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Plugins / Re: MusicBee Remote (Remote Control for Android)
« on: June 01, 2021, 01:25:33 AM »
Hey kelsos,

I'm not experiencing the HDD cache issue mentioned above, but I did notice a cache error message ("could not find..." can't recall what the exact message was.) in MB's bottom status bar, and I also don't see covers for songs on the remote app.  I'll follow the logging steps you posted earlier, and send you the log files within the next day or so.

Thanks again for all the continued improvements. 

Plugins / Re: MusicBee Remote (Remote Control for Android)
« on: February 16, 2021, 07:55:36 PM »
Also just wanted to chime in with my thanks.  I've probably been using it for about 6 years now - and it's really added a lot of value to Musicbee in our household.

Plugins / Re: MusicBee Remote (Remote Control for Android)
« on: January 03, 2020, 08:30:34 PM »
Thanks kelsos, I appreciate the feedback!

Plugins / Re: MusicBee Remote (Remote Control for Android)
« on: January 03, 2020, 07:00:05 PM »
Hi Kelsos

I tried searching for it in this thread, but haven't seen mention of this specific issue before:

When toggling between "Repeat" modes on the app, it only allows me to switch between Repeat On and Repeat Off.  It skips the 'Repeat One' option.  When I switch to the Repeat One option in MusicBee itself, an icon does show up on the app that indicates it's now in "Repeat One" mode.  So while the app does recognize that setting, it just doesn't allow you to switch to it.  I was wondering whether it might just be a bug, or if the "Repeat One" setting was specifically excluded from the app.

I've tested this on a Android 9 and Android 4 phone.

Thanks again for the app - I use it everyday and it's fantastic!

Questions / Re: Error when trying to play/open a specific playlist (.mpb)
« on: December 11, 2014, 08:22:07 PM »
Thanks for the advice!  Looking at it with a text editor, it looks like it's completely corrupted. Ah well, it's not really that big a loss. From now on, I'll just remember to make a backup every now and then.

Questions / Error when trying to play/open a specific playlist (.mpb)
« on: December 11, 2014, 06:54:14 PM »

I recently ran into an issue where MusicBee refuses to open a specific playlist (all the other ones work fine).  I'm not sure if this could be related to one of the more recent builds, or if something is wrong with the playlist file itself.  Even if I go back to an older build, that playlist still won't open.

Could it be related to the length of the playlist?  It had a much higher track count than the others.

This is the error that pops up:
MusicBee v2.5.5457.37571 (Win6.2), 11 Dec 2014 20:50:

System.OutOfMemoryException: Exception of type 'System.OutOfMemoryException' was thrown.
   at #=qCfbclt3XM1FetCh3MgiR5e7UvvNzB8MBGLOonxCHDRfoed3DXO2d8QIRgae$jD5F.#=qy4d2qa567WGbdvEwMyQYXYkbhz2z8UYw9XRPIoG7pWE=(Stream #=q1nlNiaAPdxqspZ7gy6K_DA==, List`1 #=qNovCnsvGta6SFUkyKDuPlw==, Boolean #=qpc4EjC_KojQacrrBBURm9A==, Boolean #=qHo$kGImLIh1R1sslXCRI_g==)
   at #=qCfbclt3XM1FetCh3MgiR5e7UvvNzB8MBGLOonxCHDRfoed3DXO2d8QIRgae$jD5F.#=quAtvvMGWYE9AJnKrG0fhhyS6MFKTzuSAl9FJuNPKJR8=()
   at #=qCfbclt3XM1FetCh3MgiR5e7UvvNzB8MBGLOonxCHDRfoed3DXO2d8QIRgae$jD5F.#=qDc42UsEW9kekZNa2BADkEw==()
   at #=qFh5ke4pgLWKcZMuZrUtm5IX5wvsc1EbgNlyOoJIOMdE=.#=qLWfKFyGSsKc56uAts5DjyA==(Int32 #=qrekSIgiPUoBApn4rEU7kDA==, Boolean #=qbI4YTFZ3H1swK$1FWoK5lg==, #=q3NcJz3i7dTcpG6H0C7VSNJPmNulPm1oA2q1glDU0SOlFqGNNyByk1w5Xw8yqPMSK #=qOfa4PPjWfMs9jD5lszRP4Q==, Boolean #=qOnu5z9hbcyV4AHfyVZYdu$7DT$HJ3BA_3kK4zQTRdY0=, #=qdyQ5Q$uhDeBcFMT4sP73dESj4$Mr1cjakD9PAtjW1KU= #=qX6VaMRXXt79fHfljPRbcfQ==, Boolean #=qglHVPBwQVYzSxsF$yeYOBNsHR54Ty1G25y3y3od0ayc=, Boolean #=qMPnxDCbNwNjlW6Kgy9ZZXTZJLdhDZiOTSuxNRA2QbYU=)
   at #=qFh5ke4pgLWKcZMuZrUtm5IX5wvsc1EbgNlyOoJIOMdE=.#=q0i3LY6_KLKiJhGVG3UflFw==(Int32 #=qrekSIgiPUoBApn4rEU7kDA==, #=qMc8KJcraHX2HKU3z1glI0E3OszEjNnEFH6pZTKxQPRY= #=qWiEtRaWgCNxVaNzYCJXnuQ==, #=qSl6JImXCjzyv0tqNFxaf5k3D$39Wyi6QmTdSSLdzRA4= #=qV$0cqRlLqM2IXJlGmJ_X3Q==, #=qKgrTK7xGiiM4vbusPi$3yB5r1DpK5gf5G_usWv6dXqM= #=qeSAfBZFeMCYXiYXPTt8ccA==, #=q3NcJz3i7dTcpG6H0C7VSNJPmNulPm1oA2q1glDU0SOlFqGNNyByk1w5Xw8yqPMSK #=qT5Q6WiG885KBOBBLy4eOmA==, #=qPPJ2rtEmwXCbM3YzPqYIrqAN4CjZY5Bfi5mtnye3Cph4O6dSXssK_pHVN$wqgXOp #=qgPzPqkZ4hDrwOyINeapFxQ==, Boolean #=qQDk388jcOo5EyJAFIGVI9nsUS0fOFbQZjyZRULG6xug=, Boolean #=qXRbzEmjKEASPW_WWyL_H7Q==)
   at #=qFh5ke4pgLWKcZMuZrUtm5IX5wvsc1EbgNlyOoJIOMdE=.#=qBlJBy3CvNzqi9Ht5T4$HfC3O72BPXzXg2eOLjszX0sI=(#=qMc8KJcraHX2HKU3z1glI0E3OszEjNnEFH6pZTKxQPRY= #=qxMHzKMLigFBj1HY4xzex6w==, #=qSl6JImXCjzyv0tqNFxaf5k3D$39Wyi6QmTdSSLdzRA4= #=qszgJGiGIUzd6x7HAKye62w==, #=qKgrTK7xGiiM4vbusPi$3yB5r1DpK5gf5G_usWv6dXqM= #=qz7h8zFxIlGhMFZzKYClL9g==, #=q3NcJz3i7dTcpG6H0C7VSNJPmNulPm1oA2q1glDU0SOlFqGNNyByk1w5Xw8yqPMSK #=qkr3SWAaqFTqlfYn3K$Y_PQ==, Boolean #=q9croqhcdx6gf9nYEMOiPN0DnjAk5t2LmHBplGZXeYsY=)
   at #=qFh5ke4pgLWKcZMuZrUtm5IX5wvsc1EbgNlyOoJIOMdE=.#=qQ70azlNfQ9BseOh60ChzTPkZ6e7RWmMv3uWrA8i_v3z1Uw1AUfv3jY6fYTB$Bp2D(Object #=qU4KG0Y36tF7U8E0cjXl3GQ==, #=qSl6JImXCjzyv0tqNFxaf5k3D$39Wyi6QmTdSSLdzRA4= #=qYj9WKb$_xYYhv$3KY2L80Q==)
   at #=qAuyZjypJFcG$Dp9sT5oUbMPKr4ifvCshY$f9MiYY9zs=.#=q8g_ppIaFYURl1jUbeOaKYA==(#=q1Qwjvh3QbKFDWMEwCj86RHIkpyqhMzSOSNH23o6AzFAXTrEzmmXMYQqP6Yg$$tAy #=q044ipnoFKIuY9oJpWaVa5A==)
   at #=qYlBwLVIYIX1mBXXR_hTvtuACfaT5VRcdK2byJF$r9CmzMw1ECWhGcjaURZYsDyqW.#=qtwRSLrp8Hg_aVFEPRkmP$rYgm8ixJ8p87iEmvqLZxPY=(Int32 #=qc51ZjCUgE3vSkGtE7oWh2g==, Boolean #=q6WjKIWZoZ$XibfYwhmA3trNHeMPYlYOqE72BbCDTviU=)
   at #=qYlBwLVIYIX1mBXXR_hTvtuACfaT5VRcdK2byJF$r9CmzMw1ECWhGcjaURZYsDyqW.OnMouseDown(MouseEventArgs #=quw7E9HZlTaceb$SwcxoPkA==)
   at #=qAuyZjypJFcG$Dp9sT5oUbMPKr4ifvCshY$f9MiYY9zs=.OnMouseDown(MouseEventArgs #=qi3EPATePa53pVpdZn6mwRQ==)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WmMouseDown(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)

Windows 8.1 64bit
12gb memory

MusicBee Wishlist / Burning multiple copies of a CD
« on: September 30, 2012, 11:19:17 PM »

Would it be possible to add the option of configuring how many copies MB should burn? As it stands now, if you want to burn 5 identical CDs, you have to go through the same process each time.


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