Error - no such file or directory qt
Open one single file in audacious, play it, delete the file. If I do that I get WAAAY to many errors until audacious stops (10 that is). Shouldn't it stop after 1? Also I got this "burned in" error that just floats on the desktop that I can't get rid of. Most likely a plasma thing.
#1 Updated by John Lindgren 9 months ago
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The limit of 10 retries was put in place with longer playlists in mind. (If one or two songs in a long playlist are missing, we want to just continue on to the next one. If 10 in a row are missing, maybe it's a larger issue, like an unmounted filesystem or a lost network connection.)
You're right that this doesn't make much sense if you have a short playlist (fewer than 10 songs) on repeat. In that case, we should definitely stop trying as soon as we've failed to play every song in the playlist.