Michael Schwendt

  • Registered on: December 24, 2011
  • Last connection: September 26, 2017

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Reported issues: 22

September 26, 2017

21:47 Audacious Plugin Development: GNOME Shortcuts plugin fails with GNOME 3.26.0
Just a headsup, since it may be only temporary misbehaviour.
In Fedora 27 with GNOME 3.26.0 (either using Xorg or ...

September 09, 2017

22:59 Audacious Feature #741: Command line control of plugin parameters
Well, with fairness in mind, only making it work for _all plugins_ would invalidate what I've written above. I've had...

September 08, 2017

17:04 Audacious Feature #741: Command line control of plugin parameters
Not possible without a major redesign/rewrite of the plugin infrastructure and the plugins themselves. Btw, the confi...

August 15, 2017

21:58 Audacious Audacious: RE: Drag and drop into playlist on GTK interface
Other applications are affected, too.

August 13, 2017

18:10 Audacious Audacious: RE: Drag and drop into playlist on GTK interface
> an issue with Wayland
Indeed. GNOME on Xorg doesn't suffer from the same problem.

August 11, 2017

15:51 Audacious Audacious: RE: Drag and drop into playlist on GTK interface
Also confirming that drag'n'drop into Winamp UI works while the Qt UI doesn't work and doesn't print an assertion mes...
15:46 Audacious Audacious: RE: Drag and drop into playlist on GTK interface
Not the original reporter, but it's reproducible with Fedora 26 x86_64, Audacious 3.8.2 and Nautilus 3.24.1 within GN...

January 23, 2017

23:00 Audacious Feature #696: Playing MIDI files with FM.
Making this a topic in the discussion forum would have been a better idea.
Anyway, hardly anyone still has OPL3 (o...

January 22, 2017

02:40 Audacious Audacious: RE: autoconf returns possibly undefined macro twice
> root@davin-Aspire-ES1-511:/home/www# cd audacious
Those problems are completely unrelated to Audacious. No need ...

January 19, 2017

18:03 Audacious Audacious: RE: Audacious failing to read some .nsf and .gbs files
You're talking past eachother.
There is nothing "weird" about this problem. You compare the output of one emulator...

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