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1. Queue options and bug 2. Lockscreen 3.UI suggestion regarding the already present option of pro button and scrobble seek UI simultaneously. Firstly I generally like v3 PAmp but I've noticed what I think is a bug possibly. Repeat from the queue goes to a new list at the end of the last queue song instead of repeating the queue list - I got around it by making a new playlist of the queue but don't want to have to do this everytime. Also adding to queue has bee removed and replaced with a generic "queue" option which sometimes adds to queue and sometimes clears the previous queue list and starts again - quite annoying if I just want to add another tune and have to start again because PAmp has decided for me which I want. Bring back the ( biff) "add to queue" option like v2 - add to queue, clear q, new q etc. The lockscreen - v2 had the player and an unlock button at the bottom. No access to eq and accidental in the pocket changes to other features, eq and playlist etc. Now I can get lost in navigation from lock screen. The limitation of a lockscreen is meant to be.. It's locked to a playscreen with limited features and for major changes you should need to unlock. V3 has complete access from lockscreen which is a silly design idea in practice. The v2 lockscreen was better - a v3 update could allow for different lockscreen hierarchy if you're going for providing end-user customisability. This is a small UI suggestion as I like having the pro buttons and I like th scrobble seek per track - visually separate the 2. As it is grabbing the scrobble sometimes activates the pro buttons and vice versa. I want both on as I use both frequently but having the scrobble seek smaller and below might help functionality when a user has selected to have both in the UI. Thanks for reading 😃
I would really like it if Poweramp kept separate volume settings like iPods do (for headsets vs. built-in speakers). Personally, I never listen to music without a headset. By keeping the phone speaker's volume off, I can prevent any music from accidentally playing. But since Poweramp doesn't change the volume when a headset is removed/added, I have to manually change it every time.