[Music] - Now Playing: Adding context menu to "top Album Tracks" and "Best Tracks From Tag"

Discussion in 'Improvement Suggestions' started by krokusmtl, January 19, 2014.

  1. krokusmtl

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    Would it be possible to add a context menu to the Top Album Tracks and Best Tracks for Tag in the Now Playing Screen.

    Something similar to Global Search Menu
    1 Play Now
    2 Play Next
    3 Queue Item
    4 Queue All Item
    5 Add This Album To Playlist
    6 Add To Favorites

    Even just the Play Now and Play next would be great.

    Right now, clicking one of the tracks queues the song, but with auto DJ on you might not hear it for hours.

    If a context menu is not possible/too hard, How about having the song play next when clicked. Like it used to be around version 1.1.

    Let's be honest, If audioscrobble recommends a song you like you want to hear it now, not in an hour.



    Thank you very much for all the hard work, Mediaportal is amazing.

    BTW, "Top Album Tracks" is not working for me since V1.6, "Best Track For Tag" is fine.
     
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