@Nadinus, Thanks.The feature you discribed is not the queue. Queue in foobar is a separate from "what's going to play next". Foobar by default provides context menu entries for adding or removing songs to/from the queue.
As I understood foo_queuecontents creates its own separate playlist (Queue)
where I can send any of the tracks from other playlists - that to me is very suitable.In the "Queue" get the songs we want to sing next.
Do I understand correctly that this special playlist "Queue" - lets just see all the songs, but run out of it to play a song by pressing the "ENTER" is impossible. ?
How do I make in this list "Queue", one would run the tracks as well as from any other playlist?
Quote from: Ifellgood on 23 August, 2012, 05:46:52 PMAs I understood foo_queuecontents creates its own separate playlist (Queue)No, the playback ..... should be more hidden.
QuoteHow do I make in this list "Queue", one would run the tracks as well as from any other playlist?Don’t use the playback queue. Use a separate playlist for your, well, list of songs to play.
foo_utils component may be of helpIt will give you a nicer set of "send to/add to/insert into " options. They will be available in the right click context menu - buried within legacy commands at bottom of context menu. HOWEVER, you will be able to use keyboard shortcuts and bind your GO playlist to one step keystroke. Select a track, hit your shortcut and it will be in your Go playlistDownload the Old but still Helpful component here
Yes, the playback queue is limited to 64 items. The playback queue isn't meant to be used as a playlist.