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Brick Nick

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  1. OK, cool, I appreciate all the information. I'll mess around with everything and see how it goes.
  2. 1. Thanks Andre. I think we're using two different view settings though. What you seem to be describing is the Library view. I am using Folders view, where I have the list options set to Hierarchy. I have dozens of albums, organized via folders by music type etc, and I usually like to shuffle the songs in one album at a time. As I said, whenever I do this, the repeat setting reverts to Advance List. It sounds like you're saying that Advance List Repeat is a setting that is attached to the Shuffle command, therefore every time I shuffle the contents of a folder, it will do this (and
  3. Every time I fire up some new songs, the repeat setting reverts to Advance List. I use hierarchical folder view. When I click the arrow next to a given album folder and select shuffle, and it begins to play, the repeat setting always goes back to Advance List. I'm also wondering whether there's any way to change the display settings in folder view, specifically if the text can be made smaller (many album and track titles don't fit on the screen), and if the information displayed about each folder can be changed (currently it shows folder name, and underneath, it shows the folder's pa
  4. Cool, that works, ty. However it seems to revert to Advance List Repeat by default every time I play something. I couldn't find any settings to change this. Any way to turn this off?
  5. Hi, I just installed Poweramp, and have it set to folder view > hierarchy. I would like to play (preferably shuffle) the contents of a single folder (or a folder containing other folders) and have playback stop when said contents have been played. Is this possible? (I have messed with settings as well as searched this site without finding what I'm looking for.) Currently, when I tell Poweramp to shuffle the contents of a folder, it does so, and then starts playing music from some other random folder. The only workaround(s) that I'm seeing is either to use the sleep
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