Desktop version : 22.214.171.1243 and 126.96.36.1996
OS : Windows 10
Device : Laptop
To reproduce :
1 - Make a search : (e.g with the word : boat) / On songs results click ; See All
2 - in the results list try to play any song : it plays correctly.
3 - now order the list by Title or Artist or Album...
4 - in the ordered list try to play any song ; it plays the wrong song
Additional Note : It seems that the issue is also happening on Mac Desktop.
As the sorting feature for search results has been removed with the newest update, we'll be marking this as 'Not Right Now'. We have passed this on to the relevant teams and they're aware it.
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All the infos at the beginning of the 1st post !
Whatever the connection !
All troubleshooting done !
Same issue on different computers !
Same issue already reported by other users :
Here : https://community.spotify.com/t5/Desktop-Windows/Song-searched-listing-cannot-be-played-properly/td-p/4571605
Here : https://community.spotify.com/t5/Desktop-Mac/Spotify-sort-by-title-artist-album-time-popularity-then-playing/td-p/4570824https://community.spotify.com/t5/Desktop-Mac/Spotify-sort-by-title-artist-album-time-popularity-then-playing/td-p/4570824
Note : issue only happening during a search
Here : https://community.spotify.com/t5/Desktop-Windows/Song-searched-listing-cannot-be-played-properly/td-...
Here : https://community.spotify.com/t5/Desktop-Mac/Spotify-sort-by-title-artist-album-time-popularity-then...
Device OS: Windows 10 64bit
Spotify version: 188.8.131.523.g34a58dea
Sucessfully reproduced the issue today (22.Sep.2018) on my Macbook Pro running High Sierra (10.13.6).
Spotify is reinstalled today after the update, and issue persists.
I having the same issue,
Device: Macbook Pro late 2015
Operating System: macOS High Sierra 10.13.6
Internet Conection : WiFi and LAN
Spotify Version : 184.108.40.2063.g34a58dea
After search for a song and order by any category, spotify reproduce the wrong song.
Steps to reproduce the bug:
1. Search for any topic (i.e.: "Swing")
2. In the section "Songs" (or in spanish "Canciones") chose the opction "View all" "Ver todas)
3. Here you can play any song and all is OK
4. Order the songs by any category (i.e.: "TITLE" spanish "TÍTULO)
5. Try to play any song.
After order the songs and try to play one, the reproducer does not play the song that you select, insted of, it reproduce the same song that was in that place before order it.
Also I already re-install the App and same happen.
The reproducer shold play the correct song after order it.
Having the same issue too - it extends to adding songs to a playlist too. Instead of adding the song I am trying to add, it adds the wrong song.
Device: Macbook Pro late 2016
Internet Conection : WiFi
Spotify Version : 220.127.116.113.g34a58dea
Guys, it's broken and it's server side. The version was fine a week ago and suddenly started doing this. Updating was not helpful.
Please fix ASAP, I can't use my PAID product.
This is a fatal flaw, completely kills the usefulness of the desktop app.
I am also experiencing this issue. And there are also some other variants:
My guess is that when we launch a track from the track list, the row number in the view is used as index towards the player, instead of the index in the original list, as the list has been sorted and filtered in the view in different ways in both these scenarios.
I have the same issue... sounds crazy to let such issue without correction...
"We'll be keeping an eye for your replies!"
Are you? Really? I see no indication of that happening here.
Spotify: Answer and fix this! I am incensed I can't use my service and even angrier about the apparent lack of effort in fixing this.
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