On Sun, 2005-07-17 at 13:21 -0400, Colin Walters wrote: > On Sun, 2005-07-17 at 02:06 +1000, James Livingston wrote: > > One idea that I had earlier today was that is RB was not active > > (minimised to the tray) we don't really need to keep all the queries > > active, we can destroy most of them. The only one we need is the one we > > are playing from, and we could even get rid of that if playback is > > stopped. > > Makes sense with the caveat that to the user it could be kind of > annoying if they switch back to their music and see their song list > visibly refilling. One additional point that I just thought of: When they switch back out of minimised mode, we can set the selected source to be the one that is playing (which makes sense anyway) - that query is still going to be in memory. As long as we regenerate the queries before the user changes to viewing a different source, it shouldn't be noticeable. James "Doc" Livingston -- Contrary to popular belief, Unix is user friendly. It just happens to be very selective about who its friends are. -- Kyle Hearn in asr.
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