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  1. Captain Praneet

    Need some changes in skin

    Need this two feature from old Poweramp in new version. 1. In new version if i click on album art or anywhere there its goes to playlist. Please disable it. Need old style like when i click on name of song then only its going to playlist instead of album art. 2. If i am in playlist and i click on song which already plating its playing from starting again. Please fix this both issue. Thnx...😊
  2. I find Poweramp the only player capable (without glitches or lack of basic functions) of providing navigation without the need to look on the screen - music is for listening, not watching. I'm talking about lockscreen and its swipe navigation. Hovewer it needs polishing - 2 additional features: 1. swipe to move seek bar - inside as song: I would consider adding an option for that and implement it by aplying the same geasture as for swipe-to-move-to-the-next-track but with keeping pressing after swipe. Of course any other clever geasture would suffice 2. option to remove/block other ways of navigation - software buttons on the screen (it's only a source of problems if you don't look on the screen) PS: of course hardware keys navigation is better but who can provide that.
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