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Bugs In #playlist Settings?
Aaron #1
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Here's my code...
        <#Playlist width=320 length=500 offset=4 border=0 playlink=fpl.html class=playlist hlclass=highlight removelink=false>

Problems:

1) Offset is not working at all
    - When a song is playing it will not be the 4th song on the list... the list is always starting with the first song.

2) Length is not working as described in the HELP.HTML
  - docs say it will display the entire list if left blank, it does not show the playlist at all...

anyone else see these problems?
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Aaron #2
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READ THIS UPDATE:

Problem is Offset & Length interaction...

Offset only has problem when Length is set to 301 or greater. Setting Length=300 works fine.



I still have problem with no playlist appearing at all if Length is blank.
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Aaron #3
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OK... now I'm frustrated... I tried again and now the limit is 275.

Can anyone please let me know if you can reproduce this? You must create a large playlist... like 400 or greater.
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Saxtus (Administrator) #4
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Your timing makes me think...  :rolleyes:
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Henry (Administrator) #5
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Offset specifies the beginning of the playlist relative to the current track. If you use offset=-2 then the two tracks before the current track are also shown. offset=4 will start the display 4 tracks after the current track. You will understand that when you tried it...

Sorry for this misunderstanding.  :(
Aaron #6
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Hi Henry,
I understand how it should work... I'm saying it does not work properly when the 'Length' setting is a large number. I cannot get it to work properly on anything larger then 70. It doesn not work consistantly... it will work fine at 100, or 200, or 300, etc. for a few songs then it will not.
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Henry (Administrator) #7
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I can't say this happens to me and I have no idea how to help you.  :(
Anyone else?
Aaron #8
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Did you change the setting in your base so that you had a length of, say, 100? You will definitely get the error.

 Anyone else try this?
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genekeenan #9
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i am not there yet in my construction but i will give it a try once i get there

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