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  1. To be clear, there are certain elements I prefer on the old skin vs the new, but on the whole, the new UI is a great improvement that I didn't know I wanted until it was here
  2. On OnePlus 3T, Android 8.0, May 1st Security patch level, I get no OpenSL ES HD option with the 70x builds whereas I can see and choose it on the 790 build.
  3. I have actually put some thought to it and here's my take. Ideally the Album Art shouldn't have an overlay with information that is already offered BY the album art. On the other hand, not all songs have an album art (and IIRC Poweramp still doesn't auto-search for missing album art). So my take is this: First of all, forget the boxes. If you HAVE to have text overlaid on top of an image, go subtitles style. That is, white text with a THIN black outline (could also be colored as per the background). That would be a lot less distracting than now. However ideally I would also prefer the option to completely HIDE overlays with information that the album art already offers. The proper way to do this programmatically would mean that Max should first have to check if there is indeed an album art and then decide whether to show the overlay, but a quick-and-dirty approach to this would be to simply change the ORDER that Max overlays the various objects. Specifically, if the album art is overlaid last and OVER the text overlays then the text is still there but invisible. In songs with no album art the text overlays are overlaid last and thus visible. EDIT: I forgot to clarify that the above are for the Playback screen, the grid view library list is jsut great the way it is! Lastly, the Song title (which obviously isn't mentioned in the album art) could appear bellow it or where the metadata currently are.
  4. ^ That. Unless you have the exact same output equipment as said engineers AND the exact same hearing as them, you NEED an EQ in order to offset said differences. The reason I am loathe to just wipe my previous Poweramp settings and start over is that I keep multiple EQs in it, each for the different type of outputs (earphones, headphones, bluetooth device etc) I use with it, and none of them looks like any other.
  5. I already mentioned that but I guess my post got lost in the crowd. If we try to keep our old settings, be it by updating on top of the currently installed version or by restoring our previously exported settings, the 790 build will have an issue accessing the phone's folder list. Directly accessing files (i.e. our music) still works. Wiping the settings solves the issue, unfortunately it also wipes the custom EQ presets we spent all that time and effort creating... I REALLY hope Max would offer us a way to only keep our EQ presets and restore the rest of the settings to their defaults...
  6. Then you're luckier than me. It would be great if the final app had a settings sanitizer, just to make sure the upgraded app will work just as well (and as reliably) as if it was installed from scratch... EDIT: After some further testing, it appears that when I import the settings from the previous version, the app will crash whenever it tries to access the phone files & folder list. The app will keep working fine if I try to navigate my music library by artist/song/whatever but as soon as I try to access the folders it will crash. Selecting the "autodetect my music folders" option in settings will also result in a crash, hence why I believe that my old settings (which originally came from the v2 builds of the app) must somehow be incompatible with how the current version checks the phone's file system. Is it possible to only import the EQ presets and not the settings? Failing that, is it possible to ONLY reset all settings to the defaults? I did search but couldn't find one such option...
  7. @andrewilley It might be a good idea to edit the first post to include a mini FAQ with answers to common questions/troubles. It *might* help with some of the double/triple/quadruple posts asking the same thing(s). Things as wipe data for crashes, a mini how-to concerning navigation with the new UI... Just throwing it out there.
  8. Started my testing with a show-stopping bug. I really, REALLY do not want to re-create my EQ presets so I re-imported my saved 703/704 settings upon update. If I do, I cannot access the "folder" menu AT ALL. The app will either (and weirdly enough) say "This means nothing to me" or it will simply crash. Deleting my settings and staring fresh fixes it, but I lose all my EQ presets which for me is a no-go. Also, I cannot find a button or gesture to jump to the next folder/album/playlist. The swiping gestures only switch the song.
  9. OnePlus 3T Stock OxygenOS 3.5.4 (Root+XPosed), Marshmallow 6.0.1 Through earphones it works fine with Poweramp 703 at 192Khz
  10. I'd like to add that OnePlus One's Marshmallow CyanogenMod-based builds also support it, I've personally used it with ResurectionRemix ROMs up to 192 and I've read from others that "stock" CM13 nightlies also support it just fine. On the other hand, I've read that SultanXDA's CAF-based builds for some reason didn't support it at least up 'till now, not sure whether that has changed or will change.
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