Re: GNOME Music needs you!


Music should include files from ~/Music and ~/Downloads only.
If some other files are played - please file a new bug (please 
attach the output of 'gnome-music -d' to help debugging it).

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sam Bull" <sam hacking sent com>
To: "Vadim Rutkovsky" <vrutkovs redhat com>
Cc: "Michael Catanzaro" <mcatanzaro gnome org>, desktop-devel-list gnome org
Sent: Saturday, 26 December, 2015 4:11:32 PM
Subject: Re: GNOME Music needs you!

On Saturday, 26 December 2015 14:43:22 GMT, Vadim Rutkovsky wrote:
* There's no way to shuffle through my w library. This is almost
always how   I use Rhythmbox, so I won't switch to GNOME Music 
until that's possible.
  I wrote a quick patch to add an All Music playlist, but I can't test it
  because of

IIRC the intended way is to switch to Songs view, start playing 
any song and change 
play mode to Shuffle.

This is how I've been using Music the whole time (no need for any patches), 
seems to work fine for me. The only thing that drives me crazy, is that 
this is supposed to be a music player, yet rather than indexing my music 
collection in ~/Music, it has chosen to index every single audio file it 
can find anywhere in my home directory. Which means when I shuffle all 
songs, it keeps playing random audio files that are not part of my 
collection, and are not songs at all.


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