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"pause after this song" does not work. #2604

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sk0g opened this Issue Jun 26, 2017 · 14 comments

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sk0g commented Jun 26, 2017

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Arch Linux (Manjaro 17.0.1 KDE Plasma 5.35.0)

Issue Descriptions:

When you have a queue of songs, the pause after this song option does nothing. At the end of the song, the next one plays (if there is another song in the queue.)

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. queue songs, by playing an album
  2. select the currently playing song, and in the burger menu press the "pause after this song" option
  3. at the end of the song, the next one will start playing automatically
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kaipot Jun 27, 2017

Used to work for me, but this also just started happening to me (Windows 10).

kaipot commented Jun 27, 2017

Used to work for me, but this also just started happening to me (Windows 10).

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pillravi Jun 28, 2017

When will this update be available? I'm having this issue in 4.3.0 which is currently the latest from the site.

pillravi commented Jun 28, 2017

When will this update be available? I'm having this issue in 4.3.0 which is currently the latest from the site.

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MarshallOfSound Jun 29, 2017

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When will this update be available

Planning on an update this week, it's a complicated process with lots of manual steps though so no promises.

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MarshallOfSound commented Jun 29, 2017

When will this update be available

Planning on an update this week, it's a complicated process with lots of manual steps though so no promises.

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KS2Problema Jul 26, 2017

I started having this issue several weeks ago. Just installed the 4.4.0 update but it didn't fix any of my problems. Even though it was glitchy (presumably because of GPM sticking the front of the 'next' song on the end of the current song, leaving a second or three of interrupted music from that next track), I nonetheless used it all the time. TBH, I consider pause and the remote two of the best features.

(Although the ability to choose output device is really killer -- but I haven't had to use it [and don't actually know it works!] since I finally broke down and switched around my rig to use my good converters as Win default.)

KS2Problema commented Jul 26, 2017

I started having this issue several weeks ago. Just installed the 4.4.0 update but it didn't fix any of my problems. Even though it was glitchy (presumably because of GPM sticking the front of the 'next' song on the end of the current song, leaving a second or three of interrupted music from that next track), I nonetheless used it all the time. TBH, I consider pause and the remote two of the best features.

(Although the ability to choose output device is really killer -- but I haven't had to use it [and don't actually know it works!] since I finally broke down and switched around my rig to use my good converters as Win default.)

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pillravi Jul 27, 2017

@KS2Problema, you bring up another good point - how the feature, when it worked, played the beginning of the next song before pausing. I don't think it is the fault of GPM, however, but rather a separate bug with GPMDP. Case in point, if a user plays a single song from an album, the beginning of the next track does not play. I suppose we must wait until the bugfix for #2604 is released, then see if the glitch still affects the "Pause after this song" feature, at which point, if it does, we can open a new issue.

pillravi commented Jul 27, 2017

@KS2Problema, you bring up another good point - how the feature, when it worked, played the beginning of the next song before pausing. I don't think it is the fault of GPM, however, but rather a separate bug with GPMDP. Case in point, if a user plays a single song from an album, the beginning of the next track does not play. I suppose we must wait until the bugfix for #2604 is released, then see if the glitch still affects the "Pause after this song" feature, at which point, if it does, we can open a new issue.

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pillravi Jul 27, 2017

I just downloaded and tested this issue with 4.4.0. #2604 is not resolved.

pillravi commented Jul 27, 2017

I just downloaded and tested this issue with 4.4.0. #2604 is not resolved.

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KS2Problema Jul 29, 2017

The bit of the next song glued to the currently ending song is, indeed, a problem in Google's Chrome-browser based application, as well. It started when they introduced gapless play. (Which really is a nice feature; tradeoffs, eh?) In my experience, on my system, the next-song-glitch seems to occur if the next song is changed (or, in GPMDP, paused) in the last half-minute to minute.

KS2Problema commented Jul 29, 2017

The bit of the next song glued to the currently ending song is, indeed, a problem in Google's Chrome-browser based application, as well. It started when they introduced gapless play. (Which really is a nice feature; tradeoffs, eh?) In my experience, on my system, the next-song-glitch seems to occur if the next song is changed (or, in GPMDP, paused) in the last half-minute to minute.

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pillravi Sep 5, 2017

Still not working in v. 4.4.1 on OSX 10.12.6.

pillravi commented Sep 5, 2017

Still not working in v. 4.4.1 on OSX 10.12.6.

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egorshulga Sep 22, 2017

Windows 10, v4.4.1: does not work as well

egorshulga commented Sep 22, 2017

Windows 10, v4.4.1: does not work as well

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kion Nov 21, 2017

Ubuntu 17.10 here. Player version 4.4.1. Issue is still present.

kion commented Nov 21, 2017

Ubuntu 17.10 here. Player version 4.4.1. Issue is still present.

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bdcarr Feb 23, 2018

Windows 10, v4.5.0. Been seeing this issue since I first installed GPMDP (v4.4.0), still occurring.

bdcarr commented Feb 23, 2018

Windows 10, v4.5.0. Been seeing this issue since I first installed GPMDP (v4.4.0), still occurring.

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pilot51 Mar 3, 2018

I just discovered GPMDP and like it a lot. I was excited to see this feature because I would often wait until a song finished and pause before stepping away. Unfortunately, it doesn't work, as described in the issue description. I'm on Linux Mint 18.3.

pilot51 commented Mar 3, 2018

I just discovered GPMDP and like it a lot. I was excited to see this feature because I would often wait until a song finished and pause before stepping away. Unfortunately, it doesn't work, as described in the issue description. I'm on Linux Mint 18.3.

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pillravi Jun 11, 2018

This feature is still non-functional on MacOS 10.13.4 using GPMDP 4.5.0

pillravi commented Jun 11, 2018

This feature is still non-functional on MacOS 10.13.4 using GPMDP 4.5.0

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JonnoN Sep 1, 2018

not working in windows 7 64-bit, 4.6.1

JonnoN commented Sep 1, 2018

not working in windows 7 64-bit, 4.6.1

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