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1528 itunes playlist detection inconsistency

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    indiekiduk
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    Fresh install of 1528 running on Vista pointed at C:UsershallMusic which contains the iTunes folder containing the xml file.

    When iTunes has no custom playlists:

    Smart Playlists
    ID Playlist Name Type Action
    1 Library Smart
    22 Music Static (iTunes xml)
    23 Recently Added Static (iTunes xml)
    24 Recently Played Static (iTunes xml)
    25 Top 25 Most Played Static (iTunes xml)

    (from http://localhost:3689/smart.html)

    When a new playlist “untitled playlist” is added to iTunes, and FireFly is restarted:

    Smart Playlists
    ID Playlist Name Type Action
    1 Library Smart
    26 untitled playlist Static (iTunes xml)

    When this new playlist is added why does it no longer pick up the iTunes smart playlists? I expected to see them aswell as my new custom one.

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    rpedde
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    @indiekiduk wrote:

    Fresh install of 1528 running on Vista pointed at C:UsershallMusic which contains the iTunes folder containing the xml file.

    When iTunes has no custom playlists:

    Smart Playlists
    ID Playlist Name Type Action
    1 Library Smart
    22 Music Static (iTunes xml)
    23 Recently Added Static (iTunes xml)
    24 Recently Played Static (iTunes xml)
    25 Top 25 Most Played Static (iTunes xml)

    (from http://localhost:3689/smart.html)

    When a new playlist “untitled playlist” is added to iTunes, and FireFly is restarted:

    Smart Playlists
    ID Playlist Name Type Action
    1 Library Smart
    26 untitled playlist Static (iTunes xml)

    When this new playlist is added why does it no longer pick up the iTunes smart playlists? I expected to see them aswell as my new custom one.

    Bug bug bug. I’ll take a look at it. Something must be whacko in my playlist stuff.

    — Ron

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