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    bjezus

    On an iMac using OSX 10.5.7, iTunes 8.2, Firefly svn-1586 (‘stable’ nightly)

    My iTunes Music folder is on an external NAS drive, and that’s where I point Firefly – it streams all the music files fine.
    But it doesn’t read my iTunes playlist information – because that’s back on my Mac, in the User/Music/iTunes folder.

    If I point Firefly to my iMac iTunes folder, it reads playlists but not the music files.
    If I point Firefly to my NAS-based iTunes Music folder, it plays the music but not the playlists!

    How can I stream both? (To a Roku SoundBridge Radio.)
    Never had this problem on 10.4/iTunes 7

    As with this guy, viewtopic.php?f=3&t=10215 – when I user a browser to look at Firefly details, it shows Firefly running but Bonjour disabled. That right?

    Cheers from sunny Sydney

    #18634

    fizze
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    Just copy the iTunes.xml over to the NAS 😉
    Bonjour always shows as disabled, so thats alrighty.

    Regards from sunny New York 🙂

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