Created attachment 65108 [details]
Before clicking last item is a web radio
Version: 2.4.3 (using KDE 4.7.2)
This is a nasty bug present since many versions, not sure how no one has fixed it yet.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. add in the playlist some local mp3 AND one web radio stream
2. disconnect from internet
3. play one mp3
4. try to play the web stream
web stream fails to play (ofc) but the info in the playlist are overwritten taken from the previous mp3 played (see screenshot)
no info overwritten
Created attachment 65109 [details]
Last item info are overwritten!
You are aware that this is a display problem, no info is overwritten in a web stream, we couldn't even do that :)
Which phonon-backend are you using?
(In reply to comment #2)
> You are aware that this is a display problem, no info is overwritten in a web
> stream, we couldn't even do that :)
> Which phonon-backend are you using?
I was obviously talking about Amarok playlist not the web stream, like the category where I filed the ticket.
Said this: I think I use GStreamer, at least this is the only one present under sound system
Could you please test with the phonon-backend-vlc as well?
All bug reports about streams go in the streams category.
(In reply to comment #4)
> Could you please test with the phonon-backend-vlc as well?
Got a nice Amarok crash while changing the backend, but this is an unrelated issue.
Seems I am not able to reproduce the issue with phonon-backend-vlc.
That's what I suspected, this is a problem with the Phonon backend. Now if you could also tell us which version of the backend you are using, that would be perfect.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 272243 ***
Phonon GStreamer backend v4.5.1
Ubuntu seems using old version for some odd reason and try to cheat the package manager on the version too
There is no cheat, it is the KDE version it is shipped with. Also 4.5.1 is not that old :)
(In reply to comment #6)
> That's what I suspected, this is a problem with the Phonon backend. Now if you
> could also tell us which version of the backend you are using, that would be
> *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 272243 ***
Actually I wanted to post it here :(
To not that my problem is a little different:
I DO get the info, those are just overwritten if I try to play the stream while
Not sure the two issues are related.
Well, since you can't reproduce ti with the vlc backend it is clearly related.