[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 351597] Re: Stop playing when play queue empty

Andrew Conkling andrew at andrewski.net
Mon Mar 30 16:00:07 BST 2009

This was a bug in past versions, but was fixed last October. It's possible you're still using a version that predates that fix though; which version are you using?
Also, as I just mentioned upstream, there is some unintuitive behavior that happens with the Play Queue:
> There are two cases of how to handle playback once the Play Queue empties.
> Case 1: Banshee is stopped; items are added to the Queue:
> 1. When you press Play, Banshee will play items from the Queue.
> 2. When the Queue is empty, playback will stop.
> Case 2: Banshee is playing from a source (e.g. Music Library, a playlist); items are added to
> the queue:
> 1. When the current song finishes, playback switches to the Queue.
> 2. When the Queue is empty, playback will return to the previous source.
> To stop playback when using the Queue, the only way I know to do that is to
> make sure Banshee is stopped before starting the Queue, which (for me) has
> meant restarting Banshee. Pausing will not work, because the playback source is
> still marked "active" when the Queue takes over.

** Changed in: banshee (Ubuntu)
       Status: Invalid => Fix Released

** Also affects: banshee via
   Importance: Unknown
       Status: Unknown

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