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    Transitions DJ for Chromebook

    I love playing Music on my PC with Virtual DJ with Making Playlist & playing it as a Radio Station with Crossfading

    I got a Chromebook for Christmas, I download Transitions DJ with No Ads

    I can't make any playlist on it, nor I can't make it as a Radio Station

    Like adding like 50 Songs for working out or cleaning & playing it without stopping with crossfading on

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    Thread moved to ''beginners''

    Is that a question or a review.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manu View Post
    Is that a question or a review.
    He wants to know if there is an autoplay feature.
    Making a list and the program playing that list automatically like in Mixmeister and (If I recall correctly.) Serato DJ.
    But the number of US Supreme Court judges was always 6.
    Then it was 5, then 6, then 7, then 9, then 10, then 7, and then 9.

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    The punctuation was confusing.

    Is there a product description describing what it does and doesn't, and for the latter is there a user manual?

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    https://www.transitions.dj/manual/transitionsdj.html


    Playlist Modes


    The playlist mode determines how the player will advance after a song has finished playing on one of the decks. The playlist mode can be set to advance to the next song on the playlist, advance to a random song, repeat the current song, or not advance at all. Behavior is determined by the settings of the Shuffle, Repeat, and Auto-advance buttons.

    Shuffle

    When shuffle is turned on, the next song to be played will be chosen at random. When shuffle is off, playback will advance to the next song following the current song in the song list.

    Repeat

    The behavior of repeat is determined by the auto-advance setting.
    In auto-advance mode, repeat determines if playback will continue after the end of the playlist is reached. If repeat is enabled, the playback will continue from the beginning of the playlist. If disabled, playback will stop.
    If auto-advance is disabled, repeat will cause the same track to be played over and over again in a loop.

    Auto-advance

    When auto-advance is enabled, the player will automatically advance to the next song when playback of the current song ends. When auto-advance is off, the user must manually advance the song by selecting a song from the song list, or using the previous song or next song controls.

    Common Mode Settings

    Here is a list of settings for common playback modes:

    • Advance to Next Song: Shuffle OFF, Auto-advance ON
    • Advance to Random Song: Shuffle ON, Auto-advance ON
    • Repeat Current Song: Repeat ON, Auto-advance OFF
    • Do Not Advance: Repeat OFF, Auto-advance OFF



    Playlist Modes


    The playlist mode determines how the player will advance after a song has finished playing on one of the decks. The playlist mode can be set to advance to the next song on the playlist, advance to a random song, repeat the current song, or not advance at all. Behavior is determined by the settings of the Shuffle, Repeat, and Auto-advance buttons.

    Shuffle

    When shuffle is turned on, the next song to be played will be chosen at random. When shuffle is off, playback will advance to the next song following the current song in the song list.

    Repeat

    The behavior of repeat is determined by the auto-advance setting.
    In auto-advance mode, repeat determines if playback will continue after the end of the playlist is reached. If repeat is enabled, the playback will continue from the beginning of the playlist. If disabled, playback will stop.
    If auto-advance is disabled, repeat will cause the same track to be played over and over again in a loop.

    Auto-advance

    When auto-advance is enabled, the player will automatically advance to the next song when playback of the current song ends. When auto-advance is off, the user must manually advance the song by selecting a song from the song list, or using the previous song or next song controls.

    Common Mode Settings

    Here is a list of settings for common playback modes:

    • Advance to Next Song: Shuffle OFF, Auto-advance ON
    • Advance to Random Song: Shuffle ON, Auto-advance ON
    • Repeat Current Song: Repeat ON, Auto-advance OFF
    • Do Not Advance: Repeat OFF, Auto-advance OFF

    Last edited by Windows 95; 01-30-2022 at 10:31 AM.
    But the number of US Supreme Court judges was always 6.
    Then it was 5, then 6, then 7, then 9, then 10, then 7, and then 9.

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    https://www.transitions.dj/manual/pgs/library.html

    Creating Playlists
    To add a static playlist, either click the "+" button, or select the File > Add Playlist menu item. To add songs to a playlist, you can either drag audio files from Explorer onto a playlist, drag files from the playlist view onto a playlist, or select Add Files To Playlist... from the File menu.

    To create a folder playlist, drag a folder into the playlist view, or select the File > Add Folder Playlist menu item. Since the folder playlist is linked to the filesystem contents, you cannot add or delete songs to the folder playlist from Transitions DJ. To add or delete songs from a folder playlist, you must add or delete songs in Explorer.

    Renaming Playlists
    Playlists can be renamed by double clicking the playlist name in the playlist tree. Folder playlists can not be renamed. They are named using the name of the folder to which they are bound.

    Deleting Playlists
    To delete a playlist, select the playlist in the playlist view and select Delete Playlist from the File menu, or press the "Delete" key.
    But the number of US Supreme Court judges was always 6.
    Then it was 5, then 6, then 7, then 9, then 10, then 7, and then 9.

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