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Once set, the time disappeared after leaving, is this normal?
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This is just an error I mentioned, the other one does not seem to be browser-related, if I set up fade in for songs it uses the same setting for the other file types.
Quote from: Wheslley on November 01, 2017, 10:49:03 AMThis is just an error I mentioned, the other one does not seem to be browser-related, if I set up fade in for songs it uses the same setting for the other file types.That's what is odd, we can't reproduce here in neither of the major browsers... Important note about those settings. Fade in, mix and fade out - if you don't have the checkbox set for those in file type settings, then it will use the setting from the music.For instance, you have Mix set to 3 seconds for the "music" and it's checked. Then if you set Mix to zero in one of the file types, but do not check "Mix" - then the file type will have a mix setting of 3 seconds. The UI will be modified to make this more obvious.
But I also tested different times for the other file types
But I do not like that the panel of the current track and next track will be modified according to the length of the title. I think I should have a fixed size
I find this crossfade very confusing, it does not obey the settings made by me, for example: use fade in for vignettes of 0.1 sec but in live it uses fade in default.