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OS: Linux (i686) release 2.6.27-7-generic
There should be some kind of graphical indication on the last track that will play when using "Stop Playing After This Track".
Also... when a track has been selected like that, the option should change from "Stop Playing After This Track" to something like "Don't Stop After This Track"
Sounds more like a wish to me. However, I do agree that this might be useful.
I support this wish. In amarok 1.4 it was already present.
Marking as high as I had several people ask for it.
SVN commit 952163 by seb:
Show a marker for "stop after current track"
M +1 -0 PlaylistActions.h
M +3 -0 PlaylistModel.cpp
M +2 -1 PlaylistModel.h
M +14 -0 view/listview/PrettyItemDelegate.cpp
WebSVN link: http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=952163
for me your fix is not working, instead "stop playing after this track" has no effect at all any more.
This is with revision 952552.
uhhh... I don't know why but it does work now, discard my previous comment, sorry!
I have built r955876 and I also do not see any indicator.
Actually, as someone mentioned in Bug 186564, Stop Playing After This Track no longer works at all.
I started with all fresh config files to check that.
Too bad, after this worked exactly once for me, stop playing after track is back to not working at all. Reopening.
Leo fixed a nasty bug a few minutes ago concerning stop-after-this-track. Can you please recheck with current trunk?
Yep, Leo's commit fixed this one too.