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  • IDJ4FUN
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    Another plug for this one – I have quite a few User Lists (Playlists) that I imported which loaded alphabetically because of the way I brought them in. Now that I’m adding new ones, they end up at the bottom of the list and I have to scroll down to access when I’m doing a wedding, for example, where I’ve created a list for specifically. In addition, there are some playlists I want at the top just because of priority. It would be great to have this flexibility by either being able to manually drag lists in order or rename so that they resort alpha-numerically.

    And while we’re on the subject of playlists, when I access a playlist and it displays in the main list (search results), if I right-click and select Clear List, it also removes the songs from the User List. I didn’t want to delete the songs in the User List, I just wanted to clear the display. Is it supposed to work that way? Kinda bummed because I added a bunch of songs at a gig the other night to one of my existing playlists and lost my work 🙁

    IDJ4FUN
    IDJ4FUN
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    Ability for DEX 3 RE to clear (or turn off) Auto Mix when the program is closed.

    Current Behavior: When I manually stop Auto Mix by stopping the deck that is currently playing and then close the application, Auto Mix stays “on” and when I relaunch the application, it immediately begins playing whatever was in the Auto Mix from the previous session.

    Thanks!! (And fingers crossed!!)

    in reply to: Denon DN-HC4500 – Sound from B Deck Issue #16149
    IDJ4FUN
    IDJ4FUN
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    BAM! Nothing like a Friday morning dance party in the loft with a cup of coffee! It worked!!!! With the 64-bit version, the Denon ASIO driver selection wasn’t even displaying in the Audio Routing drop-down – with the 32-bit, it did. WHEW!! So happy to have done the upgrade – you guys did a great job on the UI/UX design of the software and I know it’s gotta be tough to test and configure the vast array of controllers, OS, hardware etc. Thanks for your assistance – I’m only sorry that I didn’t reach out sooner as it would have save me a lot of time.

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