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

I should have been more specific.. It loads all the playlist files... but it does not load the music files that are
part of the playlists....

The playlists are empty. Also, when I try to upload the playlist file from disk, it creates a duplicate entry, rather than refreshing the existing playlist ... (though I can delete the old "empty playlist" entry, it might be nicer to refresh the existing playlist.

Also, another nice feature to add would be:

When a playlist is updated with a new music file, I have to go through "music--playlist--save to file" and save the playlist file. It might be nicer to have a "right-click" option to save the playlist onto disk... instrad fo having to go through a few menu hoops... 

Just a thought....



From: Edgar Luna <edgar lunadiaz net>
To: Ganesh Vaidhyanathan <ganesh_gsd yahoo com>
Cc: rhythmbox-devel gnome org
Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2009 7:31:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Bugs/Issues with Rhythmbox 0.11.x on Debian Lenny

2009/3/24 Ganesh Vaidhyanathan <ganesh_gsd yahoo com>
> 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.

Maybe you are moving your files around in your disk? When Rhythmbox
starts it checks for the files that are supposed to be in some
location, if you move them or rename them then rhythmbox lost them,
then I guess it remove them from the playlist, because to rhythmbox
they don't exist anymore.

Edgar Luna

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