I have 4 playlists in my playlists folder. 2 are automatic and 2 are normal. With v184.108.40.206 it only displays the 2 automatic playlists. I rolled MB Music back to v220.127.116.11 and it only dislays the 2 normal playlists, but I think that version was prior to automatic playlist suport being added but I’m not positive. Has anyone else noticed this?
Update: Also checked this issue with V18.104.22.168 and it behaves the same as V22.214.171.124
Mine are all still there. Can I please see a core log? Any one where you went into music should do.
There is new fallout on this issue. 126.96.36.199 did fix the problem I reported. However, after doing a full manual MB service refresh all 4 playlist icons display but clicking on any of them displays a 0/0 window.
Latest Core log is here http://dl.dropbox.com/u/45569607/MBCore-121220119bf51323962b44198d4a06fb7bbf921d.log
Latest Service log is here http://dl.dropbox.com/u/45569607/MBService-1212201190bddc4cb3ee4ffa9e58c85a5c7a75af.log
This was resolved by a forced refresh from the Music Plugin via the config, I tried a quick refresh but this did not work, but maybe it took 2 refreshes.
EDIT: After a shutdown and restart of MB this has reverted back.
Still unable to get my playlists past the 0/0 problem, I went ahead and added a new artist and a couple of albums under that artist to my music library. After carefully checking the tags in mp3tag I did a full MB Service refresh and neither the artist nor the two albums showed up. I checked the tags again and did another full MB Service refersh but the new additions still failed to show up. I manually deleted both the Cache and ImageCache folders via Windows Explorer (not via the MB Service screen)and did yet another full MB Service refersh. This time my new artist and both albums showed up. And, my playlists are back too!!!!!
Karlos65, why don’t you try this and see if it solves your problem too…
Shot in the dark but give this a try.