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  1. Thank you for the quick response, Max
  2. +1 to your first point. I've been bothered by that since v3 was released.
  3. If I understand correctly, he wants an option to make the current list play to completion before starting the queue. I would actually also like to see that, as I often think of something more I want to listen to after completing the currently playing album. As of right now, the only way to do that is to queue the rest of the current list/album and then queue whatever I want to play after. I seem to recall this behavior being available in PA v2?
  4. Yeah, I think it's different from model to model, but the volume always changes, at least slightly. I think...
  5. I haven't had any trouble enabling DVC, but I'm getting severely reduced volume with it on as well. As far as I understand, that's not unexpected behavior, and it's worth it for the massive bass boost it allows. I'm on an S9+ for reference.
  6. That's what I thought as well and it's what has been happening for as long as I've used the app, but recently this weird behavior appeared. I don't really know after which update it started, but I'd say it was fine a month or two ago, though I can't be sure of that in case I didn't queue any affected albums right away. And I would also have had to actually notice it in the first place...
  7. Grabbed the Material skin and I'm loving it so far. It's exactly the kind of minimalist style I wanted right now. The only two issues I have with it are I'd really like a choice of a static wave seekbar, like in the stock themes. I like seeing the entire track and quickly being able to go to a specific time without having to drag along a zoomed-in wave. When paused, the "Play" button is still a big, fat circular button. Would be nice to see it slimmed down to match the smaller pause button that overlays the waveform. Other than those minor things I'm well chuffed so far. Keep up the great work!
  8. I'm a heavy user of the queue and often use it to queue up several albums that I'd like to listen to in succession. However, recently it's started behaving weirdly and tracks are not queued in the correct order. Tracks have always been added to the queue in the same order that they have in the context I'm selecting them, be it individually from an album or "all songs" context, or as a full album from an artist or "all albums" context. Now, though, some of the tracks are placed at the bottom of the queue for some reason. Take a look at these three examples with the three different albums. 1) Album view 1) Queued (the two first tracks of the album are last in the queue) 2) Album view 2) Queued (this is fine) 3) Album view 3) Queued (a track from the middle of the album is last in the queue) For these examples I selected the album from the "Albums" list and queued it. The "Albums" list is sorted by added date (reversed), but the album view itself is sorted by track number). I get the same result if I open the albums and manually select all the songs and queue them. Now, I'm not entirely sure about this, but I think the tracks that end up at the bottom had their tags edited more recently than the others. I'm only certain of this in the third example, where "New Wave" was updated after I tagged the entire album, however, all the files have the same timestamp, so I don't know how it should matter anyway. All the tagging in these cases was done on PC, not within PA. Is there some weird setting I might have overlooked that causes this? I don't recall having this problem with v3 until recently and I definitely didn't have it with v2.
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