Interruption of playback by Track Properties < and >

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chrisjj
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Interruption of playback by Track Properties < and >

Post by chrisjj »

I find when Track Properties < or > moves off the playing track, playback is interrupted. E.g.

1) Double-click a track
2) SHIFT-ENTER
3) Click '>'

Playback is interrupted. (MM V 2.5.5.996 on Win XP SP2)

It this a known bug? Or just me? ;)

Thanks.
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Post by Teknojnky »

its a known problem that should be much improved with mm 3.x when it comes out.
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Post by chrisjj »

Aha. Thanks. OOI, where did you find this info? E.g. is there a list of known problems I can check before asking here?
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Post by Teknojnky »

There is no official list of issues or wishes (other than the older 'official' wishlist stickied in the wishlist forum). The dev's usually respond to isses/requests as they can here or if you need direct support you can always email them support a t mediamonkey dot com.

That said, I believe it has been mentioned that in the near future some type of bug/feature tracker will be in place to make it easier to know what is problems/requested.
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Post by chrisjj »

OK, so

>> where did you find this info?

;)
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Post by Teknojnky »

The FAQ and Search would be the best places to start.

Alternatively you can browse the forums and/or look up rusty/jiri/peke and search for their posts as they are some of the main devs that post and you will pick up bits of info.

As I stated earlier, there is nothing else, other than the FAQ to show what are generally known issues and/or suggestions/wishes.
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Post by chrisjj »

Thanks, but I was asking where /you/ found the info.
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Post by Lowlander »

The info can be found found on [url=http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum] where there are many topics dedicated to this subject. So if you don't want to take Peke's (and mine too) word for this you can search the forum.
Lowlander (MediaMonkey user since 2003)
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