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    Move queue to another player missing?

    Hopefully this is a daft question and I'm just being really unobservant, but I can't find the "Move queue to another player" function.

    (I searched the thread before posting and couldn't find anything relevant, so apologies if I've missed something.)
    Duet x 3, via various hi-fi. LMS running on Raspberry Pi OS (Debian 10) + OMV on a Pi4 (4GB RAM) in an Argon Neo case.

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      When Im looking at the queue. there is an icon showing on my PC for transfer queue to another player. On my phone there isnt enough room for all the icons so that option is on the 3 dots menu on the top right of the screen.
      Nicholas

      RPi4 / piCorePlayer v8.1.0 /Logitech Media Server Version: 8.3.0/ Hifiberry Digi+
      3 Chromecast (2 mini x1 Chromecast Audio) 2 UPNP devices
      also use a Gramofon off platform

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        Originally posted by The Groundsman View Post
        When Im looking at the queue. there is an icon showing on my PC for transfer queue to another player. On my phone there isnt enough room for all the icons so that option is on the 3 dots menu on the top right of the screen.
        Sorry for the duff info.

        I just refreshed my laptop screen and the transfer queue icon is not there now. It's still on my Android phone- I run the Material APK.
        Nicholas

        RPi4 / piCorePlayer v8.1.0 /Logitech Media Server Version: 8.3.0/ Hifiberry Digi+
        3 Chromecast (2 mini x1 Chromecast Audio) 2 UPNP devices
        also use a Gramofon off platform

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          Originally posted by The Groundsman View Post
          I just refreshed my laptop screen and the transfer queue icon is not there now. It's still on my Android phone- I run the Material APK.
          Thanks. That's what I get, too. At least I know I wasn't imagining it :-)
          Duet x 3, via various hi-fi. LMS running on Raspberry Pi OS (Debian 10) + OMV on a Pi4 (4GB RAM) in an Argon Neo case.

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            Originally posted by SpiderJon View Post
            Thanks. That's what I get, too. At least I know I wasn't imagining it :-)
            Odd, I see the same, it was there, refreshed, gone!.

            If I change the URL to layout=mobile, it's there.

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              Originally posted by SpiderJon View Post
              Hopefully this is a daft question and I'm just being really unobservant, but I can't find the "Move queue to another player" function.

              (I searched the thread before posting and couldn't find anything relevant, so apologies if I've missed something.)
              As stated in the release announcement:

              6. Always place 'Transfer queue', 'Scroll to current', and 'Add URL' in main menu.
              Material debug: 1. Launch via http: //SERVER:9000/material/?debug=json (Use http: //SERVER:9000/material/?debug=json,cometd to also see update messages, e.g. play queue) 2. Open browser's developer tools 3. Open console tab in developer tools 4. REQ/RESP messages sent to/from LMS will be logged here.

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                Originally posted by kidstypike View Post
                Odd, I see the same, it was there, refreshed, gone!.

                If I change the URL to layout=mobile, it's there.
                Ah, something has gone wrong. I can see that its missing here as well. Sorry, will fix!
                Material debug: 1. Launch via http: //SERVER:9000/material/?debug=json (Use http: //SERVER:9000/material/?debug=json,cometd to also see update messages, e.g. play queue) 2. Open browser's developer tools 3. Open console tab in developer tools 4. REQ/RESP messages sent to/from LMS will be logged here.

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                  2.9.8 Release

                  Bug fix release, changes:
                  1. Adjust desktop layout code to try to fix Safari issues (#589)
                  2. Fix missing queue menu items (Transfer queue, etc).
                  Material debug: 1. Launch via http: //SERVER:9000/material/?debug=json (Use http: //SERVER:9000/material/?debug=json,cometd to also see update messages, e.g. play queue) 2. Open browser's developer tools 3. Open console tab in developer tools 4. REQ/RESP messages sent to/from LMS will be logged here.

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                    one day we will have AI modules that read the release notes and write the code ...

                    Slowly coming - see co-pilot on Github
                    Paul Webster
                    Author of "Now Playing" plugins covering Radio France (FIP etc), PlanetRadio (Bauer - Kiss, Absolute, Scala, JazzFM etc), KCRW, ABC Australia and CBC/Radio-Canada
                    and, via the extra "Radio Now Playing" plugin lots more - see https://forums.slimdevices.com/showt...Playing-plugin

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                      Originally posted by cpd73 View Post
                      Sorry, but it was removed. Having numbered favourites just seemed odd for a UI controller - gor hardware buttons it makes sense, but not on a multi-player controller.

                      If LMS does not like duplicate URLs, perhaps try adding a hash followed by some text. e.g. if you have "http://server.com/stream.mp3" then try "http://server.com/stream.mp3#Test" The part after the hash should not be sent to the server, so should make no difference to the stream itself, but this might make LMS think this is a new URL.
                      Thanks Craig, no worries on the removal, just curious. I agree with scuttling things that don't make sense for the masses. Thank for the tip on the #.

                      Originally posted by garym View Post
                      If you are talking about duplicate internet radio streams in FAVORITES, one can have duplicates. For example, I have my internet radio streams organized by folder, and I have a folder of "most played" stations. So the favorite and URL in that "most played" folder are duplicates of the same station and URL in one of the other folders. This has never caused a problem.
                      That's weird. I also have my favorites in folders. As an example, say Favorites->Blues->Aardvark Blues, I would try to add the station again (to the root Favorites) LMS would say something like "Aardvark Blues already in favorites"

                      Of course, this is a reminder to try it "just one more time" before posting I'll give it a go again. I am wondering, again with Aardvark example - If it exists, how to duplicate it? I assume play it then add it again.

                      Jim

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                        Originally posted by w3wilkes View Post
                        I have LMS and the music folder with corresponding .pdf on a Windows PC. Using the Material apk on my phone I select the 3 dots and pick more -> select Text files from music folder -> when I select the .pdf I get a blank screen.
                        Finally got time to looking at this, and this will be fixed using MaterialSkin 2.9.9 and APK version 0.2.1 - both still to be released. Currently Material tries to embed the PDF in the current page, which works for desktop but not mobile. Material will no longer do this for android, and instead will open as a URL. The APK will catch this, and if filename endswith ".pdf" it will set the correct file type and then ask Android to handle this. Android should then use whatever PDF handler you have installed to show the file.
                        Material debug: 1. Launch via http: //SERVER:9000/material/?debug=json (Use http: //SERVER:9000/material/?debug=json,cometd to also see update messages, e.g. play queue) 2. Open browser's developer tools 3. Open console tab in developer tools 4. REQ/RESP messages sent to/from LMS will be logged here.

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                          Originally posted by Redrum View Post
                          That's weird. I also have my favorites in folders. As an example, say Favorites->Blues->Aardvark Blues, I would try to add the station again (to the root Favorites) LMS would say something like "Aardvark Blues already in favorites"
                          Can't say for other controllers, or the default skin, but Material will check if the URL already exists - so it could just be Material blocking this. The reason for this is that Material uses the URL presence in favourites to know whether to show "Add to favourites" or "Remove from favourites"
                          Material debug: 1. Launch via http: //SERVER:9000/material/?debug=json (Use http: //SERVER:9000/material/?debug=json,cometd to also see update messages, e.g. play queue) 2. Open browser's developer tools 3. Open console tab in developer tools 4. REQ/RESP messages sent to/from LMS will be logged here.

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                            Originally posted by Redrum View Post
                            Thanks Craig, no worries on the removal, just curious. I agree with scuttling things that don't make sense for the masses. Thank for the tip on the #.



                            That's weird. I also have my favorites in folders. As an example, say Favorites->Blues->Aardvark Blues, I would try to add the station again (to the root Favorites) LMS would say something like "Aardvark Blues already in favorites"

                            Of course, this is a reminder to try it "just one more time" before posting I'll give it a go again. I am wondering, again with Aardvark example - If it exists, how to duplicate it? I assume play it then add it again.

                            Jim
                            I can't add a duplicate favourite either using Material Skin. I haven't tried with default skin.

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                            Living Room: Touch or Squeezelite (Pi3B) > Topping E30 > Audiolab 8000A > Monitor Audio S5 + BK200-XLS DF
                            Bedroom: Radio
                            Bathroom: Radio

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                              Originally posted by Redrum View Post
                              Thanks Craig, no worries on the removal, just curious. I agree with scuttling things that don't make sense for the masses. Thank for the tip on the #.



                              That's weird. I also have my favorites in folders. As an example, say Favorites->Blues->Aardvark Blues, I would try to add the station again (to the root Favorites) LMS would say something like "Aardvark Blues already in favorites"

                              Of course, this is a reminder to try it "just one more time" before posting I'll give it a go again. I am wondering, again with Aardvark example - If it exists, how to duplicate it? I assume play it then add it again.

                              Jim
                              Just tried default skin and sure enough you can have duplicate favourites even in the same folder.

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                              Living Room: Touch or Squeezelite (Pi3B) > Topping E30 > Audiolab 8000A > Monitor Audio S5 + BK200-XLS DF
                              Bedroom: Radio
                              Bathroom: Radio

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                                Hi,

                                I have what seems to be a small bug to report.
                                When adding the parameter $HOST to a weblink in the action.json file, the target link is added to the current location. For example:

                                {
                                "album":[
                                {
                                "title":"Album details",
                                "weblink":"$HOST:5000/LMSalbum#$ALBUMID#$ID"
                                }
                                ],
                                "track":[
                                {
                                "title":"Album details",
                                "weblink":"$HOST:5000/LMSalbum#$ALBUMID#$ID"
                                }
                                ],
                                "system":[
                                {
                                "title":"Player",
                                "weblink":"$HOST:5000/LMSplaylist#$NAME#$ID"
                                }
                                ]
                                }

                                The first two actions work, but the last one results in this adress (concatanation of the material adress + target): "http://192.168.1.177:9001/material/192.168.1.177:5000/LMSplaylist"

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