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  • #13901

    Bo Mellberg
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    @mikeds wrote:

    FirePlay is great but I have one bug to report. I guess it’s a bug.
    Why doesn’t all song show up?

    http://forums.fireflymediaserver.org/viewtopic.php?p=18562#18562

    I don’t want the user to have to wait for all songs by default. If you want to do it, you’ll have to shift-select the whole album list yourself.

    #13902

    Anonymous

    I see. I understand the reason. Is it possible to do a smart playlist where length > 1 second? Will it take “forever” also? 🙂

    #13903

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    @mikeds wrote:

    I see. I understand the reason. Is it possible to do a smart playlist where length > 1 second? Will it take “forever” also? 🙂

    Do it! It will not take forever. An early version of FirePlay actually downloaded the whole database before running, just as the FireFlyClient does. It’s slow when you have a lot of music but fast once it’s done.

    #13904

    blamm
    Participant

    Hi Bo,

    You planning to add any playlist editing functionality?

    #13905

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    @blamm wrote:

    Hi Bo,

    You planning to add any playlist editing functionality?

    Yes, I have been trying to visualize it for some time now. The best would be a right click menu. Second best is drag drop.

    For smart lists, the playlist.html version works quite well so perhaps something like that.

    Also, a “scan for new files” button should be there asap.

    #13906

    blamm
    Participant

    Great.

    Do you need any help visualizing? I may be able to help..

    #13907

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    Hmm, I guess we need some “add, remove, edit” buttons for the playlist entries.

    For the smart playlists I’ll just copy the look of the existing wizard.

    #13908

    blamm
    Participant

    Shall I’ll do another mockup?

    #13909

    blamm
    Participant

    To prevent the interface from becoming cluttered, perhaps there should be an edit mode that once activated allows you to see delete and add buttons on playlist items (to delete or add them to other playlists) and edit and delete buttons on the playlists themselves. Also drag and drop

    #13910

    auto

    first thing i would like to do is say thanks this is a great app

    but i seem to be haveing a problem when i try to ssh to the server. i get the flash page and it say its conecting but thats all

    my command line for ssh is ssh -L 9110:server:3689 serve

    i have spent the pass 2 weeks goggleing and reading all i can read on ssh.
    i think i am missing something simple.

    thanks agian for this great app
    and thanks for any help

    #13911

    blamm
    Participant

    Hi Bo.

    A couple of playlist edit mockups for you to consider. Dont know how much of this is possible but…

    The first one shows editing a playlist. The edit icons only appear when you hover over a playlist name (notice the highlight) or select it (notice I am hovering over a playlist that hasn’t been selected). Delete icon appears for all playlists and clicking it requires confirmation before the playlist is removed. If its a smart playlist the edit icon appears too. Clicking this puts you into a smart playlist wizard.

    The second one shows how playlist items might be removed or added (here fireplay is showing the content of my “swing rocks” static playlist). Again the icons only appear when you hover over an item or select it. If the playlist selected is smart then only the add icon appears. Clicking “add” pops up a list of the static playlists from which you choose the one you want to add the item to. Multiple selects are possible. Clicking delete removes it from the current playlist

    Of course this can all be supplemented by drag and drop.

    #13912

    loquax

    This thread is amazing, this plugin is amazing. Everything works perfectly for me *except* the display of the static playlists I have on the HP MediaSmart home server. I’ve looked through this thread and haven’t seen anything that addresses this, but please point me in the right direction if I’m wrong.

    All my music is in my “music” share. In order to get playlists working on the Xbox360, I created a “playlist” folder on that share and placed my playlists there, where they are detected and played correctly by the 360 and a Roku (using WMP). Firefly over the internet picks up all my music, but not the existence of the playlists in the music share. Anyone have any suggestions? Does it have to do with the fact that these aren’t iTunes created playlists, but manually edited WMP playlists? Any help would be greatly appreciated, and so is the plugin…

    Thanks.

    #13913

    fizze
    Participant

    i just updated fireplay to the latest version. I am hugely impressed. Mad props once again, and thanks for at last providing a means for my nokia n810 to access firefly. 😀 🙂

    #13914

    Anonymous

    sorry if this has already been asked, but fireplay only says: connecting to http://localhost:3689 and thats it….

    exaile can successfully connect.

    any ideas how to debug? what to check?

    #13915

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    @ovizii wrote:

    sorry if this has already been asked, but fireplay only says: connecting to http://localhost:3689 and thats it….

    exaile can successfully connect.

    any ideas how to debug? what to check?

    Are you running FireFly server on Linux? If you are on windows, the port is 9999.

    Also, you can edit “Fireplay.html” with your own server parameters, using host=www.yourserver.com and port=9999 (or 3689 if you run FF on Linux).

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