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Bug #490

Title is not displayed

Added by Nuno Dias over 4 years ago. Updated over 4 years ago.

Status:
Rejected
Priority:
Major
Assignee:
-
Category:
-
Target version:
-
Start date:
December 12, 2014
Due date:
% Done:

0%

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Description

In the tab title, instead of the title the name of the file is displayed.
I have this problem in Fedora 21 (x86_64), I compiled audacious from the source.

38.png (1.79 MB) 38.png Nuno Dias, December 12, 2014 15:58
audacious-ok.tgz (1.5 KB) audacious-ok.tgz config of audacious that works Nuno Dias, December 15, 2014 17:34
audacious-bad.tgz (58.5 KB) audacious-bad.tgz config of audacious with problems Nuno Dias, December 15, 2014 17:34

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#1 Updated by Thomas Lange over 4 years ago

Do you mean the playlist tabs?
Please add a screenshot of the issue.

#2 Updated by Nuno Dias over 4 years ago

Yes, the playlist tabs, Title, Artit, etc, you can see in the attach screenshot.

#3 Updated by John Lindgren over 4 years ago

Please do the following:
1. Move ~/.config/audacious to another location to start with default settings.
2. Run "audacious -V > log.txt 2> err.txt".
3. Add a single one of your MP3 files to the playlist and start playing it.
4. Close Audacious.
5. Attach log.txt and err.txt to this bug report.

#4 Updated by Thomas Lange over 4 years ago

I guess the mp3 files simply have an empty ID3 tag.
How do you stream/download them?

By the way, Fedora also packages Audacious. Why do you compile it from source?

#5 Updated by Nuno Dias over 4 years ago

Moving the ~/.config/audacious allowing to create a clean configuration solved the problem.

#6 Updated by Michael Schwendt over 4 years ago

Fedora 21 (x86_64), I compiled audacious from the source.

Just as a personal exercise or because of anything particular?

Note that Fedora 21 includes Audacious 3.5.2 with the MP3 and other plugins being available at RPM Fusion.

Audacious 3.6-alpha1 is available for Fedora 21, too, minus the plugins RPM Fusion would ship, of course:
https://copr.fedoraproject.org/coprs/mschwendt/audacious-next/

#7 Updated by Nuno Dias over 4 years ago

Well, the version in Fedora is not always the last, so I compile the last myself, yes I know right now is the same, but give it a few months and usually the Fedora package is not the last stable version.

#8 Updated by John Lindgren over 4 years ago

Nuno Dias wrote:

Moving the ~/.config/audacious allowing to create a clean configuration solved the problem.

Can you upload .tar.gz's of the old and new configurations so I can compare them?

#9 Updated by Nuno Dias over 4 years ago

File in attach as requested

#10 Updated by John Lindgren over 4 years ago

If you go back to the old configuration and refresh the playlist (F5), do the titles show up?

#11 Updated by Nuno Dias over 4 years ago

No effect, nothing happens, but when I run audacious from the comand line and press F5, I get this

Cannot convert from locale (UTF-8): Dissecting the Politics and Money Behind Health Care
Cannot convert from locale (UTF-8): Science Friday
Cannot convert from locale (UTF-8): 06/07
Cannot convert from locale (UTF-8): Science Friday Audio Podcast
Cannot convert from locale (UTF-8): 2014-09-18T19:00
Cannot convert from locale (UTF-8): Podcast
Cannot convert from locale (UTF-8): In The Cost of Cutting, private practice surgeon Paul Ruggieri delves into the shadowy ways money influences health care.

After some debug, filling the "Fallback character encodings:" with ISO-8859-15 the refresh works, and I have the titles.

#12 Updated by John Lindgren over 4 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Rejected

Aha. ISO-8859-1 is the default fallback, which would probably work also.

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