On Tue, 2005-04-19 at 00:22 +0300, Juha Sorensen wrote: > The point of the queue is to be a simple FIFO list. Say I'm listening to > a playlist, and decide I want to hear songs X and Y next. I add them to > the queu. After whatever song was playing finishes, X is played and > removed from the queue, same with Y, and then rhythmbox resumes playing > from the playlist/library/whatever source it was on. Which is exactly what the second (using the numbering I had before) use case - having a few songs play as soon as possible. I don't see why you would need the as-a-source variant for that. In regard to the recent discussion of having the as-a-source variant show previously played songs: as far as I can tell, we already have that; it's called a playlist. Possibly I'm missing something, but is there any feature that it (if keeping history) would provide that isn't done by a playlist at the moment? Up until the queue got implemented everyone had to use a simple playlist to get that functionality and it's always worked well for me. Cheers, James "Doc" Livingston -- Veni Vermini Vomui (Latin) - I came, I got ratted, I threw up...
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