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    > I'm unable to search Qobuz from the material skin.

    I can confirm this. The click() function would simply return if an item
    was of type search. Search items must be treated somewhere else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by netchord View Post
    I'm unable to search Qobuz from the material skin. i'm using a Synology DS216J NAS, and LMS 7.9.2. i've tried Chrome and Safari and neither works. click the search option in the Qobuz plugin and nothing happens. reverting to the default skin works fine.

    it doesn't work on Mobile either.
    I can verify this. The "Search" button for Qobuz no longer works - nothing happens. I had to flush all cookies and browsing data first however, and refresh the tab running the Material skin - and then it no longer worked using the 0.9.1 release.

    Aside from that, question: is it possible in a future release for the Qobuz Search option to work more like the Search option in Spotty, where I can see a some kind of list of prior text searches? Is this something that would have to be added to the Qobuz plugin itself?

    Anyway, thank you Craig for all your hard work - it certainly shows, what a fabulous job you have done.
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    > Aside from that, question: is it possible in a future release for the
    > Qobuz Search option to work more like the Search option in Spotty, where
    > I can see a some kind of list of prior text searches? Is this something
    > that would have to be added to the Qobuz plugin itself?


    Yes, that's a feature of the individual services. Not available everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > Aside from that, question: is it possible in a future release for the
    > Qobuz Search option to work more like the Search option in Spotty, where
    > I can see a some kind of list of prior text searches? Is this something
    > that would have to be added to the Qobuz plugin itself?


    Yes, that's a feature of the individual services. Not available everywhere.

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    Thank you for the info Michael.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > I'm unable to search Qobuz from the material skin.

    I can confirm this. The click() function would simply return if an item
    was of type search. Search items must be treated somewhere else?
    Yeah, search is handled differently - as its not a clickable area, it should be a text field, and search performed upon pressing return.

    I assume Qobuz search worked with 0.9.0? Is the search in the 1st level of Qobuz items (i.e. in the list of items after entering the Qobuz app)? Does this list allow toggling from grid to list? i.e. is the "Toggle view" button in the sub-toolbar, or in the main 3-dotted menu on the right in the upper toolbar?

    For 0.9.1 I changed some code so that the view recycler is used more often - as this is much quicker when changing from list to grid, and back. I'm thinking this change might be the cause of the issue.

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    > Yeah, search is handled differently - as its not a clickable area, it
    > should be a text field, and search performed upon pressing return.


    Oh, that might explain it: Qobuz is another of those implementations
    which uses icons, resulting in a grid view. Is search covered for grids?

    > I assume Qobuz search worked with 0.9.0? Is the search in the 1st level
    > of Qobuz items (i.e. in the list of items after entering the Qobuz app)?


    Yes, 1st level.

    > Does this list allow toggling from grid to list? i.e. is the "Toggle
    > view" button in the sub-toolbar, or in the main 3-dotted menu on the
    > right in the upper toolbar?


    Yes, it can be toggled. But Search still wouldn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post

    > Does this list allow toggling from grid to list? i.e. is the "Toggle
    > view" button in the sub-toolbar, or in the main 3-dotted menu on the
    > right in the upper toolbar?


    Yes, it can be toggled. But Search still wouldn't work.
    No, then it won't work. To speed up the recyler, I removed as many "if" clauses as possible - as I mainly want the recylcer for lists of the same type. So, when this is used, the search part is not wired in. I think I might see the error. Can you edit "browse-resp.js" and move line 341 ("types.add(i.type);") to line 340 - (i.e so that it is now before the closing bracket, not after).

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    ..obviously the above edits would be for the non-minified git checkout version, not the released code...

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    > No, then it won't work. To speed up the recyler, I removed as many "if"
    > clauses as possible - as I mainly want the recylcer for lists of the
    > same type. So, when this is used, the search part is not wired in. I
    > think I might see the error. Can you edit "browse-resp.js" and move line
    > 341 ("types.add(i.type);") to line 340 - (i.e so that it is now before
    > the closing bracket, not after).


    Yes, that would work. I'd no longer get the grid view, but a text input
    for search instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > No, then it won't work. To speed up the recyler, I removed as many "if"
    > clauses as possible - as I mainly want the recylcer for lists of the
    > same type. So, when this is used, the search part is not wired in. I
    > think I might see the error. Can you edit "browse-resp.js" and move line
    > 341 ("types.add(i.type);") to line 340 - (i.e so that it is now before
    > the closing bracket, not after).


    Yes, that would work. I'd no longer get the grid view, but a text input
    for search instead.
    Great! I'll commit this for the next release, thanks for the confirmation. Silly typo...

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