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Title: Days and hours
Post by: HaRdLy007 on December 26, 2020, 03:34:49 PM
Is there a way of stopping the playlist from showing days and hours instead of track length when you first load a new folder or a playlist?

https://imgur.com/T7k8Ljd (https://imgur.com/T7k8Ljd)

 
Title: Re: Days and hours
Post by: dro on December 29, 2020, 02:51:03 AM
What WACUP build are you using? As this should have been fixed when using the current build 6800 if it's dynamically generated information as there were cases where it was incorrectly multiplying the length by 1000 which will cause such larger values to be generated.

Also where are you loading the playlists from as it's possible that maybe the information in them to start with is wrong which is why it'd be useful to know where you're accessing them from. As WACUP will just use the information that the playlist provides on loading by default since that's quicker & usually what's in the playlist should be correct.

-dro
Title: Re: Days and hours
Post by: HaRdLy007 on December 29, 2020, 01:44:11 PM
I'm using build 6800. This behaviour only happens when I first add a folder through the Playlist Editor, however after the track is played it shows the proper track length. If I load a saved playlist the behaviour isn't present.

HaRdLy007
Title: Re: Days and hours
Post by: dro on December 30, 2020, 01:15:04 AM
I've tried the action in a number of ways including which local library plug-in is used as well as not having one in use & all of the files are being added correctly. Have also tried it as a single folder or by doing multiple folders so I'm a bit uncertain why it's messing up for you as I can't see anything funny being done on my side.

I'll note that I've tested this against what is going to be the next preview build (hopefully available tomorrow) so if it still shows the issue for you with that then I'll follow-up with you on your PM from today to try to get to the bottom of this.

-dro