Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Topics - scatterkeir

Pages: 1
When I move a folder (or rather, a bunch of folders) within my monitored music folder the monitoring keeps track of the audio files fine but the cover art doesn't show for those albums until I run a 'reset artwork cache'. Is there anyway I can avoid that? Even if there's no way for it to automatically keep track of the artwork too if there's a way I could manually scan just the affected folders rather than all of my music that would be great, because what makes it a little irritating for me is that 'reset artwork cache' takes a long time to run through my library, and I wouldn't really mind doing something manually that didn't take so long.

General Discussions / Great migration experience
« on: July 12, 2020, 10:29:49 AM »
I've just moved over to a new PC, and I didn't want to have to go though a long rescan of my large library, and lots of tweaking to get it back how it was, so I made sure I'd copied everything across from the old PC to the new one so it was where it should be, the only thing that was different was the library, because the new PC had given me a different user folder name and I hadn't bothered to change that. When I fired up MusicBee it prompted me to find the new library location, and remap the drive, and I was straight in, I couldn't have hoped for it to be any more helpful. Thank you Steven!

On my two monitor setup (on Windows 10) I've had a minor issue for a while where sometimes a thin strip of the right-hand edge of MusicBee (I generally run MusicBee fullscreen on the left monitor) appears on the left-hand side of the right monitor. It wasn't simply the window being too big for the monitor, as it looked like the strip was at least partly a duplication of what was correctly appearing on the right edge of the left monitor).

I've just installed 3.3 Update 1 (I was previously on 3.3) a few minutes ago and it looks like that issue might have improved, but I now have a more annoying issue where if MusicBee is the active window any click on anything else will do nothing, I have to alt-tab to another application after which it's fine.

I use the skin Bee78, is the another skin I should use to rule out it being a skin-specific issue?

With artist names beginning with 'The' if I click 'Music Explorer' in the sidebar it shows the currently playing artist for a split-second then jumps to one of a small number of artists it seems hung up on, it seems to be the next one alphabetically out of those, for instance if it's The Cure or The Human League it will jump to The Pastels, but if it's The Walker Brothers or The Searchers, which come after The Pastels alphabetically, it will jump to Thee (the first artist in my library that comes after 'the').

If I then click the artist under 'playing now:' on the right of the Music Explorer header that works fine.

This is in 3.1.6345, it was the same in 6336 and before that I can't remember.

Bug Reports / Track information panel - truncated artwork
« on: June 05, 2016, 10:06:26 AM »
If I have the track information panel set to 'Show Artwork below Fields' the bottom of the artwork is cut off - with 'Show Artwork above Fields' it's fine.

I'm on 3.0.5995

Bug Reports / Unexpected error in 2.5.5804
« on: December 02, 2015, 06:16:53 PM »
Auto DJ had stopped adding new tracks, and when I tried stopping and starting it it wouldn't start, with this error. Functionality was restored by restarting MusicBee, although when I closed it to restart it it said it was unable to save the Now Playing playlist, because Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

MusicBee v2.5.5804.26036 (Win10.0), 2 Dec 2015 18:11:

System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
   at #=qxym3yl$5id8nYYWW_SoCsQo4$VSMqGf$4wz6jS4OoJI=.#=q5oz0n3SINqF0igqRjiRfqw==(String #=q1VawdhKx9OxpxbpDNnPolA==)
   at #=qxym3yl$5id8nYYWW_SoCsQo4$VSMqGf$4wz6jS4OoJI=.#=qFG7cnljsj$WTz8H75IZQZ4dXxyrilL5xLygCVVGPllA=(IList`1 #=qtmE7aToCrok_jbXtyEtUEw==, Int32 #=q$cIU7nJvD_iHYhqBrd2dNQ==, String #=qOL3hOQA5omRFAQPq2i8t9Q==, Boolean #=q4FGOO8TR43dzl6z9Nni$5Q==, Boolean #=qNnpJ68bQtgA8o8ilrobDJp96fGCs1iI6$5Ty7mESmSU=)
   at #=qxym3yl$5id8nYYWW_SoCsQo4$VSMqGf$4wz6jS4OoJI=.#=q26zyqtkw9amndceLUqLMXA==()
   at #=qF6QXdBYP_ilgXBFH4iHvnbxfgI8RAtM2CGGI9cM3tKo=.#=qkt8$L5jVkwd9TIrc79dQeA==(#=qh8LSbKVP8v5a1nUYOOTE1X0WmLfgyP_9loOXgjzXH3LSotWlml1TkeUXMzMjBw_s #=qFIvjRg$xS78ks4davNotHw==, Boolean #=q0PX9Fo8LfzyXcYNVx4U2OPCUAZLmzLBrpzhaKwLiLYo=)
   at #=qBLq71wFzBoC93CzNcllk5gNtyoxxWwVJQHtKZOUx_QQ=.#=qoX_2BdrjpYgUNItn4ulspaG2d5327q$SXxhqs8nyRVM=(Object #=q2BrJQafIGvWQk5zuQwfTUA==, #=qRHrxvV3K$fPWY0N9iAEzkcQ81x_ZYvtvEPDykNwofS0cljSp1YVbz2_i7Y7DFcLs #=q04SLlMgCfJwtclv3DaKTVQ==)
   at #=qE3yqUcvizOvAt1iWENS8xkAz9NAkrYaF7YWp_LScx_SUkh5RlE0LYbCuWfq$tT33.OnClick(EventArgs #=q2BeA9k5K01XdwbqXgpv4Gg==)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WmMouseUp(Message& m, MouseButtons button, Int32 clicks)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WndProc(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.OnMessage(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.WndProc(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.Callback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam)

Pages: 1