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Old 23rd March 2020, 12:54 AM   #14991
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Hi,

Catch some screen shots of upcoming moOde 6.5.0
Upcoming moOde 6.5.0

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Old 24th April 2020, 09:07 PM   #14992
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Hi, moOde 6.5.0 is available for download :-) Visit the Forum for more information moOde 6.5.0 is available

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Old 24th April 2020, 09:38 PM   #14993
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Thanks Tim. This one looks like a big upgrade
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Old 27th April 2020, 05:28 PM   #14994
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Old 27th April 2020, 06:23 PM   #14995
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Hi, moOde 6.5.1 is available for download :-) This is an important bug fix release.

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Old 3rd May 2020, 02:16 PM   #14996
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Hi, I want to share my laptop's "D" drive , But I don't know how to do it , I enabled folder shared , but How I add to moode audio please help
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Old 3rd May 2020, 03:34 PM   #14997
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Hi, I want to share my laptop's "D" drive , But I don't know how to do it , I enabled folder shared , but How I add to moode audio please help
In the dropdown menu, accessed by clicking on the M in the top right of the screen select configure. Then Library and in that select the "create" button. Next to the path box there is a "scan" button, click this and wait until the spinning disc in the top right of screen stops, then click the drop down in the path box. You should now see all accessible sources on your network. Click on desired source, enter password etc if needed and click "save" button at top left. The library will now be filled and after some time, depending on the size of your library, when complete (disc stops spinning) contents will be visible in Library.
For future queries you would be better to go to the MoOde Forum at:
Moode Forum
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Old 3rd May 2020, 04:25 PM   #14998
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In the dropdown menu, accessed by clicking on the M in the top right of the screen select configure. Then Library and in that select the "create" button. Next to the path box there is a "scan" button, click this and wait until the spinning disc in the top right of screen stops, then click the drop down in the path box. You should now see all accessible sources on your network. Click on desired source, enter password etc if needed and click "save" button at top left. The library will now be filled and after some time, depending on the size of your library, when complete (disc stops spinning) contents will be visible in Library.
For future queries you would be better to go to the MoOde Forum at:
Moode Forum
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I already did this but not finding my shared folder

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Old 3rd May 2020, 04:50 PM   #14999
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You may find manually entering your library file path in Moode works better. It should look something like this
192.168.xx.xx\DESKTOP-1RIN32C\Music.
You'll also have to enter the share type, password and user name. Populating the Moode library can take many minutes.
Have you asked the question over on the Forum? That's the preferred place for queries and there are many more active users than here.
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You may find manually entering your library file path in Moode works better. It should look something like this
192.168.xx.xx\DESKTOP-1RIN32C\Music.
You'll also have to enter the share type, password and user name. Populating the Moode library can take many minutes.
Have you asked the question over on the Forum? That's the preferred place for queries and there are many more active users than here.
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