This bug is Disjoint selections don't drop where you tell them to. It was filed on 2006-04-07 at 03:28 PDT.
When you drop a disjoint multiple selection of songs into a position in a playlist, they will land in the position above the song that you dropped them below.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Create a playlist containing songs A, B, C, D, E, F, and G.
- Select any of songs C–G, so long as at least one of D–F is not selected.
- Drag and drop the selection above B.
The songs land between A and B.
The songs land at the top, above A.
All versions 6 and later have this bug. I don't know if any previous versions have it.
Contiguous and single selections are not affected. Dragging a contiguous or single selection in step 3 above will land the song or songs between A and B, as expected.
The direction of the drag (up or down) does not matter. The bug will happen either way.
Drag and drop songs one contiguous bunch at a time, or drop them below song B instead of above it.