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    Babelfish's Best Boy mherger's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by doctor_big View Post
    how will the results be displayed and gathered? Album artist list will show both local and service artists?
    Correct. That's pretty much the current state. I'd like to have some kind of artist integration, too (to eg. get more albums from an artist), but that's not working yet. Here's a "Random Albums" view with albums from Spotify, TIDAL, Qobuz:

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    (oh, and there's one local album, too :-D)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    Correct. That's pretty much the current state. I'd like to have some kind of artist integration, too (to eg. get more albums from an artist), but that's not working yet. Here's a "Random Albums" view with albums from Spotify, TIDAL, Qobuz:

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    (oh, and there's one local album, too :-D)
    Excellent! I think all albums for an artist would be the most valuable addition


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    Version 8.0 -- ready to test?

    > I think all albums for an artist would be the most valuable
    > addition


    I plan to have a "More on Spotify/Qobuz/TIDAL..." link at the bottom of
    an artist's albums list. Including all would be overwhelming in many
    cases. It's been discussed before.

    I actually thought I had implemented this before, but it seems to be
    broken right now.

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    Thanks, Michael!! I'm a huge Qobuz fan and am really excited about this integration... although the plug-in works well, too.

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    Installed 8 a few hours ago and noticed the plugin AutoDim is no longer working. It was fine with the last version of 7.9.2 I installed the first of the year. Any ideas?
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    Is this reasonably usable? The integration of online and home libraries would be great for me (I use Qobuz mostly, plus my own library). I don't really mind if it breaks occasionally, as most of my music players have a few options for playing music, as long as it's over 50% working!

    I guess my question is: is this pre-alpha (which would be too broken really), or beta or better (which would be fine)?

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    Version 8.0 -- ready to test?

    > Is this reasonably usable?

    Yes. This is not like traditional development where code would be
    developped in some hidden branch, and then published as a version x
    pre-release. It's more like I've taken 7.9, created a new branch, and
    started to add a few features. I could have called it 7.10. Or 7.9.99.

    I'm running LMS8 myself on both my main systems. This should guarantee a
    certain level of stability :-).

    > Installation is just install over 7.9.2? (On a Raspberry Pi)


    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > Is this reasonably usable?

    Yes. This is not like traditional development where code would be
    developped in some hidden branch, and then published as a version x
    pre-release. It's more like I've taken 7.9, created a new branch, and
    started to add a few features. I could have called it 7.10. Or 7.9.99.

    I'm running LMS8 myself on both my main systems. This should guarantee a
    certain level of stability :-).

    > Installation is just install over 7.9.2? (On a Raspberry Pi)


    Yes.

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    > Is there any benefit (beyond the privilege of being a beta tester) for tidal users?

    Yes. Online Music Integration just like Spotify and Qobuz.

    -erf

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    Quote Originally Posted by erf View Post
    > Is there any benefit (beyond the privilege of being a beta tester) for tidal users?

    Yes. Online Music Integration just like Spotify and Qobuz.

    -erf
    As per Michael....

    "The library integration hopefully will work for TIDAL, too. But not at this point. Right now it's Spotify and Qobuz only. As it's all still in heavy development, and TIDAL is an "official" implementation, I preferred to go with those plugins which I maintain as a community developer first."

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    Version 8.0 -- ready to test?

    > "The library integration hopefully will work for TIDAL, too. But not at
    > this point. Right now it's Spotify and Qobuz only. As it's all still in
    > heavy development, and TIDAL is an "official" implementation, I
    > preferred to go with those plugins which I maintain as a community
    > developer first."


    That must be at least two or three weeks old. Totally outdated :-D.
    Tidal support is in.

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