2019-08-28 02:25 #6674
First of all, thank you for releasing a great music player.
I have questions about the behavior that is abnormally operation while running TuneBrowser.
When, during random play of music files, if the track being played is erased from the disk and forced(or sequentially) changed the next track. The play does not move to the next track but moves to the already played first track. I do not think this is normal.
When the select random play, The TuneBrowser seems to create a playlist first and then play in that order.
For example, if a playlist was created in the order of A-B-C-D-E, and C is deleted during playing then need to play the next track D. However it plays A again. So the playing order is A-B-C(delete)-A-B-D-E.
I think this problem should be corrected. What do you think?
Thanks2019-08-28 21:59 #6676
Thank you for using the TuneBrowser, and also notifying a playback order problem.
I understood your report, so I’d like to confirm again how TuneBrowser is working in a few days.
Please give me a while.
Thanks again2019-08-31 09:31 #6690
I tried to reproduce playback order problem, but currently, I could not find it.
Please tell me, which version of the TuneBrowser are you using ?2019-09-01 09:17 #67052019-09-01 17:57 #6713
Thank you for details. I’ll try again to reproduce.2019-09-01 22:28 #6715
I confirmed that you are telling. The point was “delete playing track” (as you said).
When a playing track is deleted, TuneBrowser lose playback position and place playback position into -1 (it means “before top of the playlist”). And playback continues while possible. When playback has finished, playback position will be incremented from -1 to 0. This “0” is the top of the playlist.
This behavior is according to the basic operating policy of the TuneBrowser. And also I think this is not proper behavior for the case you are explaining, but I cannot figure out now what shoud I do while keeping the basic policy.
I’m sorry but I did not reach a conclusion.2019-09-01 22:52 #6716
The reason I want that is to delete some of the same directory music. I often do that because I want to remove songs that I don’t want to hear anymore after putting several songs in one directory.
Please fix it, if you find a solution later.
Nevertheless, TuneBrowser is a very good music player (best I ever tried).
Injoong2019-09-01 23:05 #6717
I have one proposal (I am not sure it is possible but …)
You said that in case of lost playback position then TuneBrowser will return error and goto -1
How about that change to “Create a new playlist and play”instead of “Before top of playlist”
Actually, the user does not know what was the previous playlist, even if changed playlist (because of it is Random play)
Injoong2019-09-01 23:19 #6718
Thank you for your mind, understand and proposal (^^).
I’ll continue to consider a solution…
Sorry but it may take a time.2019-09-03 22:15 #6724
I found a temporary way to avoid this problem.
“Open by Explorer” and delete in the folder instead of using “Delete files from disk…”
In that case, the playback queue was not updated, but there was no problem of returning to the first music after deleting the file.
This can be a clue to solving the problem.2019-09-04 21:47 #6727
Thank you for reporting the alternative way. (^^)
When files are not stored in management directories of the TuneBrowser, it works well.
Now I’m trying to reconsider basic behavir about deleting playing file.
Please don’t worry about it. This reconsidering is not for your case only, is for generic use and including your case. I thank you for giving me a chance of this reconsidering.