Hi Steven, thanks for your reply.
I did what you suggested. The new 3.5 version fixed another issue I was struggling with (now, if the song is already added to the playlist, a second click on that playlist will remove it from that playlist - thank you!). However, the main issue, unfortunately, is still there.
Here are some details that may help to reproduce the issue:
- MusicBee should be opened in Mini Player mode.
- It should be docked to the top of the screen.
- Via Windows settings, it should be configured to be displayed on every workspace.
Now, if you open a dropdown Now Playing list, and try to multi-select playlists, the dropdown will be closed after first click, no matter if you hold Ctrl or not.
Last post by Steven on Today at 08:57:40 AM | Started by xdbotx
try using v3.5 which is available from the first forum topic and if it still happens then report this on the lyrics reloads plugin topic so the author sees this
Last post by Steven on Today at 08:56:28 AM | Started by aktor
So that picture in that panel is based on artist picture backdrops intended for large and wide screens. The pictures in the main panel grid are smaller square pictures that are saved to the Thumbs sub-folder. To update the thumb pictures, you need to either directly paste the artist picture in the main panel that is showing the artist pictures view or you can do the same with the thumbnail browser that is showing.
Trying with your settings the picture in the artist picturebox updated immediately - but the picture needs to be named with the artist name and in the artist picture folder as defined in Preferences/ Tags(1)/ artwork
Last post by T010 on Today at 08:40:47 AM | Started by T010
a slim version for the player controls
Thank you. Can you please post an image of what you mean by this?
It would be very nice to have a toggleable, configurable feature that will allow or forbid Bee to send information about the track played to last.fm, if the track was skipped halfway through.
For example, if the track has been fully listened to, then most likely you liked it and it will be sent to last.fm. If the track has been listened to only partially, then the information about the listened track will not be sent to last.fm.
last.fm makes recommendations based mostly on tracks that I listened to partially and skipped because I didn't like them.
I'm not a programmer, just a suggestion:
Get track track length > get track played time > calculate the percentage > if 60% (75 or 90 (user preference)) percent of the track was listened to, then send the track information to last.fm > else skip.
Thank you! MusicBee ist the best!