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ChrisDev
2005-07-16, 07:40
Hi,
Thought I'd post this is here as it seems like a beginner type question!

I have my music organised in Artist directories with albums underneath each artist. I have an m3u playlist file in each album directory.

If I use the browse music folder option and choose an artist and then an album and hit play, the whole album plays fine and I can use the fwd/rev buttons to move through the tracks. However, if I choose an artist, then album, then a single track and hit play, it plays that track but I get a "Problem: Can't open file for: [next track]" error when I try to move through the tracks using the fwd/rev buttons (or that track finishes).

If I use the down button to choose the next track and hit play, it plays fine.


Is this something I am doing wrong with the way I have my files set-up, or a bug? I don't seem to remember having the problem before moving to beta2.

Any help/sanity advice welcome!

Chris

kdf
2005-07-16, 12:03
Quoting ChrisDev <ChrisDev.1s9ogn (AT) no-mx (DOT) forums.slimdevices.com>:

>
> Hi,
> Thought I'd post this is here as it seems like a beginner type
> question!
>
> I have my music organised in Artist directories with albums underneath
> each artist. I have an m3u playlist file in each album directory.
>
> If I use the browse music folder option and choose an artist and then
> an album and hit play, the whole album plays fine and I can use the
> fwd/rev buttons to move through the tracks. However, if I choose an
> artist, then album, then a single track and hit play, it plays that
> track but I get a "Problem: Can't open file for: [next track]" error
> when I try to move through the tracks using the fwd/rev buttons (or the
> that track finishes).
>
> If I use the down button to choose the next track and hit play, it
> plays fine.

its a known bug:
http://bugs.slimdevices.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1825
=kdf

ChrisDev
2005-07-17, 02:40
Thanks. Glad its not just me. I did a bug search before posting but didn't pull it up.

Chris