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Joe Hickey
2005-06-14, 13:41
This is how the digest is now appearing for me, it is unusable.

What should I do?
Running Mac OS Tiger and Mail
Many thanks,

Joe Hickey

On 14 Jun 2005, at 20:00, discuss-request (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com wrote:

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> Does this help?
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> http://www.slimdevices.com/su_faq.html#troubleshooting-anothercopy
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>
> --
> kevin
>
>
>
>
>
> I have been having a problem since 6.0.1 (I am on 6.0.3 now), where
> one
> playlist doesn't start playing properly. I press Play on the web
> interface or remote, and the songs queue up properly, the first one
> displays, the red "play" arrow is lit, etc., but nothing actually
> starts playing. To get it to play, I need to do one of the following:
>
> 1. Fast forward to the next song
> 2. Click on the first song in the list in the web interface
> 3. Press stop, then play.
>
> I am using iTunes, but I have also tried not using itunes and I get
> the
> same behavior with an exported version of this playlist. I normally
> shuffle it by song, but the shuffle state doesn't affect the behavior.
> There are 5400 songs in the playlist, but nothing else unusual about
> it. All my other playlists work fine. I just tried completely
> recereating the playlist from scratch, no change.
>
> Any ideas? I don't want to file a bug if it's just me being stupid
> somehow.
>
>
> --
> superbad
>
>
>
>
>
> Perfect - that seems to have sorted it - many thanks
>
>
> --
> Dr Spanner
>
>
>
>
>
> I think we need to clarify just a bit on the Yahoo Service Launchcast;
> The subscription service allows you to download the DRM protected
> music
> that will only work if you keep your subscription, but along with the
> subscription service you can listen to their Internet Streaming music
> stations called Launchcast Radio Plus. I do not see how the
> Launchcast
> Radio Plus is any different than shoutcast, 365 that have subscription
> services and free streams. Sounds like a great opportunity for a
> third
> party developer to write a plugin!!
>
>
> --
> Mike in IL
>
>
>
>
>
> I have heard this sound.
> sort of a two-part brip-brap "fart".
>
> I do not own the same speakers as you do, so we can
> probably rule that out.
>
> I suspect it is a surge from a large electrical device
> somewhere (A/C, elevator, ?) but I have not been
> able to track it down.
>
>
> --
> jaw
>
>
>
>
>
> I see a lot of confusion in bugzilla regarding CUE sheet processing.
> I'm wondering how CUE sheet processing is intended to operate in the
> most current versions of SlimServer and what bugs may still exist
> (which is damned tough to tell by reading the bugzilla comments).
>
> Is it intended that a CUE sheet that references multiple files be
> parsed for tag-like info? If so, why, rather than looking only at
> tags
> within the individual files?
>
> If both data in internal tags and an external CUE sheet reference a
> file, what happens? Obviously this is a potential source for
> conflicts
> in the resulting data.
>
>
> --
> JJZolx
>
> Jim
>
>
>
>
>
> jaw Wrote:
>
>> I have heard this sound.
>> sort of a two-part brip-brap "fart".
>>
>>
>
> I'm pretty certain it's not coming from Squeezebox's audio outputs. If
> it's the noise I'm thinking of, it's the 802.11 traffic being
> picked up
> by the amplifier inside the speakers.
>
> Try disconnecting the analog outputs and turn up the volume on the
> speakers to test.
>
>
> --
> seanadams
>
>
>
>
>
> It's definitely related to wireless RF as Sean suggests. When I had
> Cambridge Soundworks speakers connected to the SB2 in my bedroom, I
> did
> not experience this problem at all. However, I did experience it on a
> pair of headphones that I plugged in, leading me to believe that I had
> a faulty headphone jack. About a week later I swapped the white
> Cambridge Soundworks speakers with a set of black Altec Lansings (for
> purely aesthetic reasons) and immediately noticed the problem with the
> new speakers (which evidently are not as well-shielded as the
> Cambridge
> Soundworks speakers). I finally clued into what was causing the
> problem
> when I switched off the SB2, causing the clock screensaver to display.
> I noticed a clicking sound coming from the speakers that was in
> perfect
> sync with the changing seconds on the clock display. Since this gets
> remotely updated from the server every second, I assumed the problem
> had something to do with the wireless connection. I disconnected the
> external RF antenna, which caused my signal strength to go from 96% to
> 80%, but which also elminiated the RF interference with the
> speakers/headphones.
>
> Dean
>
>
> --
> rds
>
>
>
>
>
> On 13-Jun-05, at 6:19 PM, JJZolx wrote:
>
>
>>
>> I see a lot of confusion in bugzilla regarding CUE sheet processing.
>> I'm wondering how CUE sheet processing is intended to operate in the
>> most current versions of SlimServer and what bugs may still exist
>> (which is damned tough to tell by reading the bugzilla comments).
>>
>> Is it intended that a CUE sheet that references multiple files be
>> parsed for tag-like info? If so, why, rather than looking only at
>> tags
>> within the individual files?
>>
>> If both data in internal tags and an external CUE sheet reference a
>> file, what happens? Obviously this is a potential source for
>> conflicts
>> in the resulting data.
>>
>>
>
> Short answer, all of the above. I have seen requests for cue
> sheets to
> override track metadata for singe files AND for multiple files. The
> files used to be listed, along with the cue sheet data and some users
> took great offense to the duplicate entries, so they were removed.
> Now, as you know, there is a request to have the audio file listed as
> well.
>
> There is always a down side to being so customer driven as SlimServer:
> there is always a customer who wants it to be done differently. I'm
> all for picking a function and telling everyone else to just deal with
> it, but I'm not in charge :)
>
> Like many other issues, this one is looking for the miracle global
> solution. if you have ideas, please feel free to bring this into the
> developers forum.
>
> -kdf
>
>
>
>
>
>
> what's the difference with the "regular" case ?
>
> just the outfit or internals too ?
>
> THANKS
>
>
> --
> kronos
>
>
>
>
>
> kewl, are youmaking progress ?
>
> =)
>
>
> --
> kronos
>
>
>
>
>
>
> On Jun 13, 2005, at 8:38 PM, kronos wrote:
>
>
>>
>> what's the difference with the "regular" case ?
>>
>> just the outfit or internals too ?
>>
>> THANKS
>>
>>
>> --
>> kronos
>>