Is there a way to insert a song behind current song from command-line? 2019-01-27 20:39:24 Hello.I am looking for a way to insert a song with command-line-parameters to the active playlist behind the the currently playing song - so that it will be played next. The existing /add-parameter adds the song to the end of the playlist, which is not what i want. The only theoretical way, that I found so far is by using foo_utils, which adds a context-command called "insert into playlist" (either to the current playlist or a specified one), but I didnt manage to get it working from command-line. And even if does work somehow, then i am not sure if it would work in a way where i can specify the song to be inserted via command-line. I have the suspicion that it would insert a song that is highlighted/selected in foobar and not the one i specified in the command-line. Also it's listed as "legacy command", so it's unsure for how much longer it would work.A workaround (which wouldn't suit me as much as the above) would be to do the same with queues. Something like: add a song to the end of playlist and queue it after the current playing song in the queue. But I cant see a way to do that either.As kind of a suggestion and as an example: Would be awesome to have command-line-parameters like "/add-next". To do "foobar2000.exe /add-next d:\MusikCollection\song.mp3".Any clue to solve this problem of mine would be appreciated.