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Device: Macbook Pro 2018
Operating System: macOS 10.15.7, Catalina
Spotify Desktop version: 126.96.36.1998.gf9a83c60-a
After the desktop app updated, the queue now only shows 50 tracks (playing + 49), even though more tracks are in my queue. Before the update, there was no limit (at least that I had encountered) to the number of visible tracks in the queue. Is this a setting that can be changed? If not, is there a way to downgrade the app back to the version that allows more visible tracks in the queue?
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I'm ok with not getting the latest features as the ability to use the queue is more important to me. I often queue far more than 50 tracks and then will adjust the queue. Limiting my view to 50 means I'm unable to adjust tracks 51+.
And I see you removed my post to reddit showing how users can downgrade to the working UI version.
For everyone who has this same issue, search the internet for "reddit spotify reverting classic UI" which will take you to the true solution.