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Setlist manager dupes and song total on Xbox way too low....


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#1 cleverest

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Posted July 23, 2020 - 04:45 PM

Hi all,

 

My total songs reported on the Xbox 360 when loaded up are only 1,911...which is far lower than the total tracks I have (over 2500 customs on the flash alone before other songs are counted - total should be around 2900)...

Do I need to delete the SongCache in the Xbox settings or what else could be going on?

I also realized, that SetList Manager is showing a ton of duplicates, but I know I don't actually have duplicates...I chose to create an EMPTY playlist then imported the song cache, and SetList Manager shows 1,184 exact dupes...how do I totally reset that?

I'm confused. Any help appreciated.



#2 hardcoredrummer

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Posted July 23, 2020 - 05:37 PM

not sure but when i used the setlist manager everything was in there but the song count was wrong...



#3 cleverest

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Posted July 23, 2020 - 09:38 PM

Yeah, it keeps spawing so-called duplicates no matter what I do. I guess I don't know how to "reset" it blank again.



#4 SanicStudios

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Posted July 23, 2020 - 10:25 PM

What purpose do you have for using Setlist Manager just out of curiosity.

 

If your songs aren't being loaded correctly, I'd recommend wiping your song cache.



#5 cleverest

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Posted July 23, 2020 - 10:26 PM

What purpose do you have for using Setlist Manager just out of curiosity.

 

If your songs aren't being loaded correctly, I'd recommend wiping your song cache.

I want to use it to get a true count of my tracks and also print out (in pdf) those nice little EXPORT charts...it's just cool to use, but all the false dupes ruin it.

Okay, ya, I want about to wipe the Songcache from the flash AND the system, right? ...but there goes my scores and rating when I do, right? (I don't have many at the moment, so it's okay)



#6 cleverest

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Posted July 23, 2020 - 10:42 PM

Clearing the Songcache on both Xbox and flash drive, seemed to fix the issue. It's now reporting the right amount without dupes in Setlist Manager. YAY!



#7 SanicStudios

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Posted July 24, 2020 - 11:20 AM

Clearing the cache won't screw up your scores (I think) since I believe those are stored in your save file.



#8 cleverest

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Posted July 24, 2020 - 08:54 PM

Clearing the cache won't screw up your scores (I think) since I believe those are stored in your save file.

Oh cool..I'm about to find out...



#9 cleverest

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Posted July 26, 2020 - 06:59 PM

To confirm. Scares and ratings remain...COOL!



#10 TrojanNemo

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Posted July 26, 2020 - 08:30 PM

Clearing the Songcache on both Xbox and flash drive, seemed to fix the issue. It's now reporting the right amount without dupes in Setlist Manager. YAY!

Setlist Manager reads your song cache file and pulls the info from there. So if there were duplicates there, they'll show up in Setlist Manager. It looks like you figured out how to fix it. Many many issues can be fixed by deleting the song cache and rebuilding but some people don't like losing their scores (you WILL lose some scores for customs unless they have the right kind of song ID, which then saves the scores in your save file). Some customs are "wipe proof" but not all. Why? Because I didn't do a great job at the author ID situation in Magma and I don't think it's been fixed yet by the person who took over the programming from me.

 

P.S. Setlist Manager is one of my favorite tools that I created. Glad to see some people use it.






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