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- 14th August 2008 at 7:54 am #14081
I haven’t had time to update FirePlay in a while but all your bug reports are noted and I’m greatful for the community support. The list as of now:
1. False double-clicking
2. Playlist window size (actually I’m thinking of removing it completely)
3. Pause-navigate-unpause starts from the wrong position (annoying)
Feel free to add more to this list. I’ll try to get to it soon.
/Bo15th August 2008 at 2:06 am #14082AnonymousInactive
So, I think I know the answer, but is there any hope of support for us slugs that ripped their library to AAC and not MP3?
-Scott15th August 2008 at 7:30 am #14083EVILRipperParticipant
Technically it’s possible, so I’d say add it to the ToDo list. 🙂15th August 2008 at 11:06 am #14084AnonymousInactive
Technically it’s possible, so I’d say add it to the ToDo list. 🙂
I thought it wasnâ€™t possible to do in flash. But I hope Iâ€™m wrong, I also want to play my ACC-files 🙂
My suggestions to the todo-list 🙂
1. Show “Compilations” as in iTunes and FireFly Client â€“ they just show compilations in an own artist category â€œCompliltationsâ€15th August 2008 at 11:24 am #14085EVILRipperParticipant
A quick google shows me ActionScript 3.0 supports AAC.
Now just hope FirePlay was coded in ActionScript 3.0 instead of 2.0. 🙂18th August 2008 at 6:16 am #14086
A quick google shows me ActionScript 3.0 supports AAC.
Now just hope FirePlay was coded in ActionScript 3.0 instead of 2.0. 🙂
Sorry to say. It was coded in 2.0 to be able to compile as Flash6 to support some older platforms like the Wii.
On the other hand, playing single AAC-encoded files would not be possible anyway, since they have to be served by Flash Media Server, see this page:
And a quote in the article:
I am not in a position able to explain to you why we will not allow 3rd party streaming servers to stream H.264 video or AAC audio into the Flash Player. What I can tell you is that we do not allow this without proper licensing. Refer to Adobe’s friendly Flash Media Server sales staff for more information.
Too bad. It would be nice to be able to support AAC. Perhaps you can use the FireFly Java Client?23rd August 2008 at 12:42 pm #14087AnonymousInactive
This is probably my favourite Firefly client at the moment – I’m even using it over Amarok now. Great work 🙂31st August 2008 at 4:52 am #14088AnonymousInactive
Hello, I am running firefly off of freenas. I have put the fireplay files in my web directory and can load the file at http://ip:85/FirePlay/FirePlay.html
However this does not work and I am left with connecting. I believe this is because rsp info is not found and I cant point it to another directory is there anyway I can change where it looks, and where would it look with firefly on freenas? Thanks!31st August 2008 at 7:25 am #14089AnonymousInactive
I figured it out. For anyone else out there you have to login to your freenas gui. Click Advanced. Click Command. Then type cp -R /whereyouputFirePlay /usr/local/share/my-daapd/admin-root Then click execute. You have to issue the command through this interface I guess, even though I have my self an admin account I still could not do it from a normal ssh session without getting ‘permission denied’13th September 2008 at 12:03 am #14090AnonymousInactive
I had the same problem with no list populating and the header saying “Connecting…”
I switched to Chrome. Checked my IE version -> 6. So I think, as Bo suspected, the bug is in IE and NOT Fireplay.
Cheers to Bo and I hope this cuts down on somepeoples’ frustration!
X18th September 2008 at 12:49 pm #14091AnonymousInactive
I just found this FirePlay and seems to be cool!
I have huge mp3 storage behind (about 20000 songs) on MAC mini and firefly server.
I just looking good DAAP client for Nokia N810. There is some possibilities and I just love FirePlay. Only problem is that, the list updading and handling is quite slow over WI-FI.
Java tool ‘Firefly Client’ uses local cache (copy) from library index. Is it any possibilities to do it same way in FirePlay?18th September 2008 at 1:52 pm #14092
Java tool ‘Firefly Client’ uses local cache (copy) from library index. Is it any possibilities to do it same way in FirePlay?
It is possible, but I don’t like it. I’m not at all fond of having copies at all. The data should be there when requested. If I alter the database, it should reflect so at once in the interface.
Local cache, pfffft. 8-P21st September 2008 at 8:54 pm #14093AnonymousInactive
I love the app but it hasn’t scaled well as my library has expanded. I’m up to 75,000 songs and it takes close to 10 minutes to load the library on start-up. Any thoughts as to how I can speed this up?
A caching feature would be a great help for those with large libraries.
Thanks for all your hard work.25th September 2008 at 1:02 am #14094lokejulGuest
I found a minor bug, but it only shows up on my Wii.
I installed Fireplay on my NV+, and tested with the Opera browser on Wii and with IE and Safari.
On the Wii, on albums with more than 9 songs, the “Nbr” list shows
1; 10; 11; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9
Fortunately, IE and Safari show the correct sort order:
1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11; 1228th September 2008 at 6:35 pm #14095AnonymousInactive
Could we have the time in more than double figures?
I’ve got an hour 12 min track that only shows as 12 mins I’m listening to here.
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