I have experienced a problem that makes using spotify extremely difficult. Using a windows tablet, the volume slider is too small to make any minute adjustments to the volume. I have spotify connect speakers around my house and I cannot control the volume in a meaningful way. Its either volume off, volume max, or arbitrary volume in the middle. This results in large volume jumps for any adjustment. Perhaps a larger volume slider would fix this. OR if spotify could steal the volume controls from windows, so the rocker switch could control spotify.
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When I listen to spotify on android or an iphone, I frequently hit the "next" button to move to the next song. As you know, immediately to the right of that button is the "connect" button which lets you switch from having music come out of the device you are using and, instead, come out of another device (essentially it allows you to use your phone as a remote control for another spotify player. I guess it's a feature that some would want, but I don't know why it has a button on the main screen, and not in the options section, when there are so many more useful buttons that can take up that spot.)
Any way, because the connect button is right next to the "next" button, I will accidentally hit the connect button when intending to hit the next button.
This then pulls up the connect screen which, for reasons that I completely do not understand, has a volume slider -- such that if you put your finger where you expect the next button to be -- the volume will climb to like 80%!! (and remember I didn't want the connect screen to open up and did not know it opened up). At 80% volume on an IEM I can go deaf!
Half kidding, I would bet that some sadistic programmer designed all of the above intentionally to achieve the above result. It all seems like an unusual mix of pointless design features, the net effect of which is that you will inadvertently cause the volume to climb to 80%, which all seems like too much of a coincidence.
Any way, please fix this.
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