Found a bug. When the track starts to play, in playlist it shows by blue waves, lets say i started 3rd track. Then i change playlist to another one, but i still see these waves near the 3rd track in another playlist, which is not playing at the moment.
HI @Cooler ---- Thank you for the post and sharing this observation with us. The feedback is appreciated!
Moving forward, I just ran a quick test on my end to see if I could replicate the behavior mentioned in your report.
Remote = MacBook Air
Endpoint = B&WA7
I built two playlist from a very small local library I have access to and played the 3rd track in the first playlist. I then navigated to the second playlist while the track was playing and did not make the same observations ( i.e “i still see these waves near the 3rd track in another playlist, which is not playing at the moment.”). Screenshots below.
Can you give me some further insight into how you are triggering this behavior? Are your playlists made up of local content? TIDAL content? Both?
Does it still occur after you reboot your core machine?
Note: In your follow up please also be sure to include a brief but _accurate description of your setup so I know what gear you are working with
oh, sorry, forgot to mention, it was in tidal. i can reproduce it like that:
go Genres -> Pop -> Any playlist. Start any track, go back select any other playlist.
Example, original plays Honest
I reproduced that on iMac (core+remote), and on Linux (core) custom server + macbook pro (remote).
Roon v1.4 (build 306)
Thank you for the insight @Cooler, confirming that I was able to reproduce this behavior with your instructions.
Continuing forward, I have opened up a ticket with our QA team for further analysis/testing.
With surprise i realised today, that bug is still there. I have feeling, that it was fixed, or maybe i didnt check it for a while, maybe this is a regression bug.
Can you provide the status of this bug?