After updating to rel 4.1.3 i discovered another old 64 limitation. The Olive can't handle more than 64 tracks in one work. It's a rather old limitation, and it did not bother me very much, until this update 4.1.3.
You normally would not come across a cd with more than 64 tracks on it, but if you merge more than one cd because they contain a single work, say an opera, then it is easily possible to get more than 64 tracks in such a composition or work.
Since rel 4.1.2. such works were played in the wrong order, and rel 4.1.3 promised to fix that. And actually you can see in Maestro that the sort order now is changed, and the cd's are played in the right order. On the screen of the Olive you can see that it displays track x/yy, where yy is the total number of tracks of the work, not the cd.
In rel 4.1.1 the problem did not exist yet, but it shows a different approach to the numbering of tracks in a work. Here on screen one can see track number x/zz, where zz is the total of tracks in the current cd.
While the solution in rel 4.1.3. is more elegant, I believe it stumbled over its old 64 tracks limitation. In my experience I could not play more than one single track from any classical work without having to reboot the Olive after that.
I managed to get rel 4.1.1. back, which shows this previous behaviour and which plays fine!
Guys, what I think is not so important. I like to have someone with 4.1.3 to try this out.
If your classical works play fine in this new release, could you confirm that your opera's or other multi-cd-works don't contain more than 64 tracks?
And, if you combine some cd's with more than 64 tracks in a work, do you have the same problem as I did?
If I'm more sure about the nature of the problem, I could tell Olive my and your findings with more certainty.
I have posted this also here: http://olive.setbb.com
I won't do that always, I consider to leave this forum.