Set, Switch And Remove Multiple-Next Songs

Set up to 999multiple-next‘ songs. Switch one with another. Insert them into the existing sequence. View all of them in a window with the same switch feature. Clear all of them with one click.

Multiple-Next Review Window

Multiple-next songs review window.

Clear allmultiple-next‘ songs. This control does not clear the nextImage shows how the 'next song' is identified in the display grid. song. Likewise, you cannot change it in this window.

  • Image shows the number of the actual next song.  Song Name #1 in ‘Easy Listening’ 

Open a window (seen on the right) to view all ‘multiple-next‘ songs in the display grid, the lists they are in and their combined play time.

  • Next Time Remaining:‘ control shows the total play time remaining for all ‘multiple-next‘ songs, including the nextImage shows how the 'next song' is identified in the display grid. song.
  • The first column shows the number of each song. Right-click on the digits to switch a number with that of another song. This pop-up shows what appears if you right-clicked on number 8 in this column.
    NOTE: This switch feature is also available in the display grid using the numbers in the save (Image of the 'Save' column header.) column.
    They override randomControl used to randomly select a new next song.Control used to set how songs in lists are processed in 'Random' mode. mode until they have all been processed.
  • The background color of songs in this window identify which list they are in:
    • WorklistImage shows how the 'work-list' is identified in the display grid.  (Song Name #1,6,7 in ‘Alternative’) 
    • PlaylistImage shows how the 'play-list' is identified in the display grid.  (Song Name #4,6 in ‘Hard Rock’) 
    • NextlistImage shows how the 'next-list' is identified in the display grid.  (Song Name #1,2,3,6 in ‘Soft Rock’) 
Set & Switch Multiple-Nexts

Image shows what happens when you select a single song in the display grid.

This image shows what happens in the display grid when you select a single song. Only the digits (Image appears in this column to show when a song is a multiple next. Set up to 999 multiple next songs.) in the save (Image of the 'Save' column header.) column are relevant to this function.

  • When the song you select is already a ‘multiple-next‘:
    • Left-click on the digits to remove the selected song from the list of ‘multiple-next‘ songs. All remaining numbers are corrected accordingly.
  • When the song you select is not a ‘multiple-next‘:
    • Left-click on the digit(s) to set the selected song as that ‘multiple next‘ number. Set up to nine hundred and ninety nine. (Image appears in this column to show when a song is a multiple next. Set up to 999 multiple next songs.)
    • Right-click on the digits to insert the selected song into the existing ‘multiple next‘ numbers. The resulting pop-upImage shows control used to switch a multiple next song with another. lets you choose which number the selected song will become. All existing numbers are corrected accordingly.
NOTE: Right-click on the digits of any ‘multiple-next‘ song in the display grid to switch its number with that of any other. You don’t have to first select it to use this feature. The resulting pop-upImage shows control used to switch a multiple next song with another. lets you choose which number to switch with.