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I have suffered from what would easily be nearing a hundred unique bugs, in the last few years alone. I've had them across devices; from broken functionality to critical bugs, bad design and busted installations, and even a hacked account. Some plague me momentarily, others go on for years and years, and quite a few have completely prevented me from using Spotify for days on end.
The frequency at which I find new bugs has only accellerated as time has gone on; long past the point of absolute ridiculousness.
Instead of suffering in silence, I'm going to start flooding these forums with every new bug I encounter - so that the people tasked with pretending to listen to users get a sense for how dysfunctional this **bleep**ing program has been for me.
So, here three new bugs that surfaced yesterday and today. I've never had them before.
- Very often, when I try to right click (to open the drop-down menu) Spotify will act like i'm double clicking. This will instantly play the song, playlist, or album i'm clicking on, instead of opening a menu with options. Infuriating.
- Spotify goes still; buttons can be clicked, but they don't do anything. When restarted, it loads with a black screen. It straightens up eventually; but restarting the program or computer has no effect.
- Spotify gets stuck transfering the song stream between devices. It will fail to properly load on the new device, moving the stream but rendering the stream inaccessible; and then will do the same when trying to transfer the stream back to the device.