I recently installed Windows 8 Pro on my home PC, which is the last computer that needed to be upgraded, and after installing the latest update for the Music app I experienced a strange issue.
I had no problems opening and browsing the Music app but when I started to play a song and switched to Desktop the computer somehow decides to dramatically lower the volume. Switching back to the Music app would bring up the volume automatically.
Since this is a Windows Store app, I couldn’t play with its settings or configuration files to try to determine what could be causing this, so I simply uninstalled the Music app and installed it again which fortunately fixed it.
Anyways, I thought I would post my experience in case there are others out there facing a similar issue.
One of my tasks recently was to implement bundling and minification on a ASP.NET 4.5 web application. So naturally, I started to read many articles and tutorials on how to implement it until I understood the technology and got confident on implementing it. The implementation was quite simple really and I was very happy with the progress…until I reached a brick wall.
So for anyone who is in the same boat, I feel your pain and here is what I went through:
I added the following markup for a script bundle called ‘~/scripts1’:
That didn’t make bundling and minification work. So I tried:
<script src=”<% Scripts.Render(“~/scripts1″); %>”></script>
That gave me the same result as the previous one. So after hours of researching and playing with code, I wrote the following line right in the markup without any <script> tags:
<%: Scripts.Render(“~/scripts1”) %>
It worked! I got my bundling and minification to work only when “debug=’false'”.
I hope this helps some poor soul out there. If you need more information on bundling and minification with ASP.NET 4.5, read this article.