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@@ -48,10 +48,11 @@ song.
rather than erasing the current
playlist, see the section below on how to add music to a playlist.}
-\subsubsection{By using the Play Next function}
-The \setting{Play Next} function as described in \ref{ref:playlist_submenu} will
-\emph{replace} the dynamic playlist with the selected tracks. If a track is
-currently playing, it is only removed once it’s finished playing.
+\subsubsection{By using the Clear List \& Play Next function}
+The \setting{Clear List \& Play Next} function as described in
+\ref{ref:playlist_submenu} will replace the dynamic playlist with the selected
+tracks. If a track is currently playing, it is only removed once it’s finished
+playing.
\subsubsection{\label{ref:playlist_catalogue}By using the Playlist catalogue}
The \setting{Playlist catalogue} makes it possible to modify and create
@@ -111,7 +112,7 @@ options:
\item [Queue Last Shuffled.] Queue tracks in a random order at the end of the playlist.
-\item [Play Next.] Replaces all tracks in the dynamic playlist.
+\item [Clear List \& Play Next.] Replaces all tracks in the dynamic playlist.
If a track is currently playing, it is only removed once it’s finished playing.
\end{description}