Raspberry Pi stream local network

Hi there!! First of all: WHAT A TREMENDOUS PROJECT! I’m fascinated by Volumio! A huge CONGRATZ to the team!
The thing is, i have a raspberry pi 3, volumio set up, all working well. But (there’s always a but) i’m trying to stream via browser.

I followed this tutorial (reddit.com/r/raspberry_pi/c … other_pcs/) and i can hear the stream on \volumio:8000 but whenever the song ends,despite the fact that the new song is loaded and working on the rasp locally, the stream doesnt update it just stops.

If i press play, bits of the old song are reproduced. To hear the new song the page must be refreshed and i must press play again - everytime the old song ends and the new song starts. Any way to do this automatically? Whenever the music changes, the stream auto-updates?
Thanks in advance!

EDIT: Found the solution!! The option always_on was needed!The mpd disconnected the clients whenever the music stopped/switched. Here’s the solution:

audio_output {
type “httpd”
name “My HTTP Stream”
encoder “vorbis” # optional, vorbis or lame
port “8000”

quality “5.0” # do not define if bitrate is defined

bitrate		"128"			# do not define if quality is defined
format		"44100:16:1"
always_on       "yes"			# prevent MPD from disconnecting all listeners when playback is stopped.
tags            "yes"			# httpd supports sending tags to listening streams.