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Subject: Re: Playlist grows upon restart
From: Hardeep Sidhu (hardeeps_at_pobox.com)
Date: 2004-03-19


Lucas wrote:

> The playlist was created as follows: There are 3 directories (A,B,C). Let's
> say for this purpose that directories A and B have only one file. Directory
> C has say 10 files. I started the playlist by playing the file in A and then
> inserted the song in B and then 5 of the 10 songs in C. When the playlist
> gets to the 2nd file in C (the 4 song overall), I shutdown and then restart
> my archos. When I look, now the playlist has 12 songs instead of the 7 from
> before (one from A, one from B, and five from C). Those extra 5 songs are
> the songs from C that were not previously included in the playlist.

When you played the file in A, you actually created a new dynamic
playlist that contains all the songs in the directory. Before shutting
down, if you looked at your playlist you would see that it contained 12
tracks and that's exactly what was there when you resumed. If you want
to create a new playlist that only contains one track from a directory,
use ON+PLAY->Playlist->Insert on the track when nothing is playing.

-Hardeep

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