Am i going crazy or...

mac17

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Dec 18, 2006
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is the music supposed to stop when you exit front row is there any way to change that? I dont want to stay in FR to listen to my music, I know in tiger it wasnt like that.
Another thing is anyone else having a problem sending files from their phone through bluteooth in Leopard?
 

PaThKu

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Oct 28, 2007
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Hmm, my music always stops. It may be possible that your fontrow opens iTunes? Is you iTunes open when you quit FR?

As for the BT Phone problem, could you elaborate what is wrong? Have BT transfers ever worked for you?
 

mac17

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Dec 18, 2006
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About the bluetooth i would set up a device (my friends Nokia 5700 express music phone) and it would keep on connecting and disconnecting for no reason when he tried to send me a file it would disconnect automaticaly. In Tiger i did this all the time with that specific phone.
 

mac17

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Dec 18, 2006
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Hmm, my music always stops. It may be possible that your fontrow opens iTunes? Is you iTunes open when you quit FR?

As for the BT Phone problem, could you elaborate what is wrong? Have BT transfers ever worked for you?
Sorry let me rephrase my question It stops playing when you go to your desktop unlike tiger which keeps on playing even after you leave front row, which is what i want.
 

PaThKu

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Oct 28, 2007
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About the bluetooth i would set up a device (my friends Nokia 5700 express music phone) and it would keep on connecting and disconnecting for no reason when he tried to send me a file it would disconnect automaticaly. In Tiger i did this all the time with that specific phone.
hmm, can't think of anything that may cause that. iSync may be messed up in Leopard and will be patched soon?
 

age234

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Jun 28, 2004
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I've had that before in Tiger, when you exit FrontRow iTunes continues playing the music (FrontRow appears to be pretty much a fancy front-end for iTunes).
 

PaThKu

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Oct 28, 2007
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Ok, I see what you meant earlier. I hadn't realized that they had music stop in Leopard, as, like you said, it didn't in Tiger. Thats kind of dissapointing. :(
 
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