The official manuals are good and it is understandable that they don’t go in-depth on things like…
Play Mode – gives you access to 35 classic and custom play modes which determine the order in which track steps are played.
Green – triggers the Rearrange Algorithmic custom playhead shuffler presets.
What if we would wiki-crowdsource descriptions for all these presets, explaining what they do. Of course nothing beats scanning all the presets paying attention to it but, honestly, doing this takes time and sometimes you don’t even quite understand what is going on even when you are listening to it. The same preset may bring different results with different source audios, so it can’t harm to to understand what the preset does.
I have considered the possibility of just starting doing this but a) for one person this task is time-consuming and daunting, and b) I have no idea whether this is just a problem for me or other people would be interested as well.
With various people contributing descriptions of presets one at the time, the effort is bearable and fun, and we could get tangible results in a few days, and we could be basically done in a few weeks, depending.
What do you think?