[vlc-devel] New feature for a new year

fayyaz lodhi fayyazkl at gmail.com
Tue Jan 1 20:47:14 CET 2013

Unless i have gotten you wrong, this already exists in the playlist menu
i.e. the playing audio or video resumes into a smaller screen at the bottom
left, you see playlist on right and in left pane i.e. above the smaller
audio / video, there is file system browse section where you can browse and
add any new file while the main one keeps running until you play the new

On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 12:43 AM, Víctor López Rivero <
victor.lopez.rivero at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi everybody,
> I am an user of VLC media player for a long time and I decided to post
> here one of the things that i have always missed.
> I dont know if it will be hard or not but I propose it so you can
> decide it by your own. Even if you think this new functionallity is useless
> or not please tell me the reasons. When someone propose a new feature or
> something similar, an analysis is required.
> Here is what i propose:
> When you are watching a video or just listening to music in VLC and you
> want to change the video or the song, you press ctrl-O or you go
> through Media->Open file. I dont think that this is bad, but maybe is not
> as user-friendly as i think it should be.
> I think that a new section can be added (and of course can be
> hidden because maybe some people find it useless) at one of the sides of
> the media player where you can navigate through your computer and open
> diretly the files double-clicking. You can still watch the video or listen
> to music while you are serarching your next track.
> In resume, a vertical bar or section where you can navigate and open files
> of your computer at the same time that the VLC is working.
> Well, if someone has any questions or didnt understand it at all just ask.
> I am looking forward to hearing from you || Happy new year!
> *Vic.*
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