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Title: How could one quickly jump to a playlist or track?
Post by: Biff on March 04, 2020, 02:58:23
How could one quickly jump (by using a shortcut and without using the playlist list) to a playlist or track (to show the playlist / track) in a playlist (without playing a track but keep playing the current playing track) or the first playlist (left)?
Title: Re: How could one quickly jump to a playlist or track?
Post by: Artem on March 04, 2020, 09:22:24
Just refer to Options \ Player \ Hot keys, and find the "Show current" command.
Title: Re: How could one quickly jump to a playlist or track?
Post by: Biff on March 04, 2020, 12:00:01
Ah sorry for my bad expression.

I meant, a track is playing but I want to show / go / jump to another track in some (other) open playlist. Like clicking a bookmark but without start playing that track (to be shown).
Title: Re: How could one quickly jump to a playlist or track?
Post by: Artem on March 04, 2020, 13:00:26
Oh, I afraid it impossible for now. What is your scenario? Can you explain it in more details?
Title: Re: How could one quickly jump to a playlist or track?
Post by: Biff on March 04, 2020, 13:41:02
So it would be like a bookmark but instead of playing the track (and adding it to the playlist shown at the moment) after clicking it, Aimp would jump to / show the track / playlist and you could add it to the queue (to be played after the current one) or edit the playlist, add more tracks to the queue (while the current track goes on playing).

So generally may be to be able to jump to different tracks / playlists without interrupting the actual played track (without using the playlist list which for me is a little enconvenient to be used for such).
Title: Re: How could one quickly jump to a playlist or track?
Post by: Artem on March 04, 2020, 15:54:39
Ok, thank you. I understand you case.
Title: Re: How could one quickly jump to a playlist or track?
Post by: Biff on March 04, 2020, 16:00:40
You're welcome.