Looking at the problem again today, I might have found, why some topics are not displayed.
The overview I mean is showing like this (I am located in Germany)
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I get the playlists which have probably the exact spelling in english (Party, Relax), but not the localized ones (Konzentration, Liebe). For me it would be OK to just somehow get the english titles, but I think that is no general solution for everyone.
Hi MyVolumio Team, first great work on Volumio, but I am facing several issues with Tidal plugin in the area of playlist handling.
First of all, I would like to confirm the same problem/issue which Matthias reported for German language, I am located in Poland and have exactly the same problem for browsing Tidal playlists for Genres, which spelling in Polish is different than in English.
Second, there have been also different reports in other threads on this forum that quite often Tidal playlist are not being played, not sure why.
Third, in Tidal's MyMusic section - I can only see Playlists which have been created by myself, but there is no Tidal created ones despite the fact they display correctly on Web/Mobile App versions.
I am running the latest version 2.526 on RPI2+HiFiBerry DAC + PRO.
Please help with those as those problems defeat a bit the purpose of the MyVolumio subscription for me, given Tidal plugin is the most important here as you can imagine.
Hi Guys, yes, we have acknowledged it, and in fact TIDAL playlists have been something we are working on a lot since day 1. The issues you guys are reporting are particulalry trycky to replicate, since we can't see your localized playlists and don't know what causes the personal playlist to not work sometimes. Bear with us, we're doing our best to solve those
I have seen, that the genres and moods are mentioned in the latest changelog, but unfortunately the problem persists. If you have problems to reproduce this, I can help, if you tell me, what to do, as I can help myself around log files, linux shells and network dumps.