You may invoke some additional commands via hotkeys
that were not mentioned in basic hotkeys section.
Usually they may come in handy if you hid the app's tray icon, so that you are unable to bring up the popup menu.
To enter such a command you'll have to "load" a certain playlist.
These playlists ID's begin with
00. After entering
00 you should enter a command ID:
- 11 - quit the application;
- 81 - switch to "Track Once" mode;
- 82 - switch to "PLaylist Once" mode;
- 83 - switch to "Loop Track" mode;
- 84 - switch to "Loop PLaylist" mode;
- 85 - switch to "Random order" mode;
- 5 - stop and close the current file;
- 555 - remove the current file to Trash and proceed to the next file;
- 2 - disable all hotkeys (you will still be able to invoke app commands);
- 22 - enable all hotkeys;
- 7 - show the current file (not available on Linux);
- 77 - show the directory with the playlists
For example, if you want to quit the application,
you should load a playlist with ID
You must set
system-playlists=true in settings.ini
or via command line to enable these system playlists (they're enabled by default, though).
If system playlists are enabled, then
Command+NumPad 0 on OSX) shortcut will always be registered even if you disable all hotkeys.
Also, after entering
00 while holding
will enable all other
CTRL+NumPad X hotkeys for a short amount of time,
so that you will be able to load a system playlist.
If you disabled hotkeys, then after loading a system playlist the hotkeys will be unregistered again
(of course, unless you load
0022 playlist which enables all hotkeys again).
This section uses
CTRL as a default modifier for loading playlists,
but you should not forget, that you are able to change this behavior.