How to configure and enable Party
Party Play mode is designed to restrict access to some of the functionality
of Ultimate Jukebox . Party Play can disable queue modifications
(move, delete), track control (stop, pause, next), set a limit to
the number of entries in the queue and more.
Party Play mode is most useful with a mouse or Touch Screen interface
and the PC keyboard hidden or removed from the PC (to prevent task
switching and other keyboard shortcuts).
Party Play mode can be configured with a password, which must then
be provided to enable, disable and/or configure Party Play mode
in the future.
To configure Party Play, first choose Party Play::Configure from
the main menu. If you haven't already set a password, then go to
the password tab (as shown below), enter and confirm a password,
then click "Set Password".
When you have set the password, click the "Options" tab
to show the Party Play configuration settings.
When you want to enable Party Play mode, choose Party Play::Enable
from the main menu. You will be prompted to enter your Party Play
password as shown below, enter your password and click OK.
This will cause some of the screen elements of Ultimate Jukebox
to be hidden, and also disable some options depending on the configuration
of Party Play.
To disable Party Play, click the
menu button. You will again be prompted to enter your Party Play
password. Enter your password and click "OK." Ultimate Jukebox
will now function as normal.