Hi, new user of this app here. It has a sleek design and quite like it so far in combination with my Navidrome server. However, while using it I have noticed that scrobbling of tracks is inconsistent, resulting in about half of the tracks I listen to not being scrobbled.
The exact steps I took are as following:
First I started playing this (short) album, starting with the first song. As soon as the song started playing, I enabled debug mode to log. I then let the first song play in its entirety. Once the first song finished I let it continue with the second song. I let the second song play in its entirety and I then stopped the playing a few seconds after the third song started.
On LastFM I noticed that both songs had not been scrobbled. Note that it is not the case that scrobbling is disabled some way, as I have experienced about half of the songs being scrobbled. What I can see in the Navidrome logs is that when a song is playing, calls are being made to scrobble.view with submission=false every 30 seconds, I assume to let the server know that it is still playing. Then at the end of the song, a call to scrobble.view is expected with submission=true, but this call is not made. Instead, it starts the next song and calls scrobble.view for the new song with submission=false. Additionally, I noticed that at every 30 second mark when a Now Playing call is made, the API is called 2 or 3 times in quick succession, often within a second. This seems undesirable as well, but my guess is that this is a separate issue that is not directly related to scrobbling calls not being made.
Enclosed in the zip file I have included logs both from the app and from the Navidrome docker container. I included the latter because it shows concisely which calls were made to the server.
I would appreciate if you could investigate this issue. I searched through the settings and this forum to see if any mention was made of a similar issue or on how to set up scrobbling correctly, but I did not find anything. Thanks in advance.
debug-20231021_132407.zip (12,8 KB)