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Make sure that in the main window, the small green light in the "Shuffle
" button is not on. If you find that it's on, simply click it to turn off Shuffle mode. Your list should now play in order since Shuffle mode plays the list in random order.
Here's some more info from one of our members, first-hand experience that might help someone else. (What this site and its FAQs are all about)
"If you drag a group of say, 10 songs labled 1.mp3 - 10.mp3 into the playlist window, you would think that they would play in order...but the actual file that you clicked and dragged on will be first, example. 1-10 are highlighted, and you click on file #3 to drag the list in, well your playlist would be arranged 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,1,2...so if you drag a list of files in the correct order into the playlist, always drag by the first file in the list that you want played.
that might be useless info, but it bugged the hell out of me for a while, so i figured i would share."
Info provided by oxyprazolam
Feedback received on this FAQ entry:
- Great advice, thank you ever so much!
- I didn't find a Shuffle button, but found "Shuffle" was checked on the pull-down menu for "Play" at the top of the player -- many thanks.
- Wow Great! I was struggling from a couple of days and this helped me. Thanks a lot :-)
- Thanks a lot. The second part that you explained bothered me for years. Just figured it now.
- Had this problem, didn't figure it so trawled the net looking for answers. Found this so just wanted to say a BIG ----> THANKS!! :)
- Wow, this additional information was EXACTLY what I was looking for. I had no idea that simply clicking the first file dragged would solve this little annoyance. Seriously, I thought I would have to make a playlist for every bit of music I wanted to play in a certain order. Thank you very much oxyprazolam.
- Thanx a million, oxyprazolam, that drag and drop issue annoyed the crap out of me as well.
by snapcase$ edited by KeysCapt
last modified: 2004-05-29 16:44:32