Clicking particular user profiles on Windows 7 crashes Spotify.
Only seems to be affecting 0.9.1.53 version in recent reports.
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UpdatesThis also seems to be affecting Windows 8, and possibly earlier versions of Windows.
2014-01-15: Closing this old bug.
I got the same on client version 0.9.1.53.g876fa9df with Win7.
Its happening for my profile 112107761
For Version 0.9.1.57.ge7405149
On Windows 8
This happens on my friends profile wqhen I view it - thedish17
is there a problem with mine or hers?
Confirm this is still happening, username in this topic causes a client crash meaning they can't even login.
Yo! Both me and my work colleague have had the same problem with my profile.
Spotify Version: 0.9.1.57.ge7405149
OS: Windows 7 Professional
It happens to me when I'm at home on my private computer as well (will edit with info later).
I figured out the problem in my case! :)
Spotify crashed every time I viewed a playlist of mine with the maximum amount of songs (9999 I believe), then instantly shut down.
I deleted the playlist really fast before it loaded (right-click the list, click delete and enter quickly).
Now we have no problems looking at my profile or the playlists :D
It crashes a random time after starting it.
I have no idea if spotify has a (premium user) suport. Havent found one.
I have the same issue, spotify keeps crashing several times an hour if I browse around artists or playlists, it started few days ago when I moved songs into playlists and has gotten worse yesterday and today.
I haven't seen any pattern yet - sometimes when clicking an artist or album link, sometimes when editing playlists.
I am having an issue that is similar, when I launch Spotify I can listen for 2mins and then the whole thing crashes. I am using a MacBook Pro running OSX 10.7.5 I am suprised because Spotify is pretty reliable most of the time.
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