Another one of the many surprises working with GSelector is when one taps into the power of merging songs. My radio station had been playing the edited version of a song for weeks. The CD came out and the album version of the song became very popular. I found the album version on my Musicpoint system (our centralized Musicpoint database) and downloaded the song into my Zetta playout system. When I go into my database, I now have two versions of the song. Then, I used the Merge function to merge the old song’s history into the new album version of the song. Once the history was merged, the survivor of the merge was the version I wanted and it magically appears where the song was already scheduled.
We are currently on a quest to make GSelector more user-friendly. If you have a suggestion or there is something that is particularly bothersome to you, let us know. But in the meantime, if you are concerned by the large number of buttons in the Editor, note that there is a down arrow all the way to the right which reveals the following screen. On this screen you can remove items that you never use. This is user-friendly function can produce a less cluttered working area and bring items you use a lot more front and center.