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Everything posted by Rabangus

  1. After the latest release transparent (or 'none') button backgrounds are showing as opaque orange instead.
  2. Just had the update - that's perfect - many thanks for this!
  3. Is there any way to seperate the font size of the meta info on the main player screen from the font size of the meta info in lists? I'm finding that when I make the meta info big enough for me on lists it becomes too big in the main player screen.
  4. That is the way I do it currently, but that method relies on an intent being received, which only happens in certain circumstances. I'd like to be able to query Poweramp at any time, which should be possible I think.
  5. This is something I've been trying on and off for a long time in Tasker, and always felt like I was almost there, but never quite. What I want to do is get the ID of the playlist that the most recent track was played from (if any). I can get the ID (folder_files._id) of the last played track from content://com.maxmpz.audioplayer.data/files?lim=1 (ordered by folder_files.played_at desc). The problem is that track may appear in more than one playlist, so they can't just be joined to playlist_entries on _id. Logically it should be possible to use the played_at column to then match the track in playlist_entries, but, it seems that played_at gets updated immediately in folder_files, but not in playlist_entries, so it's always a step behind, and with the possibility of of playlists having been changes etc it's not a reliable method of getting the playlist. Does anyone know how this can be done? I'm not seeing any other fields that could be used to tie the most recently played track in folder_files to playlist_entries. I assume this can be done because the required info is displayed in the track info bundle exposed by an intent when tracks change, but I just can't quite get there...
  6. Hi Flyingdutchman, I see you posted a screenshot of the columns in folder_files in another thread some time ago; Is there any easy(ish) way to find out the columns in the other tables? What I'm trying to achieve is to get the playlist that the most recent track was played from (if any). Using Tasker I can get the name and ID of the most recently played track, and if it's only contained in one playlist then I can get the playlist that way. However, if the track is contained in more than one playlist then I can't tell which one it was played from. I'm guessing I'm missing a key to tie them together.
  7. This can also be done without root - see this reddit thread. I've checked and it works;
  8. Samsung S9+ running Android 9 stock Even though 'Start Playing Queue Immediately' is disabled, whenever I add anything to queue it still starts playing immediately...
  9. I had the same issue with the latest beta version of Nova on Samsung S9+, but after I deleted the incorrect one I haven't been able to replicate it again...
  10. Hallelujah - playlist details back in caturi in intents! Many thanks Max! 😊
  11. Fixed in build 825... Thanks Max! 😀
  12. I have a fully reproducible app crash in this version - if I add a track to a playlist from search results the app crashes (long press one of the search results and select '+Playlist' then choose the playlist to add the song to, Poweramp just closes). This only happens from search results - adding in the same way from 'All songs' etc still works fine. Samsung Galaxy S9+, Android Pie. I've sent a crash report...
  13. Pretty much what it says on in the title - would be great if there was an option to have songs automatically removed from playlists after they have been played...
  14. Working fine for me. Latest beta, Samsung S9+, Android Pie, Nissan Connect system
  15. No, not for me - I have nothing in queue. Also haven't added anything to the playlist while it was playing. Only thing I can think of is that I paused play for a while using bluetooth controls.
  16. I'm playing tracks in a playlist. Currently my widget is Juice Newton, currently playing song is actually Bob Dylan, and the mini player is a Rolling Stones track that isn't even in the playlist. I haven't had any updates, or removed the SD card (where the tracks are stored) or anything like that which might trigger a rescan. I've seen this occasionally in the past, but unfortunately can't replicate. When others report this Max always just says it's down to a rescan being in progress, but I'm not sure it's as simple as that... Will have a try to reproduce it over the weekend. Galaxy S9 Plus, Android Pie...
  17. Ah - the Save button! Should have thought of that! Thanks man!
  18. I know I'm going to be mocked for this, and probably rightly so, but where on earth do you set per track equaliser? I'm in build 812 and have spent about 20mins looking everywhere...
  19. Build 810 Samsung Galaxy S9+ Public beta of Android 9 Playlists are being wiped with every Android update - it's happened twice now. The playlists are still there, but have 0 songs in them after update.
  20. Looks good. Would be useful to have a screenshot of the skin settings screen though so we can see what all the options are before purchasing...
  21. There seems to be a light issue when you delete items from a queue. For example, imagine you have 10 songs in the queue - for convenience imagine they are from the same album, and numbered tracks 1-10. Scenario 1 - paused If you have played the first 3 tracks, so track 4 is currently the active track, then you delete the first 3 tracks from the queue, track 4 should remain the active track - but it actually becomes track 7 - and if you select play then track 7 will start playing and tracks 4-6 will never play Scenario 2 - playing If you have played the first 3 tracks, so track 4 is currently the active track, then you delete the first 3 tracks from the queue, track 4 remains playing, but in the mini player and main screen the details for track 7 are displayed. Samsung Galaxy S9+, Android 8.0
  22. Should probably add, that to change currently playing playlist using Tasker you need to create a 'Send Intent' action with the following: Action: com.maxmpz.audioplayer.API_COMMAND Cat: None Data:content://com.maxmpz.audioplayer.data/playlists/%plist/files Extra: cmd:20 Target: Service Everything else blank. Where %plist is a variable that contains the numeric index of the playlist that you want to select. Unfortunately since the recent changes you are probably looking at finding that through trial and error. They are numbered from 1 though, in the order in which they were created.
  23. Hi Manuel, unfortunately in the last few builds the track info exposed through intents has changed. I've had a thorough look through the Api and as far as I can find it's now no longer possible to identify the currently playing playlist. Real shame because to do anything really useful you need to know the playlist you're dealing with... I did raise this in the below thread, but unfortunately didn't get a response that gave any answers.
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