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John Lindgren

  • Email: john@jlindgren.net
  • Registered on: December 09, 2011
  • Last connection: July 19, 2018

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  • Audacious (Manager, Developer, December 09, 2011)

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July 19, 2018

13:37 Audacious Bug #798: A crash occurs when clicking too often on the playback bar
Okay, now please try disabling all the plugins you can (even those enabled by default) and see if the problem still o...
13:30 Audacious Bug #809 (Rejected): Lots of indicator-sound systemd journal messages
13:23 Audacious Bug #809: Lots of indicator-sound systemd journal messages
'x' (64-bit int) is the correct type. Not a bug.
See:
https://specifications.freedesktop.org/mpris-spec/latest/P...

July 15, 2018

04:34 Audacious Bug #808: gnomeshortcuts fix for bug 765 does not work
I'm guessing this breaks compatibility with GNOME < 3.26; is that true? If so, that's okay with me, but we can strip...

July 13, 2018

22:17 Audacious Bug #807 (Rejected): Freeze when saving in Song Info window with paused playback
He was probably hoping to get the fix applied to the Fedora package. But 3.10 should be released in 2-3 weeks, so it...

July 11, 2018

03:45 Audacious Bug #806 (Closed): Deadlock when updating song info
Okay, I can reproduce this pretty easily as well, and the change above does fix it.
Key step to reproducing is to ...

July 10, 2018

20:46 Audacious Bug #806: Deadlock when updating song info
Thanks for the excellently detailed report, by the way.
20:44 Audacious Bug #806: Deadlock when updating song info
I think I see what is going on here.
Thread 7 (decoder/output) is waiting for space in the output buffer. I'm gue...

July 09, 2018

03:36 Audacious Bug #805 (Rejected): Audacious Error to open http://19193.live.streamtheworld.com:80/WRADIOAAC_SC: 403 Forbidden
403 Forbidden is an error from the HTTP server. Contact the server administrator. Not a bug.

July 06, 2018

03:46 Audacious Bug #804 (Rejected): Support for unicode filenames on Ubuntu
Not a bug. Your filename isn't in Unicode, it is in some legacy encoding and you haven't configured Audacious to use...

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