Managing Playlist in WMP 11  
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bburden





PostPosted: Sat Sep 16 13:16:11 CDT 2006 Top

MediaPlayer >> Managing Playlist in WMP 11

Erm i was how can i drag multiple songs in a playlist to a different location
in the same playlist itself. In the WMP 11 i can drag multiple songs together
but in WMP 11 i can only drag it one by one. It is very tedious. Can someone
help me??

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Neil





PostPosted: Sat Sep 16 13:16:11 CDT 2006 Top

MediaPlayer >> Managing Playlist in WMP 11 On Sat, 16 Sep 2006 06:49:01 -0700, Kabalm1


>Erm i was how can i drag multiple songs in a playlist to a different location
>in the same playlist itself. In the WMP 11 i can drag multiple songs together
>but in WMP 11 i can only drag it one by one. It is very tedious. Can someone
>help me??

Same as any windows application (windows 101 ;-)

Hold down the Shift key while selecting a sequential list of items -
or use the Ctrl key to pick them one at a time, then drag the entire
selection to the new position.


Cheers - Neil
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Digital Media MVP : 2004-2006
http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/mvpfaqs
 
 
Kabalm1





PostPosted: Thu Sep 21 06:53:01 CDT 2006 Top

MediaPlayer >> Managing Playlist in WMP 11

> On Sat, 16 Sep 2006 06:49:01 -0700, Kabalm1

>
> >Erm i was how can i drag multiple songs in a playlist to a different location
> >in the same playlist itself. In the WMP 11 i can drag multiple songs together
> >but in WMP 11 i can only drag it one by one. It is very tedious. Can someone
> >help me??
>
> Same as any windows application (windows 101 ;-)
>
> Hold down the Shift key while selecting a sequential list of items -
> or use the Ctrl key to pick them one at a time, then drag the entire
> selection to the new position.
>
>
> Cheers - Neil
> ------------------------------------------------
> Digital Media MVP : 2004-2006
> http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/mvpfaqs
>

I know how it works for the other windows application..... The only problem
is only in my version of WMP 11.0.5358.4827 where i can select using the
shift or ctrl key but i cant seem to drag the songs around when more than one
song is selected. I can drag it fine when i select only 1 song. I see this
happening to some other WMP 11 users too when i was searching for a solution
to this problem on other websites. This is the only annoying interface of WMP
IMHO. Or it could be an individual case where my player is the only few with
this problem. Please advise. Thank You.
 
 
Neil





PostPosted: Thu Sep 21 13:01:06 CDT 2006 Top

MediaPlayer >> Managing Playlist in WMP 11 On Thu, 21 Sep 2006 04:53:01 -0700, Kabalm1



>
>> On Sat, 16 Sep 2006 06:49:01 -0700, Kabalm1

>>
>> >Erm i was how can i drag multiple songs in a playlist to a different location
>> >in the same playlist itself. In the WMP 11 i can drag multiple songs together
>> >but in WMP 11 i can only drag it one by one. It is very tedious. Can someone
>> >help me??
>>
>> Same as any windows application (windows 101 ;-)
>>
>> Hold down the Shift key while selecting a sequential list of items -
>> or use the Ctrl key to pick them one at a time, then drag the entire
>> selection to the new position.
>>
>>
>> Cheers - Neil
>> ------------------------------------------------
>> Digital Media MVP : 2004-2006
>> http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/mvpfaqs
>>
>
>I know how it works for the other windows application..... The only problem
>is only in my version of WMP 11.0.5358.4827 where i can select using the
>shift or ctrl key but i cant seem to drag the songs around when more than one
>song is selected. I can drag it fine when i select only 1 song. I see this
>happening to some other WMP 11 users too when i was searching for a solution
>to this problem on other websites. This is the only annoying interface of WMP
>IMHO. Or it could be an individual case where my player is the only few with
>this problem. Please advise. Thank You.


Because .4827 is the Beta1 version, where this is a known issue.

The public Beta2 has been out for nearly 3 weeks, and will resolve
your problem here (though it introduces other ones instead !)

Cheers - Neil
------------------------------------------------
Digital Media MVP : 2004-2006
http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/mvpfaqs