Control Over the Current Playback with Kaseto 1.1

April 21, 2018

Kaseto 1.1 introduces a new menu item in the navigation bar: “Now Playing”. There you can see all songs that have been enqueued for playback. Songs can be reordered by drag and drop to change the order of playback. It is also possible to remove songs from the current playback via the remove action in the context menu, which can be opened by clicking the right mouse button on a single song or a selection of multiple songs.

In order to improve the clarity, the currently played song is marked with a small speaker icon in every view. If you open the context menu in Kaseto 1.1, all songs are highlighted in green, to which the context menu refers. This makes it clearer which songs are affected by the actions in the context menu.

Under Windows 10, Kaseto can now handle folders whose path is longer than 240 characters and files whose path is longer than 260 characters. This requires the .NET framework 4.6.2 or later to be installed. Windows usually installs the current version of the .NET framework automatically as an update.

The integrated full text search in Kaseto 1.1 can handle names that contain digits. For example, in previous versions of Kaseto you could not search for “1973” to find the song “1973” by James Blunt. This works finally with the newest version.

Furthermore there were several bug-fixes, which mainly concern the selection of multiple songs and updating after changes.

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