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ANSWERED Browsing the music library by album gets 'lost' after a few pages?

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nmkaufman

Version 4.2.1.0 Windows 10 64-bit, browsing with Chrome.

 

This isn't 100% repeatable, and seems to happen randomly.

 

I've noticed while browsing my music library by album, sorted by date added (descending,) after navigating a few pages back it will start generating random pages of albums.

 

I'm pretty sure it's just skipping to a random, deep page but presenting it as, say, page 8.

 

Once this happens, changing pages (in either direction) doesn't work. I have to navigate back to 'music' and start again from the beginning.

 

It seems to happen more quickly if I actually play music, or navigate to an album (leaving the list, momentarily) but sometimes it seems fine for a few more pages.

 

I've noticed this for a a few versions now (in fact, I don't remember it ever working perfectly.)

 

I've tried viewing emby in an incognito window with all plugins disabled, but it doesn't seem to help.

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nmkaufman

I've verified that it will just randomly stop paging back after a random number of pages. Whether I click on anything or not.

 

The sort order doesn't even seem the same everytime, so I think something's actually wrong with sorting by date added. The pages just seem random after the first couple.

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Luke

Hi, this is resolved for the next release. Thanks.

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nmkaufman

Wasn't sure how to describe the issue well enough to search, but you're always 3 steps ahead.

 

Thanks, as usual.

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