Author Topic: Bug or Intended? in Now Playing screen  (Read 1772 times)

BeeBeeKing

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When in the Now Playing screen and right clicking on that screen none of the options like 'edit' etc work.
Is this intended?
If it is then wouldn't it be better to not have those options appear?
There's no doubt a reason for this I don't know about.

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Its because you have 2 sets of playing tracks active. I dont think I will address that. If having 2 playing tracks is intentional, you can edit from the right sidebar one.

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I've just tried it with one now playing visible only and it's still the same.

I send a playlist from another program to MB and I want it to show in Now Playing and i need to be able to right click for edit.

Or is there a way it can come up in "Music" and be visible.

Not sure I understand how to control the tabs and settings for Play Now. The other program has a button for playing all tracks from an album and sends this command to the default windows 10 program (MusicBee)

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this is weird, I just did as you said and right clicked on the right bar in "Playing Tracks" and it worked ok. I then went back to "Now Playing and the right click edit worked ok.
Close MB and try again and I can't edit in now playing until after I have performed a right click edit in "Playing Now"

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Also the same thing happens if I don't send from the other program and instead play an album from within MB.  
Sure seems like a bug.

BeeBeeKing

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Steven I'm not sure you have seen my subsequent posts since your post?
Can you comment please if possible

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yes i agree its a bug but as i said before i am not going to address it