I was using a Kindle Fire to have a full-featured remote because my iPad died.
The Kindle Fire now has the features of my iPhone, which does not allow for any editing. Need to use a laptop now for any type of editing or library management.
Bookmarks is more difficult to access on the iPhone app
Scrolling through covers in Tags or Bookmarks is jumpy. And if you click on a title and click the back button, it seems to take you to an arbitrary place in the list. You need to rescroll to get to where you were. Not convenient.
Anyone else having the feeling that the sound quality has changed? Was there any changes to RAAT or something that could achieve this? To me it sounds more detailed and crisp now and the overall sound is somehow a little louder. I don’t have any DSP or volume levelling activated.
@Occamsrazor On your iPhone select the three lines top left, then scroll down and select settings, then at the top of the screen select setup, then select Theme then select dark. Same process on a Mac just select settings from the menu on the left.
I would take time to explore and live with it and get used to it.
I’m generally happy with the new look and feel. I do have some concerns that I’ll comment on when I’ve had more time with it. But isn’t anyone else experiencing tremendous latency on search and other basic functions that hit Roons back end servers? I’m assuming it just that all of us are playing with the new toy and this hitting the servers hard. Almost unusable for now. Hopefully better tomorrow
For me personally for 2 to about 10 disks the previous version though not ideal was acceptable. Once it was past that it started to become unusable unless you had a photographic memory. 1.8 actually makes it worse as the baby has been thrown out with the bathwater for small box-sets. For larger ones you still need a photographic memory but now you also need precise mouse motor skills instead of a click or a tap. The only reason I can imagine for this clumsy change was to accommodate all the other clumsy UI changes.