Newish i7 Thinkpad. 16Gb RAM. Being used both as core and remote
Google Nest WiFi (mesh wifi)
Buchardt A500 with WiSA hub
I am experiencing a lot of random crashes on a newish i7 Thinkpad which is being used as both a core and a remote on a wifi mesh network. All content is Qobuz, no local content. I am away from home and this is how I normally use roon when away from home. At home I normally have a separate core and remote on a fixed ethernet network and local content as well. This instability has only occurred since the new 1.8 (903) release.
There are no scroll bars on numerous editing screens with Windows 11. This seems to be all over the place but an example is the album editor.
Scrolling of the queue has all sorts of problems. I used to be able to enter the “played” queue using an up arrow. Now I just get a rapidly flashing “upcoming” button. After two or three attempts at entering the queue with an up arrow roon will crash.
I can get into the queue using the trackpad and finger gestures but then if I try to scroll up and down with up/down arrows the scrolling is very jerky, eventually the screen starts rapidly flashing. Roon will also crash after a few attempts at navigating the queue this way.
If I am playing some music and then try to navigate to an artist/album or other part of the roon menu system, especially any attempt to edit, the current screen in focus will start rapidly flashing and roon will then crash.