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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_musicbrainz
Last post by Black_Over_Bills_Mothers -
Many thanks for keeping trying to fix this. Yes, it did happen with 1.6.5 but not immediately, maybe 1-2 days after so I didn't link the two. Also, it's a regular installation. I have just updated to 1.6.6 b1 and not seeing the problem anymore - after extensive usage with both via album ID and artist & album name. I'll try your new version,  hopefully it doesn't return!.

PS. Now you have the code on your mind, any chance of sorting the Date problem ie option to use the ORIGINAL RELEASE DATE year?
3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_skip: skip tracks that match a specified search query
Last post by wcs13 -
Are you sure your mouse single click is not working as double click sometimes?
Hi Rollin. Uninstalling Skip Track solves the issue, and reinstalling Skip Track recreates the issue again.
So it has nothing to do with mouse clicks. It really seems to be related to Skip Track.

Plus I have keyboard shortcuts. I don't use the mouse here. ;)
Let's name tracks : track 1, track 2, track 3.
- Track 1 is playing.
- I press "next".
- Track 2 skips (after about 0.2-0.5 sec - it's very briefly hightlighted but there's no sound), and track 3 plays.
- Then I press "previous".
- Track 2 skips again, and track 1 plays.

I can do that as many times as I want, back and forth, so it's not a double click or a double-press problem.
And if I double click on track 2 directly, it plays without any issues.
Track 2 is perfectly OK : it's a FLAC track, integrity check OK.

It's like foobar doesn't want to play that particular track with "next" or "previous", but it plays it without issues with double click. And it happens only when Skip Track is installed.
And it's not just on one particular track : it happens on a number of tracks without apparent reason.
Audio Hardware / Re: Seeking advice on new active speakers
Last post by ajinfla -
Looking at the Truth B2031A again. How would I connect 2 of them to get stereo? I found a picture of the back and don't see anything other than voltage in and input. Do they only take one "channel" each? (in my case L/R stereo)

They also don't seem to use RCA inputs, what kind of adaptors will I need? I can't figure out the name of the connection they take.

Just trying to make sure I order something I can manage to hook up. Thanks in advance.
The inputs etc are on the bottom of the amp enclosure that protrudes off the back. You'll need either an rca>trs or rca>xlr cable
Support - (fb2k) / Re: FLAC Encoder problem
Last post by kode54 -
As I was suggesting on Discord when asking @thomas04 to report it, I thought it might have something to do with the converter hinting the file length in the intermediate WAV's header from the source file length, which would be wrong due to using a DSP that alters the length.
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