Forum: Wishes and new features

Features you would like to see in VirtualDJ
Sujet Double Click = mix_selected, please make this optional
I've already posted this, but unfortunately in the wrong forum ("Technical Support")

When Automix is active Double Click on a song does "mix_selected" = mix to the double-clicked song
Sometimes it happens that I press double click by accident so it would be very helpful for me to have this function optional, be able to switch it off in options. Actually I would not miss this function, but perhaps others like it the way it is.

Furthermore it would be nice to be able to shift songst up and down in the playlist with keyboard / controller.
Unfortunately at the moment it is only possible using drag and drop with the mouse.

Posté Mon 30 Oct 17 @ 11:03 am
Nobody else here with a "nervous" pointer finger?
It happend to me again last night, just wanted to move a song in the playlist and accidently a double click (= mix to this song) happened.
I really would need to be able to switch this feature off in options. Should be easy to implement.


Geraldo_Salsa wrote :
I've already posted this, but unfortunately in the wrong forum ("Technical Support")

When Automix is active Double Click on a song does "mix_selected" = mix to the double-clicked song
Sometimes it happens that I press double click by accident so it would be very helpful for me to have this function optional, be able to switch it off in options. Actually I would not miss this function, but perhaps others like it the way it is.

Furthermore it would be nice to be able to shift songst up and down in the playlist with keyboard / controller.
Unfortunately at the moment it is only possible using drag and drop with the mouse.



Posté Thu 08 Mar 18 @ 8:34 am
Please turn off this worst feature. it's killing me. one Double click on one playlist is overwriting my automixplaylist and all my ideas for next songs will delete. That's horrible. Please change this. Please.

Posté Tue 16 Oct 18 @ 11:07 pm
Please learn how to use your mouse correctly. Please.

Posté Wed 17 Oct 18 @ 4:27 pm
Or set the double click speed slower in your mouse settings.


Posté Wed 17 Oct 18 @ 5:13 pm
Unhepful responses to what could just be a really easy feature to implement.

Yes, I'd like this too if possible. I've tried to delete tracks out before and accidentally double clicked: no biggie, because it was pre-show, but could be awkward. Can we have the setting switchable please?

Posté Wed 17 Oct 18 @ 8:47 pm
+1
This has also happened to me..

Posté Wed 24 Oct 18 @ 6:53 am
+1 on needing this as an option. I have now twice screwed up in live DJing by accidentally double-clicking a song in automix and it directly mixes the live deck to the track I double-clicked. Rather embarrassing. In my use case (which is not at all unusual), I need there to be no way to interrupt the live deck so easily. I realize this is not everyone's need, so an option is the simple answer that will solve it for everyone.

I don't want to hear anything more about broken mice, trackpads, drivers, or settings. This is all on me, the DJ, accidentally double-clicking when I didn't intend to. None of those suggestions help that.

So please, VDJ, add this as an option so I can stop looking incompetent in front of a bunch of people dancing to my music.

Posté 4 days ago @ 2:32 am
If you find that you're "accidentally" double clicking often enough for it to warrant a change to VDJ then you need to alter the timing/spacing for what your OS considers to be two clicks.

I've been using VDJ for years and can honestly say I've never "accidentally" double clicked on anything. It's not a fault with the software.


iluvmacs wrote :
looking incompetent in front of a bunch of people dancing to my music.

If you're out working as a DJ then you need a Pro license. The free version is for home use only.



Posté 4 days ago @ 5:03 pm
Another unhelpful response.

It's a simply thing to fix and there are users here who would like it - why not just implement it?

Posté yesterday @ 9:58 pm
It's not unhelpful.

If you can't use a mouse correctly, it's not Atomix's fault. They're not obliged to alter their software because you can't click properly.

The methods to avoid "accidental" double clicks have been given. The ball is in your court.

Posté yesterday @ 11:13 pm