Just trying the new Daily Playlists introduced in the latest release, and there is a fundamental problem with the sourcing of the tracks.
You are assuming that a Subscription service, can provide the tracks for the selection.
So just playing this “Peter Gabriel Mix”, and the selection process has selected tracks from Tidal and Qobuz.
The ones from Tidal play fine, as I have the Tidal Hifi subscription (see below), however the ones selected from Qobuz don’t play and are skipped.
My Qobuz Account doesn’t have any streaming capabilities (see below) and just used for any purchases I have made over the last 8 years I have had a Qobuz account (first purchase was Nov ‘13 so before Roon)
This status is known to Roon, as it comes back as a status on the Qobuz service login - see highlighted status in the Services Settings.
So the Daily Playlist generator needs to take this status flag into account when sourcing the tracks from the available services, so the tracks selected for the mix can be played and the integrity of the playlist is retained.
I suspect this wasn’t picked up during QA testing or with the Alpha testers, as all accounts there would have full Tidal and Qobuz accounts, so this situation would not of been met.
Also, could this capability not source the tracks from my local library first, then a steaming service?