Autodj tracklist pages ahead when unattended

Bug #1809446 reported by Ard van Breemen on 2018-12-21
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Bug Description

Hi guys,
I notice that when I use autodj to listen through my total tracklist to try and get a grasp on the songs, the tracklist of the autodj is usually a few pages ahead after a time of playing unattended.

I am not sure how or what, or if something needs focus. It bit me a few times thinking I was in a particular place in the tracklist, but what seems to happen:

Every time a song has started, it will be removed from the list, this works perfectly fine.
What I think happens is that when a page full of tracks get removed from the list, the list gets paged 1 page forward.
I am inclined to believe that when I click on the end of a song to fast forward through the list to get some insight in the reasons

Sorry for this bad excuse for a bug report. It happens when I am not looking and then look back and wondering where the songs are that should be upcoming.
OS: Ubuntu 18.04 on a WIN2, using a hercules universal DJ
CPU: intel arch core M
Steps to reproduce: fill your autodj queue, walk away for a long time, come back, look at a few pages ahaed.
Version: ubuntu nightly ppa: 2.2.0~rc~git664-0 .
I've noticed it in pre 2.1 too before.
The skin is Deere .

The bug is of course minor. But I think it's also not related to autodj, but to generic list handling with dynamic updates, so keep that in mind when looking at list code :-).

Regards,
Ard

Daniel Schürmann (daschuer) wrote :

Thank you for reporting the bug.
Unfortunately I cannot confirm this with the current 2.1.5 Version on Ubuntu Trusty.
Did you change anything after starting the Auto-DJ? Could it be a special track that causes the behavior? How reliable are you able to reproduce it?
How log does it takes until the issue appears?

Hello Daniel,

On Sun, Dec 23, 2018 at 09:46:34AM -0000, Daniel Schürmann wrote:
> Thank you for reporting the bug.
> Unfortunately I cannot confirm this with the current 2.1.5 Version on Ubuntu Trusty.
> Did you change anything after starting the Auto-DJ? Could it be a special track that causes the behavior? How reliable are you able to reproduce it?
> How log does it takes until the issue appears?

I'm just back from vacation. I will try to set it up again.
My last notice was from a night long autodj while I was asleep.
So give or take about 7 hours.
A lot more variables might be in play, like which pane has
focus.
I tried to reproduce it myself in a short run but it wouldn't
budge. Maybe I should make a setup with a few hundred 5s tracks
:-).

Regards,
Ard van breemen

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