- Rated 5 out of 5by Adam, a year agoWow congratulations this is the most beautiful mini player I have seen! You have really done a great job with the design.
One request I would have is the possiblity to have the mini player be able to be "detached" as a floating always on top window (kind of like picture in picture).
Compability with other music like foobar2000 would be a dream and something I would love to donate for :) Most modern players have something called CAD (CD Art Display) that you can easily get art and song info from.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 17099677, a year agoVery nice! It works really good and runs smoothly.
An idea i have: maybe it could be pin-able, so it always stays on top?
And the graphic design is really nice, i love the fact that the colours match the cover, well done!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Bflat, 2 years agoNo problem! I'm using it with the desktop app. Thanks! I see! Thanks again.
Developer responseposted 2 years agoThat's happened for a reason and it's on purpose. Here is how it works
- When you open the Spotify desktop app & play a song, mean the app open & hold connection between your app with server and your connection is activate.
- The thing is, if you don't play any song for sometime, the connection is lost. I guess that because holding connection is resource-consuming. So that, when you open the Spotify extension, I can't get the data because your app is deactivate.
- Instead of showing the Box with warning message "Open your device", I chose to open the most recent song. That's better than the warning message I think. But when you play a song, it's still the same song you played before. I know that's a bit stupid, but I think that's best option that I can do right now.
Still finding a better solution for it. 🥺