Media PlayerShortcutsWindows

36 Audacious Keyboard Shortcuts

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File Menu Shortcuts

Action Audacious Shortcut keys
Open files Ctrl + O
Open URL Ctrl + L
Add files Ctrl + Shift + O
Add URL Ctrl + Shift + L
Search Library Ctrl + Y
Quit Ctrl + Q

Playback Shortcuts

Action Audacious Shortcut keys
Play Ctrl + Enter
Pause Ctrl + ,
Stop Ctrl + .
Previous Alt + Up Arrow key
Next Alt + Down Arrow key
Repeat Ctrl + R
Shuffle Ctrl + S
No playlist advance Ctrl + N
Stop after this song Ctrl + M
Song info Ctrl + I
Jump to time Ctrl + K
Jump to song Ctrl + J
Set repeat point A Ctrl + 1
Set repeat point B Ctrl + 2
Clear repeat points Ctrl + 3

Playlist Shortcuts

Action Audacious Shortcut keys
Play / Resume Shift + Enter
Refresh F5
New Ctrl + T
Rename F2
Remove Ctrl + W
Playlist manager Ctrl + P
Queue manager Ctrl + U

View Shortcuts

Action Audacious Shortcuts
Show menu bar Ctrl + Shift + M
Show info bar Ctrl + Shift + I
Show status bar Ctrl + Shift + S
Show remaining time Ctrl + Shift + R

Output Shortcuts

Action Audacious Shortcut keys
Volume up Ctrl + +
Volume down Ctrl + –
Equalizer Ctrl + E
Record Stream Ctrl + D

FAQs

How do I play/pause audio in Audacious using shortcuts?

To play or pause audio in Audacious using shortcut keys, you can use the following: Play/Pause: Spacebar

How do I skip to the next or previous track in Audacious using shortcuts?

To skip to the next or previous track in Audacious, you can use the following shortcut keys: Next track: N, Previous track: P

How do I shuffle or repeat the playlist in Audacious using shortcuts?

To shuffle or repeat the playlist in Audacious, you can use the following shortcut keys: Shuffle: S, Repeat: R

Can I seek forward or backward within a track using shortcuts in Audacious?

Yes, you can seek forward or backward within a track using the following shortcut keys in Audacious: Seek forward: Right arrow, Seek backward: Left arrow

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