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when clicking "play" in playlist, the currently played song isn't highlighted

when clicking "play" in playlist, the currently played song isn't highlighted

randoem

Hey

 

I couldn't find my problem in the database.

 

When open a random playlist and clicking the "play"-button next to the album cover, the currently played song isn't highlighted. But when I click at a random song in the playlist. the songs are highlighted. 

 

I'm using version 0.9.8 on Windows 7 english.

 

Thx for bugfixing.

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Peter__
Strange, seems to be working fine for me. Would it be possible to get a screenshot?

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randoem

Yeah, sure. As you can see, the song "Changes" from the playlist is playing, but in the list, the song isn't highlighted. But only, when I click the green "Play"-Button next to the album cover.

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Peter__
If you click on the album artwork in the bottom left corner, does it highlight the track?

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randoem

nope. I've tried this already.

randoem

Hello? somebody here? The problem's still there.

Peter__
Guessing it doesn't work if you press the background behind the now playing track info in the bottom left corner either?

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randoem

No. then it switches to the song, but the song isn't highlighted.

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