Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Bugs/Issues with Rhythmbox 0.11.x on Debian Lenny

I see...

My 0.02 cents...

1. A feature to be able to do what I suggested would be great as users (me included) always update playlist files with new music all the time.

2. Also, frequently rhythmbox does not load all the playlist files, a command line option to refresh/reload playlists would be a nice additions. Not sure if there is a way I can do it now, I checked all the command line options and I did not find one.



From: Bastien Nocera <hadess hadess net>
To: Ganesh Vaidhyanathan <ganesh_gsd yahoo com>
Cc: rhythmbox-devel gnome org
Sent: Monday, March 23, 2009 9:41:03 PM
Subject: Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Bugs/Issues with Rhythmbox 0.11.x on Debian Lenny

On Mon, 2009-03-23 at 14:03 -0700, Ganesh Vaidhyanathan wrote:
> Hello:
> I posted a questions couple of days ago having been unable to install
> rhythmbox 0.12.x... Over the weekend, I upgraded my server to Lenny
> Debian and this came with 0.11.x by default.
> I was hoping some of the issues I faced in the earlier release 0.9.x
> of rhythmbox would have been addressed. I still seem to have some
> problems. I thought I will ask the group if these are fixed in the
> 0.12.x release or am I missing something.
> 1. Whenever I add songs to my playlist, the playlist does not
> automatically gets saved. I have do manually
> do Music --Playlist -- save to file... is there a way to get the list
> updated automatically once I add new songs?
> 2. Also, for some reason, periodically my playlists turn out empty. I
> have to manually do Music--playlist--load from file to refresh the
> playlist... Is there a better way?
> 3. Finally, when I do the step above, it actually creates a duplicate
> playlist entry in Rhythmbox. Anyway I can avoid this?
> I am sure people would have come across this as these are pretty
> common items. Appreciate your response/suggestions.

You seem to be under the impression that creating playlists in the
Rhythmbox UI will create playlist files on disk. This is wrong.


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