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Macbook Pro 16-inch 2019
macOS Catalina 10.15.7
When you are inside of a playlist, and want to start by listening by a specific song, you use command+F to "Search in playlist" .
Current behaviour is if you use this, you will be stuck to that song, as if suddenly you enabled "repeat one" which is not the case.
I believe the correct behaviour for this would be to start with that song, but then continue to play the playlist as expected, eg. following to the next song which should be selected depending on the status of shuffle.
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Right, i see what you're saying. I've always used the search as a filter to the playlist; it actually used to be called "filter" before it was "search", which is why I think the shortcut is command-f.
To do what you're describing specifically, I used to filter down to the single song, select it, then remove the filter. The playlist would automatically scroll to the selected song and i'd double click it. Annoyingly, as of a few weeks ago, this no longer works and the selection is lost completely. I've complained about that here: