Lists – Menu Options And Related Controls

Load as many or as few as you like. Delete or rename them in the library. Organize them any way you like in the player. The size of a list is measured in time and not the number of songs in it. It must remain below 100 days worth of music.

Lists are a collection of songs and messages that can be added from any directory on your system. They must have at least one song in them. The upper limit is measured in total play-time and not how many songs are in them. The play-time must remain below 100 days.

Easily create lists based on your musical preferences or needs, on a style of music, on specific play-time requirements or for specific events at a social gathering. Organize them any way you want using the display grid {right-click} menu. How easy and flexible it is to create and organize them is part of what makes this music player & DJ software unlike many others.

  •  Opens the menu seen below.
  •  The total number of loaded lists in the music player.
  •  Play progress of the playlistImage shows how the 'play-list' is identified in the display grid.. ( Played / Remaining ).
  •  The total play-time of the playlistImage shows how the 'play-list' is identified in the display grid.. Toggles the display between this total and that of all loaded lists.
  •  The time play will end using the total of the previous control. Hover over this control for a tool-tip showing the full date and time play will end. Toggles the display between a standard AM/PM format and a 24 hour format.
  •  Toggles the display of all loaded lists in the display grid between these two states. How this control is set is used when loading lists.
  • Shows the name of the worklistImage shows how the 'work-list' is identified in the display grid.. When the list is not visible in the display grid and you move over this control, a red border appears around it to show you the locate feature is active. Click on it to bring the list into view. (Move over this image for a demonstration.). An asterisk ( * ) appears before the name to show you it has been changed but not saved.

  • The following options open sub-windows.
    Load Create Save Append Delete Rename
  • Clear the worklistImage shows how the 'work-list' is identified in the display grid. by removing all of the songs in it.
  • Sort the loaded lists in ascending or descending order.
  • Which of the default options are visible depends on if the default is loaded and if the worklistImage shows how the 'work-list' is identified in the display grid. is the default.
    • The first is visible when the worklistImage shows how the 'work-list' is identified in the display grid. is not the default.
    • The second is visible when the worklistImage shows how the 'work-list' is identified in the display grid. is the default list.
    • The third and fourth are visible when the default list is not loaded. Use the third to load the default list anytime. Use the fourth to remove a list as the default without having to load it.
  • Check (√) the last option to always hide any disabled options on this menu.