Originally Posted by ktsamy
Reported to the developer. Loop all works when video opened after selecting. If it's opened directly without selection it doesn't work.
Regarding notification, I don't think any extra work is required. It will stay once loop functions properly. It will remain even if you pause. Only will exit when closing the playback or closing the notification.
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You are right about the "loop all" working. But still it should be available even if a video or music is played directly. It would be weird if there is a different behaviour. Because most people or a normal person would play a file and they would select "Loop one/all" and if it doesn't work, they would be disappointed. or say "it doesn't work"
Regarding the notification, common users who don't use loop functions or know how to use these functions may play a music file and when the music finishes playback, if they want to play it again, the notification is gone. They have to go back to mx player, find the song and play it again. All music players and radios don't remove the notification. They give a "close" (x mark) option. If the notification stays in the notification bar, they can just play it again easily. This is the normal behaviour of notifications.
The notification goes away when the option "Back to list" is enabled. If it is not enabled, the next file on the list starts playing and the notification disappears when the last song finishes playing.
Summary: The notification shouldn't exit even after playback. We should decide to either keep it or swipe away or close it.
These may be small things but they are the important ones for the ease of use. Many people are asking me why the notification disappears. They want to control playback directly from the notification. So, please let us decide if we want to swipe away or close the notification.
The developer is very kind and listens to user feedback. I appreciate that a lot. It's a big compliment.
Please fix this. Thanks a lot.