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I'm now experiencing this problem too. I've got a brand-new Logitech K540 keyboard (released by Logitech just a couple of monthe ago), and I'm using the Logitech Options software, not the SetPoint software. And I have the latest build of Windows 10.

The mute and volume hotkeys on the keyboard work fine with Logitech, but when I push the previous, next or play/pause buttons, it acts like I've pushed them twice. So the song will jump back or forward two tracks when I push the previous or next button, and when I push the play/pause button the music will briefly pause for a split second, then play again. As though I were pushing the button twice.

Any ideas why this is happening?

MusicBee Wishlist / Re: Auto-playlist changes
« on: March 04, 2017, 07:06:20 PM »
Hi, I would like to request or suggest the following for the auto-playlist functionality:

1) When "Export static copy" is selected, it would be nice to be able to specify the sorting order in the exported copy. Currently I find that the sorting order is sometimes random, whereas I'd like to be able to sort the entries in the playlist alphabetically by filename. Perhaps a new setting which lets me choose which column or field to sort by, would be nice.

2) Currently in Preferences > Library, there are settings to control the path for exported playlists, whether relative paths are used, and mapping base file paths. I'd love to be able to override those default settings on a per-playlist basis. Sometimes I have an auto-playlist that I want to have exported to a static copy in a different location, or without relative paths, or whatever.

3) When "use relative paths" is enabled in the Preferences, and the static playlist is exported to the same folder as the source MP3 files, the playlist starts each line with:
I'd prefer that in this situation, each line would start directly with the file name, and not including the redundant .\


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