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Latest revision as of 23:16, 8 May 2011

Party Mode allows you to use MediaMonkey in a public environment (e.g. at a party) while protecting the content of your library. Additions, deletions, and edits are disabled, and in addition, the amount of playback and playlist control provided to users is configurable so that it can be used as an interactive jukebox, a shared DJ console, or just a display of what is playing.

Party Mode can be enabled and configured via View > Party Mode and then Options...

Related Information:

Auto-DJ


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