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  1. 开发者你好!来自中国的用户向您问好。 您是否知道“xiaomi miui13”的消息?MIUI13中加入了新的“Widget”系统。您是否有兴趣进行适配?我可以向您提供相应的开发文档。 PS:希望我的话谷歌翻译可以理解(( 期待回信,再次感谢。
  2. The Poweramp doesn't support sorting songs by Chinese pinyin until now, so that all Chinese songs are classified in # and are random, which makes Chinese users difficult to find a song. Therefore, could you please make Poweramp have the option to sort by Chinese? Thanks! What's more, I think if the LRC lyrics can scroll automatically, it will be better than view as a text. Could you please improve the experience of viewing lyrics?
  3. Hello, I am a music fan from China and purchased for the latest version of Poweramp player. But during my recently using I found something annoying in sorting the music list. Poweramp player can sort English named music files but when it is processing music files which contain CJK characters in the name it cannot be sorted properly …… that is music files which contain CJK characters in the name, was in “#” instead of their correct sequences. For example, I have a music file which is named “梦之雨 piano.ver” and in Chinese the first character is pronounced as “meng”,and it should be in the sequence of “M”, but now I found it in the sequence of “#”. Could this be solved?
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