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Clementine falls in the water

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Re: Clementine falls in the water

#11 Postby Zevon » Fri Jun 08, 2012 3:56 pm

timkb4cq wrote:OK gconf is uploaded.
Reload and you should be able to reinstall clementine.
OK reinstalled and it is working better than ever, quick indexing considering how much it has to tabulate on this machine. Also quicker to start playing, fade-out/in very smooth and prefect timing for me on standard setting. You've made my day, thanks!

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Re: Clementine falls in the water

#12 Postby DBeckett » Fri Jun 08, 2012 3:57 pm

richb wrote:I must be a weak mind. I like the new Amarok.

As a player it's fine. It's cute too, with lots of eye-candy. My attitude is about some key features that were removed.
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Re: Clementine falls in the water

#13 Postby benny_fletch » Fri Jun 08, 2012 4:22 pm

richb wrote:I must be a weak mind. I like the new Amarok.

Apparently another weak mind here as well. I too like the new amarok.
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Re: Clementine falls in the water

#14 Postby zeeone » Sat Jun 09, 2012 10:01 am

I do not think it is a weak mind, just different strokes for different folks. I use Audacious as my prime player. I also have Clementine loaded up, but it seem to be having a lot
of growing pains with it. I have not used Xmms in years, but I am thinking of loading it up and give it a run. So many choices to choose from in Linuxland. Nice to see Zevon's
choice of players is now working right. ;)
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Re: Clementine falls in the water

#15 Postby carlnyc » Tue Jun 12, 2012 4:40 pm

I hope this finds you well.

I've been having trouble getting almost any version Amarok to work without it crashing on my M11 Asus A-Open machine, though I've yet to give Amarok 2.3.1-1 a go.

Amarok's cover manager is a no-show, as well.

Clementine 0.7.1? No problems. None whatsoever.

However, although I enjoy Clementine's simplicity, I really miss Amarok's versatility ... it's Podcast capability, for instance.

So, *sigh* I guess I'll keep trying.

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