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 on: February 08, 2016, 07:36:42 pm 
Started by BertD - Last post by BertD
Also I leave W10 Services On

That's different... turned them ON too and see what happens or not!  Happy

Bert

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 on: February 08, 2016, 03:47:02 pm 
Started by boleary - Last post by PeterSt
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Btw, same for .LBRY files (like for the Galleries), but this is more vague because these days they should be stored on the Music Server.

No, they are not in order, as the .LBRY files of these are caches (copies of what the Library Area shows). This would be true though :
When the contents of the Library Area grows somewhat larger (I don't know at this moment but say more that 500 Items) then they are only "enumerated" when you click Search (explicitly). Otherwise the contents is obtained from a .LBRY file where the last "Search click" cause that file to emerge (for its contents). So what now happens is that you put 10 tracks to the Demo Gallery (since the last RAM Boot) *and* you clicked that Search to refresh the cache (that's what it comes down to) and when you shut down and reboot later, this cache is old again and a Search is again required.
So what's actually needed is that once in a while you boot into the BASE version and click Search in there (for each of the Galleries you maintain).
Is this convenient ? no of course. So one can say that I indeed forgot those too.

Will be solved for the next version (2.06).
Peter

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 on: February 08, 2016, 03:05:26 pm 
Started by boleary - Last post by boleary
Thanks Peter. Given the complexity it's really a small thing to overlook! Will manage till next XX version comes out by making playlist changes in the base OS.

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 on: February 08, 2016, 02:44:53 pm 
Started by BertD - Last post by PeterSt
Bert,

I am sure it doesn't help as I tested it before and then it did not help, but will all the combinations of (unknown) things ... my situation for the past weeks is that I don't shut down the LAN while playing. Also I leave W10 Services On.
I did not (need to) reboot my Audio PC since the day the RAM-OS Disks went out. So 3 weeks or so now.

Peter

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 on: February 08, 2016, 02:40:59 pm 
Started by boleary - Last post by PeterSt
What Alain just rightfully reminded me of, is that no matter what, in MinOS the message is there anyway (after whatever certain time). So even if you are activated.
It doesn't bother me (as it shines through only vaguely). And when in Unattended nothing of it shows. Wink

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 on: February 08, 2016, 02:37:17 pm 
Started by boleary - Last post by PeterSt
That one indeed eh ...
(sorry that I asked the question but I wondered since I didn't think it was used much by people)

But Yes, I now see what I forgot ...
Quite stupid. So at some stage I sat down to adjust the particular code of saving things and I still remember that I thought "oh, not so much actually". But back then I looked in my Audio PC with one of the OSes new in there and there just wasn't anything (these are .PLXX files). And so I never made code to copy them back to the BASE OS.
Btw, same for .LBRY files (like for the Galleries), but this is more vague because these days they should be stored on the Music Server.
Ehm, if you have one, which you don't.
wacko

I don't want to talk you into things you don't like, but if you want, you can copy these files yourself :

- Rightclick at Stop - Choose Attach BASE Volume (after inserting the Disk).
- After it's attached, you will find your XXData Folder (those files are in there) on Drive X:.
- Copy the files of concern from C: (XXData folder) to X: (XXData folder).
- When done, Detach BASE Volume.

Thank you for pointing this out !
grr
Peter

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 on: February 08, 2016, 02:02:33 pm 
Started by BertD - Last post by BertD
I was just kicked out again so changing the date did not help... took a long time though and for the first time playing (probably unrelated) unattended again.

Still playing and no way to shut it down remotely...  unhappy

Bert

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 on: February 08, 2016, 01:33:23 pm 
Started by boleary - Last post by boleary
Yes, the combo box on lower right of screen is where all of my playlists are listed. Just beloe the box is the "Save" button.

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 on: February 08, 2016, 01:31:08 pm 
Started by boleary - Last post by boleary
I think you are right Peter, I'll check tonight when I will initially boot from the base before going into the RAM version. Like Alain said, it really is no problem, just wanted to make sure. Thanks!

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 on: February 08, 2016, 01:19:17 pm 
Started by boleary - Last post by AlainGr
While I know that the question is not addressed to me, I can say that it takes less than 24 hours to trigger that activation thing, but a reboot does the trick Happy It does not really bother me. Anyway, I experienced this with Windows 8 also and my copy was activated, so... No real problem for me Happy

Alain

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