I am using Audacious 3.9 as my default music player on my Fedora Gnome 27 and I'd like to remove a song of my current playlist, but the matter is: there is no choice for that neither in right-click menu on songs nor any delete icon, etc. I also searched for that but the result was enabling a plugin that remove song files! Now please let me know if it is possible. Thanks.

  • Are you able to remove the song from your playlist using audtool from the command line? man audtool for usage. – Timothy Martin Mar 30 '18 at 0:51
  • Yes, I am able to remove an added song from current playlist; e.g. First I find the position of song with audtool --playlist-position which gives me a number that shows the place (position) of that song in active playlist then I am able to just remove that song from playlist via audtool --playlist-delete [POSITION]. So how can I remove songs from playlist in audacious application graphically? (Also I'm sorry for late respond!) @TimothyMartin – Cy8099 Apr 26 '18 at 19:17
  • Are you able to highlight the song to be removed by clicking on it and then hit the Delete key to remove it? – Timothy Martin Apr 26 '18 at 20:53
  • Oh! i didn't know that! Yes, I test it and it just works (it removes the song from playlist). @TimothyMartin – Cy8099 Apr 27 '18 at 9:03

You should be able to highlight the song in your playlist by clicking on it and then remove it by clicking the Delete key on your keyboard.

  • Thanks. Now is there any option or plugin to do it on right-click menu? - I should take a look at it! – Cy8099 Apr 27 '18 at 18:29

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