[mythtv-users] 0.25 Music & Videos Questions
Michael T. Dean
mtdean at thirdcontact.com
Fri Apr 13 17:00:41 UTC 2012
On 04/12/2012 09:14 PM, Scott & Nicole Harris wrote:
>>>> Anyone? Especially question #1. What do I have to do to not have
>>>> to re-select my music every time I go into it?
>>> OK, this is seriously starting to make me drink. I figure the
>>> problem *has* to be that we are now forced to use playlists and I
>>> don't have any playlists set up. So, I dutifully go through and
>>> select a bunch of songs -> Menu -> Playlist Options -> Save to New
>>> Playlist -> name it "My First Playlist" -> OK.
>>> Go to the tree view, scroll down the first level to "Playlists",
>>> there's "My First Play List" with all my selected
>>> songs....YAYYYY!!!!!! -> Select My First Play List -> Replace All
>>> and start listening.....YAYYYYY!!!! x 2
>>> I then reboot (the acid test), go to Media Library -> Play Music ->
>>> "You haven't selected any tracks to play" -> "Are you #%%@^%#
>>> kidding me?" -> Go to first level of tree view (which is also never
>>> remembered, you have to reselect your last view *every* time you
>>> start listening to music) -> Scroll down to "Playlists", "My First
>>> Playlist" -> "** Empty Playlist!! **" -> "Are you #%%@^%# kidding
>>> me?" x 2
>> This works for me. Ubuntu 10.04, mythfrontend version: fixes/0.25
> Well, I'm one step closer. If I want any of my work to be retained, I
> have to be sure to exit mythfrontend, restart mythfrontend, THEN
> reboot the system and changes are retained. If I simply make changes
> then "Exit" from the myth main menu -> "Exit and Reboot", everything
> is gone.
That's because with this approach, you're not cleanly shutting down
mythfrontend, but instead your system uses dbus to tell the OS to shut
down, which kills mythfrontend rather than shutting it down properly.
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