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Make the Play/Pause/etc controls available from all tabs
The controls at the bottom of the main tab could be visible in all of the tabs, to allow us to control the currently playing music without having to return to the main tab.158 votes
Allow us to choose between different color themes.144 votes
Ability to switch which collection AutoDJ plays.
I have 200k songs. I only play using AutoDJ rules. Would be great to pick which collection plays from remote. I.e. kids collection, Christmas music collection, all music, pg music, etc..26 votes
I’m not sure if it’s possible to manipulate this setting, but I’ll see what I can do.
Extend Previous/Next track to Android Wear notification
Enabling a permanent notification also pushes a notification to Android Wear with album art, which is fantastic. But regardless of what buttons are set to be shown on the regular notification, the options available on Android Wear are Play/pause on the main card (working) and volume up/down on the second page (not working). Would it be possible to add previous/next track to the second page?20 votes
Hi there! I don’t have an Android Wear, so I have no idea how that stuff works. If you could explain it very thorough, I may have a chance, otherwise, I’ll just have to wait until I buy an Android Wear (if I ever do).
A remote that runs on iPhones.19 votes
As of now, my reasoning is that people with iPhone are less likely to use Windows and MediaMonkey (and more likely to use OS X and/or iTunes). However, if enough people want this, it might be possible in the future.
customize file info in the playlist. for some people, like me, file names are more meaningful than tags.4 votes
Do you mean the file information in “Details”, or do you mean the track information on each individual track in the Playlist and Library?
If it’s the former, I assume you mean customizing the sequence? If it’s the latter, I assume you mean customizing which information is showing (instead of the default Album and Artist).
Please let me know what you mean
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