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danhash

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  1. Just accidentally changed tracks via the swipe again: To get from the Now Playing screen to the current artist's other albums, it's swipe down then swipe right, and it's easy to get these confused when swiping quickly.
  2. I just found that there seems to be an additional fade-in/fade-out associated with Bluetooth headphones. Very noticeable on a track such as Linkin Park's Papercut.
  3. I turned off gapless preload, and it seems to have fixed the problem.
  4. I don't know why some people have such a bone for swiping. It's messy and doesn't work well. And it's confusing, now that there are several other places to swipe, such as swiping right on a track list to go to the album list. I paid for this media player, and it's the best one I know of for Android. I would gladly contribute to a Patreon project or some other method of continuing revenue for the developer. I support the developer of my favorite podcast app this way. It's ridiculous to remove usability features with no option to get them back. I can understand that if you like swiping, it
  5. Swiping isn't part of "the latest technical features". Removing a critical usability feature isn't a step forward.
  6. @andrewilley, I always have crossfade disabled. Gapless preload was set to 3100ms. I just set it to None and will test this for a bit. I thought the preload just cached the first few seconds of the next track; is it meant to skip the last few seconds?
  7. @maxmp, Swiping to navigate on mobile UIs has always been problematic for me, and I've never wanted it. I have accidentally changed tracks with a "swipe" dozens of times; I have intentionally changed tracks with a wipe zero times. Why was this option removed? This was an actively used feature in v2. Please bring it back
  8. On my .CUE-based FLAC albums, Poweramp skips the last few seconds of each track. Phone: Samsung Galaxy Note9 Android: v8.1.0 Powerbamp build: v3-build-820-play (Full Version)
  9. This seems to only happen on .CUE albums
  10. When I listen to a song on repeat, it's scrobbled correctly each time it's played. I have had a LOT of trouble with this in the past, with other scrobbling apps and with alpha/beta versions of Poweramp. But with the final version of v2 and the production versions of v3 I have not had this issue.
  11. I hate to be "that guy", but I don't have this issue with v3. I did have scrobbling issues with the pre-release versions I tested, however, which is one reason I always reverted from the pre-release versions back to v2 until v3 came out. With v3, scrobbling has worked perfectly for me since it came out. Details: I have a Galaxy Note9 with Android 8.1.0. SLS v1.5.7 I have all battery conservation settings disabled for SLS. Poweramp v3-build-820-play (Full Version) - It just updated to the new Play version. Scrobbling in the previous v3 release version worked just f
  12. I've noticed that on some songs (not all), it will not play the last ~4 seconds and then skip to the next song. But I've had this happen in the middle of an album too, not just at the end.
  13. I have also noticed that the fade-in settings are not honored in v3. I have a post about that here: This was present in the Alpha: And it was present in v2: Best I can tell, little has been done to fix the issues with fade-in. Personally, I can't think of a reason why anyone would want fade-in at the beginning of a track.
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