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    Playlist and save bugs

    The have found the following misoperations in the playlist procedures.

    1. While in the audio browser and when selecting complete directories "Select+" or "Select", the playlist in the browser is not updated while the playlist in the player is updated. Also the browser is closed and the player is shown. The browser in my humble opinion should only close if the "exit" button is pressed in order to permit the user to build a playlist.

    2. When saving a playlist, the saved playlist name is not shown in the directories list (not updated) .The actual file exists but is not shown. You have to exit (go back) to a previous directory and then return again to see that the file is saved.

    3. When using the "minus one" button in the browser playlist, the file is removed and the music starts to play. If you use the button again then the selected file is removed and the music chages to another song and plays.
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    told ya there were bugs.. the only one I had not yet seen was #2.. but I'll be looking at those..
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    there was another bug i found the other day with playlist. just not clear in my head. If you go to either Radio Mode and Tv, it will wipe out the mp3 playlist.
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    I hope to have fixed those issues... also the "loss of playlist" was caused by the Card Reset feature.. it's been fixed too..
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    1. The minus1 bug has been killed.

    2. The "Select+" bug is still alive. While pressing "select+" the playlist in the browser is updated, the browser screen is closed and the player screen is opened with the new playlist. The browser should not close in my opinion.

    3. One other thing that I also noticed is that
    a. while in the browser screen and if a directory is selected and the add1 button is pressed then all the contents of the directory are loaded into the browser playlist (something like "select+" should do).
    b. If you are in a directory containing mp3 files and the add1 button is pressed it adds only the selected file to the list .

    Is this normal operation of the "add1" command? If it is then I think that there is no need for the "select+" command because this operation can be done with the "add1" command. This way we can save one button in the skin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tolisn
    1. The minus1 bug has been killed.

    2. The "Select+" bug is still alive. While pressing "select+" the playlist in the browser is updated, the browser screen is closed and the player screen is opened with the new playlist. The browser should not close in my opinion.

    3. One other thing that I also noticed is that
    a. while in the browser screen and if a directory is selected and the add1 button is pressed then all the contents of the directory are loaded into the browser playlist (something like "select+" should do).
    b. If you are in a directory containing mp3 files and the add1 button is pressed it adds only the selected file to the list .

    Is this normal operation of the "add1" command? If it is then I think that there is no need for the "select+" command because this operation can be done with the "add1" command. This way we can save one button in the skin.
    Use "!Select" and "!Select+" to stay in the browser.. the ADD1 functionality described is the intended one both for folders and files. Select+ exists to support old media car skins.. you don't have to use it if you already implement
    ADD1. I'll look into select/+ issues without the "!".
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    Oops Guino sorry

    I did not see the "!" in front of the "select+" command.

    Sorry for the bother

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