I have noticed another bug since version 778. I initially thought this might be the same issue as that other bug I reported regarding “Main Albums” and “Appearances”. But I dont think it is and to explain I use an example where there only is one “Main Artist” and no further appearances.
I have 4 recordings of the Complete Etudes (published in 3 books) for piano by György Ligeti.
Pierre Laurent Aimard
They can be found circeled in attached screenshot:
Just out of curiosity, could you have another look at the “All Recordings” image in your post
and report how “Only complete recordings” is set under “Recordings by …” heading. Is it set to on or off ?
In my case, setting it to on results in many complete performances being missed for totally mysterious reasons . I will post today on that issue. Maybe you could check on you side if you experiment similar problems.
I just checked, and no. The problem I reported yesterday doesn’t get resolved by turning ‘Only complete recordings’ to off. What I see is that albums where an artist is not main artist don’t get marked as ‘In library’ in this artist’s discography (under ‘Appearances’ heading), even if the album most certainly has been added to the library.
This still has not been acknowledged by Roon support.
Thanks for checking, and happy that I hit upon a serious issue. Quite serious in my case since it made me wonder for days about why some recordings appeaed to havesuddenly vanished from my compositions list.
Frankly, I am quite angry about the Roon team having let this bug slip through.
Dou you have any idea about how Roon (or Valence) decides if a recording of a composition qualifies as complete or incomplete ? Has this been explained somewhere ?
This must be what’s plaguing me now. Lots of albums, even those in my local library, no longer show as “in library”. If I look at the album itself it shows it as in my library, but in my main library, or in the library for that artist, the albums are gone.
Just when I thought things had finally stabilized, an, even more severe bug has been introduced.
Propr to finding this thread, I started a restore process. Not expecting that to fix the problem.
That switch is actually at a completely wrong place. It is linked to a composition so one could think it just effects that composition, when in fact it is a general setting that should more logically be placed on the „Settings“ menu…
@dylan maybe pass on to the guys looking into this issue?