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  1. To ensure you retain your ratings when you update your legacy Poweramp release, I have provided a backup option in my Free New Playlist Manager app. Whilst still on the legacy version, simply backup your ratings. Continue to upgrade the latest Poweramp release (V798 at time of writing). You will need the paid for version of New Playlist Manager to restore the ratings. For more details visit: http://www.theo.klinkweb.nl/Poweramp.html or email me.
  2. flyingdutchman

    Top Rated in Library

    One of the users of my app was confused that the totals in Top Rated did not reconcile with those actually held in the pa database. To illustrate, Poweramp shows: : but when running New Playlist Managers, Rating criteria the following shows: which is confirmed when running an sql statement against the same database: Question: what does the Top Rating represent?
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