Device: Windows 10 16gb/i9 Dell
Operating System: Windows 10
My Question or Issue
Playlists have a default sort, which may just be the order the user put the songs in at creation. When playing songs from the playlist, the album art in the bottom left corner is clickable (thanks for fixing that!) and when clicked, will jump the blue song cursor to the currently playing song in the current live playlist (this song is also highlighted in Green color on the font). This is as expected and as long as the list has not been resorted by the viewer, this works.
However, when the sort order is changed, the cursor still uses the previous order and therefore bounces to the wrong song. This is easy to replicate: Sort any playlist by any of the fields (reverse alphabetically by artist, or by time ascending, or whatever). Turn on random, and hit play. The album art is clickable for each song, but the blue cursor will rarely find the correct currently playing song, jumping to the right index row but since the list is re-sorted, actually showing the wrong song. Restoring the original sort order allows the jump to work correctly.
This is a common problem when one part of the program doesn't realize that a view has been updated. It should be an easy fix.
Solved! Go to Solution.
Thanks for reaching out to us about this.
This is an issue which we're aware of and which we're currently looking into, but we're not able to provide an exact timeline for a fix - more info here.
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