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  1. Ah, I see 🤦‍♂️ Well, thanks for pointing this out to me, I was looking frantically for a menu option Funny enough, I tried "tapping" it before, but apparently pressed too long so I only got the popup window..... Oh well. Nobody is perfect
  2. I'm honestly quite annoyed that the update removed so many customization features. One thing I'm missing a lot is the ability to change the footer in the main screen (I attached a screenshot to show what exactly I mean). It currently defaults to the audio file information, which I'm not at all interested in. It's the same for all of my files anyway. I'd like to get the option from v2 back, where you could set this to, for example, the next song in the playlist. Also, by the way, I think, Poweramp is (and has been in v2) not recognized as a music player by android. At least on my phone (Android 8.0.0 with EMUI), I can't select Poweramp as the default music player, it is just not displayed in the list. Thank you. (Last one for today, I promise )
  3. Oh, how did I miss that? I'm sorry, I guess you can delete this topic now
  4. That's interesting... I'll keep you updated if I can maybe reproduce it. Hopefully, someone can find a solution.
  5. Well, the title pretty much sums it up. If you add a song to the queue, it starts playing immediately instead of after the currently playing song. If you want to allow users to play the song immediately, please either add an option to turn this behaviour off, or add a small popup with the option to play the queue immediately, but default to start it after the current song. Thank you.
  6. I am using several file based playlists with Poweramp. A few days ago, I was very surprised to find two of these playlists (.wpl files), wich had 20 or 100 songs in them, emptied. I checked with the file explorer and it turned out, the file had been set to 0 bytes in size. Unfortunately, I was not able to reproduce this behaviour yet, but I have a suspicion it has something to do with adding songs to the queue. Other suggestion: Can you add back the track progress to be showed in the song list, like the older version, and/or add the option to make the song icons in the list smaller again? I don't like the amount of time I spend scrolling to find the songs I want to play. Same thing for the huge album art at the top of the list - please add an option to turn that off. Thank you.
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