Playlist update in IE11

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Playlist update in IE11

Postby EDH » 11 Mar 2014, 21:57

If I delete a song from the playlist in Internet Explorer 11, he remains in the playlist.
If I do this with firefox or chrome than the song actually disappears from the playlist. I did this with Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.
I want to use IE because the Metro version and windows phone works fullscreen.
Is there a solution?
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Re: Playlist update in IE11

Postby ACX » 11 Mar 2014, 22:04

Hi EDH, the new 0.3-beta release is coming soon and it will introduce a lot of improvements and fixes. I can confirm you that there is no such problem in the new UI.
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Re: Playlist update in IE11

Postby EDH » 11 Mar 2014, 22:10

That's great news. I also have a berryDAC and DigiBerry waiting for the new release. Can't wait to try these hardware.
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Re: Playlist update in IE11

Postby ACX » 11 Mar 2014, 22:21

They already work flawlessly at the current stage of development (I'm listening through the HiFiBerry DAC right now).
I2S output is definetly the way to go with the Raspberry Pi: also take a look at the very interesting BerryNOS DAC module for RPi, shown on this forum.
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Re: Playlist update in IE11

Postby Midnight » 13 Mar 2014, 22:04

ACX wrote:Hi EDH, the new 0.3-beta release is coming soon and it will introduce a lot of improvements and fixes. I can confirm you that there is no such problem in the new UI.

Hi,
I did not really understand this part:
When the total number of php-fpm processes was exceeding the maximum of 12 units, the daemon restarted the php-fpm service, bringing the total number of processes to the initial 5.

Because there are a number of options inside of php-fpm.conf to control the number of php-fpm processes.
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