Steven - Any luck with a native 'official' plugin?
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Sorry to say I still haven't had the time to test this new patch, but I should be able to later on Thursday.I have removed a track from a playlist and then performed a sync of that playlist. I'm still seeing Windows convention for the slashes, in other words, a forward slash (/). In other words, no change observed in the text file. Not a problem for me, but just wondering why I'm not seeing backward slashes in the playlist. Using M3U.
This is with 3.3.7354 P which was the patch posted in this thread. FYI, it's the same version number as what I was using previously and downloaded earlier that day.
Nice catch, @renius28!
This only half fixed the problem for me. As I mentioned, my music and playlists are on the SD card, so I had to physically add /storage/3638-3264 to the beginning of each line, and then it worked. Various other permutations, like the SM-G960U1\Card\ used by MusicBee in the computer playlist, didn't work. I don't much care for this solution, though, because it's not portable.
The library preferences for playlists only applies to library playlists and not to device synching.
Could you try this version which uses the unix convention for filenames in playlists:
unzip and replace the existing musicbee application files
Ok, I now understand the issue.
But there is a way to do what you want. Once you have the stream appearing in the playing tracks panel, right-click on the track and 'send to' clipboard. Then open the new station window and paste into the URL field. Tab to the next field and MB will populate what it can and you populate the rest. Save it and it should be in your station list.