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  1. @andrewilley Well, i've just fixed it. Made a fresh install and loaded a settings file i've exported some months ago. But also exported a Poweramp-settings file before uninstalling, just to see if there is any issue, and when i load it on the new install, the list appears again, so must be some setting i couldn't find that is generating this behavior. is there any way to read those exported settings files as plain text to see which is the difference between them?
  2. I've tried all the notification types under that option and it shows in all of them.
  3. Hi. Maybe this is a totally silly question but, what is this feature exactly called and how can i disable it? It just popped out on the last update and shows random elements on the list. Thanks.
  4. And maybe through an editable config file on the app folder? I will really appreciate if you could include a dark-blueish background color like the #202026. And the #42A5F5 blue accent, both from the Swift Dark substratum theme.
  5. It would be nice if the background and the accent colors could be selected through a RGB color picker o something like that. In my case, it could allow me to match the Poweramp skin with my SystemUI dark theme and Oxygen Blue accent color. Anyway, great skin. It is the first V3 third party skin i really like.
  6. @clever_man, Yes, it is a system notification, but the theme hasn't touched it. Actually, in that layer configuration, i let it with the default color that the app has (as you can see in the screenshots). Other options (liker the "Default is white") make all the notifications accent white (which i don't want, because all other apps have their own colors) or like the "System accent" option, make all the notifications match the accent color, which is blue in my case. Here i can show you how the other apps notification accents work jus
  7. Maybe this is something that already has been discused but, i'm having this issue with notification colors. I mean, only the icons (play/pause, etc) and the app name. I don't even talking about make it detect the art cover color, only make it white, so it can be readable. In the screenshot below you can see how i have it now. As you can see, i'm using a Substratum theme for SystemUI. Obviously, i already tried all the options in Settings, but none of them seems to do the trick.
  8. Amazing job as always, Max. Great visual improvements. But i've find a little bug: I've lost Hi-Res Output through Snapdragon PCM, which in the build-790-uni worked fine. I'm on Nougat 7.1.2 on my Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (or 4X , the Snapdragon version ). I'm using the Resurrection Remix 5.8.5 ROM. First screenshot is from 790-uni build. Second is from 792-uni build. Third is the file i've use (which is a 24-bit, 192 kHz 4745 Kbps FLAC).
  9. Hi there!. I'm having this problem since first time i started using the app. I noted that Poweramp adds a few seconds to song duration, depending on song's length. In certain songs adds 10 seconds, in others it adds even 1 minute! My device: Motorola Moto E (1st Gen.) Android 4.4.4 - Kitkat Poweramp 2.0.10-build-581-uni (Full version) I've read some threads talking about this bug, but can't find a solution. Now, i've found that exists a relation between art cover resolution and the seconds that Poweramp adds to that song. I realized this by see
  10. Hi. Can you put the cover art navigation in playlists too?. That's a way to organize songs. Actually all tracks (no matter album) are all thogheter and its very confuse. Thanks. Poweramp is awesome.
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