I've been creating a new playlist for a few days now and today I added about 20 or 30 new songs. I'm sure that some of them will be duplicated but I figured I'd weed those out later.
When I opened up my new playlist I found as I scrolled down the list that there were quite a few empty spaces between some of the songs, it also looked like the duplicates I expected to find were not there, at least I didn't find any on my first pass. I immediately thought that Pandora had come up with a way of eliminating duplicates in answer to the complaints from the Community. Great work and thanks if that's what happened.
Unfortunately I have a big problem now so I hope it isn't because of the empty spaces in my playlist.
I was relocating some of the songs in my list so they were spaced more to my liking, while I was doing this I was clicked on a song to play but instead of that song playing, some other song would play. I've tried clicking on about 6 songs but always it plays a different song. I put a lot of time in, building this playlist so I'm not very happy about this.
Well it seems to be working normally now, I guess you can thank my wife for that. After I had signed out of Pandora and logged back in I found it was still playing songs that I had not chosen. So I called my wife in and told her to watch what happens when I click on this song. So I clicked on a song and nothing happened except the song I had chosen started to play. I quickly clicked on a few more and each time the right song played. So, my wife says, just what am I supposed to be looking for, it looks fine to me.
So it's got to be something my wife did because it was not working properly before she came into the room. Sorry for the false alarm Adam.
Hi Adam it's happened again but I have a bit more information for you this time, I've worked on this for almost an hour trying different sequences to see if I can find out what is causing it to play a song that was not chosen. I was rearranging the order of some the songs in a playlist called Beegie when it happened.
It only seems to work right if I go to My Collections and chose the playlist again, but once I start sorting my list it goes haywire again. What is the correct way to move a song in the list to another place.
I have been placing my cursor about half way between the three dots and the title of the song. I then left click and hold it down and as I start to move my cursor an image of the album cover comes up along with a line. When I get the line in position between other songs I let go. Is that the correct way to do it because it seems like the sorting is causing the problem.
@legend_IceGirl Could you tell me a bit more about what is happening? Are you listening to Pandora on a computer or on a device?
Thanks for working with me on this. 🤝