[mythtv-users] MythMusic double adding music...

marcus hall marcus at tuells.org
Sun Mar 9 22:51:23 UTC 2014

On Sun, Mar 09, 2014 at 11:16:03PM +0100, Hika van den Hoven wrote:
> Just a wild though when I read this. Are you using a remote and is you
> repeat interval set to sharp, making myth receive the command twice. I
> don't have those settings at hand. But to test it, press the button
> longer and see if it enters the album twice.

Good suggestion..  But, I would expect that this should add all of the tracks
of the album twice in order, that is track 1, track 2, ... , then repeat
track 1, track 2, ... .  But, what I see is track 1, track 1, track 2, track 2,

On Sun, Mar 09, 2014 at 10:20:48PM +0000, Paul Harrison wrote:
> Yeah I saw it myself while testing earlier today. Just not figured
> out what triggers it.
> Are you using 0.27-fixes or master?


I did just reproduce the problem!  Music was playing, navigated to an album,
pressed SELECT on the album, then chose add tracks.  Hmm.. This isn't
consistent either..  I hit select on each song in the tree view and one of
the instances disapeared from the playlist.  Then I selected a different
album and hit SELECT, then add tracks and the previous album disappeared from
the playlist and the new album tracks were added once.  So, I removed the
tracks by de-selecting from the tree, went back to the previous album, SELECT
and add tracks and the tracks were duplicated.  Now back to the next album
SELECT and add tracks and these tracks were added twice too.  I'm pretty sure
that after this I looked at the screen and the tracks displayed in the tree
view were duplicated (certainly related to adding them twice)..  Went to a
different album and back and the tracks appeared only once...

It's a slippery problem for sure.  At this point, I no longer feel that the
SELECT has much to do with it, but I was just trying to be predictable in
what sequence I was keying in..  Still a mystery.

marcus hall
marcus at tuells.org

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