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Title: Undo close playlist
Post by: SomeDude11 on April 02, 2019, 10:18:01
Can you add an "undo close playlist" function to Aimp? I've set a close playlist hotkey to a gesture with StrokesPlus, and many times I accidentally close a playlist. Would be great if Aimp had this functionality, just like Firefox for example.
Title: Re: Undo close playlist
Post by: Soolo on April 02, 2019, 10:32:18
managing playlists
Title: Re: Undo close playlist
Post by: Artem on April 02, 2019, 15:11:19
Click via RMB on playlist tab /  Managing playlists. Here you will find closed playlists
Title: Re: Undo close playlist
Post by: SomeDude11 on April 02, 2019, 22:46:30
Okay I had enabled the option "remove playlist when closing tab", so closed tabs/playlists weren't visible in playlist manager. I see them now after disabling that option. But does Aimp just save every playlist I make forever? Or is there a way to automatically delete old playlists after some time?
Title: Re: Undo close playlist
Post by: sveakul on April 02, 2019, 22:52:10
You can delete a playlist anytime you want, just hit the "Playlist Management" button on the bottom right corner of the playlist pane, right-click the one(s) you want to delete from the list on the left side of the "Managing Playlists" window, and choose "Remove selected from disk."
Title: Re: Undo close playlist
Post by: SomeDude11 on April 03, 2019, 00:27:52
Yes, I know you can delete them any time you want.

"Or is there a way to automatically delete old playlists after some time?"
I asked if there is an automatic way of doing this, so you don't have to keep deleting old playlists manually.

Better yet it would be good if there was an option to limit the amount of playlists that are kept on disk. This way you wouldn't have to delete them manually to unclutter, and you would easily find accidentally closed tabs/playlists in the playlist manager without having to look through 100s of old playlists.