jmarshall Wrote:Technically it's not a bug: The favourites item provides a shortcut to the item you want, so if you like it's basically clicking through to the playlist for you. Thus, going back does go back through the heirarchy. This might do what you expect if the favourites button was actually on the video screen for instance.
Whether or not we should add the ,return by default or not I don't really know. I suspect it is what most people would want, but I'm not completely convinced one way or the other.
Personally when I access a favorite I expect that to be put ontop of the navigational stack.
So stack [Home] would become [Home, ThePlaylist] and not [Home, Music, Playlists, ThePlaylist].
The same goes for if I do fast access to movies I'd expect it to go from [Home] to [Home, Movies] and not [Home, Videos, Movies].
I have never really thought anyone would have wanted it otherwise than that but perhaps there are different schools of thoughts, of what is expected behavior. I was planning on taking a look on the stack stuff as it feels like its not remembering exactly as I would want, but perhaps we should first discuss what we want it to do
To me when I add a favorite or fast access it should be direct access, perhaps we simply should have a setting in gui for it? "Treat links as single instance on the stack" (obviously with better description as I can't come up with a good way to describe it). If set then we do return, if not we skip return?
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