I'm a DJ. I want a DJ interface for Spotify, where I can play two tracks at once over the top of each other.
It doesn't have to be anything complex -- just two tracks and a crossfader would do the job. But if you fancy adding things like waveforms, pitch-shifting, and other functionality, that would be lovely too.
I have no desire to download MP3s through Spotify, and I never will. Can I have the option to hide the "Get" buttons, please? I accidentally click them sometimes, and they clutter up what was once a really lovely, bare-bones desktop client.
bysimv20-11-201202:53 AM - edited 20-11-201203:14 AM
In the desktop app I find sometimes I am listening to a radio station or subscribed to a playlist and I fall in love with a song. Problem is, the only way to star a song while I am somewhere else in the app is to click on the song's cover art, then mouse over the song playing in the list to see if I have starred it yet, then click star.
How about just a little star next to say, the volume, or random buttons in the control bar to show if I have starred the track, and allowing me to star it right away?
Some laptops such as the Lenovo ThinkPad series and many Dell Business laptops have a little joystick mouse integrated on their keyboard. I am not sure what it's general name is but I have heard some people call it a nipple mouse.
Below the spacebar on such laptops, there are with three buttons; two for left/right click and a center button, which, if depressed while scrollable documents are focused onscreen, will scroll the doc up or down depending on how you pull on the joystick on the keyboard.
Vertical scrolling in such a manner works fine in Spotify but for some reason horizontal scrolling does not. I have been able to replicate this on every laptop with this kind of pointing device.
It's not a big issue but it's incredibly annoying.
I am not sure how hard it would be to implement; it could take just a few lines or it could be be a driver issue.
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