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Cake day: Mar 11, 2022


Clementine, just like it’s fork Strawberry will remember which chapter you were in (which file of the playlist you were playing when you exited the application), but it won’t remember your location in that file. This is troublesome if you are playing chapters with length of 43 mins - 1 hour as I am. Audacious helps me with this thought.

Strawberry, built upon Clementine is quite nice (in it’s looks), but although it does remember the chapter I was in, it won’t remember where I was in that chapter. If I click on that chapter, it would just begin from the beginning. Audacious solves this to some extent.

Thank you! Audacious worked. But, worked in a manner which I didn’t prefer.

You see, if you download a audiobook from Internet Archive and it has chapters written into them, Clementine or Strawberry player would expand those chapters and show them as separate. But, audacious weirdly enough doesn’t do this, it views the whole audiofile as one file and doesn’t view any chapters. I like Audacious and I am likely retiring Clementine and Strawberry, but it would be nice if I could see the whole file as a playlist.

[SOLVED] Need a Linux Audio player Application which will remember where I was in a playlist and where I was in a particular audio file

[EDIT]: Audacious does this, but Audacious doesn’t view the file as a playlist rather as one file, I wish this could be changed, I don’t know it might be. [\EDIT] …


but zip is not the default and many a times you can’t set a default in many applicatoins.

This is not just about gimp or file managers, many applications use formats which you can’t use anywhere but on Linux most times.

what abt the others tho? GIMP ok that’s understandable, although I do hate the fact that GIMP is shipped by default with Linux distros rather than Kolour, which is much more easier to use. Not all of us need to do complex image editing and those who want to will install it.

undefined> Your configuration is written in code, it is therefore persistent. Do you know that annoying feeling of “oh shit, how did I configure x program that I want to install on this other machine”? Never again.

This is sick! thank you!

really sorry, I don’t understand the point of this app. I mean, KDE connect works well, so why change?

Are you talking about a situation where it’s not possible to install those Qt or KDE dependencies (then it might be useful to me)

Thank you for your output either way!

What's that one feature you liked so much while distrohopping that you want it by default in all distros?

I have always been discovering new things about Linux distros while distro hopping. And when I get something I really like, I just copy the package name and make sure I install it in every distro I use in the future. …


here, take my downvote


Good links. Ahh… It will require time for me to go through them, but I will go through them and out of respect for the comment, I have edited the post.



Damn! I just discovered Pixelfed, it’s amazing! I came to know about it thanks to your comment!

I didn’t post a shit meme. Maybe a socialist/communist like you would think so. If I want to go on an infinite diet or want to go indefinite camping, I will call you. Until I change my mind about work camps and famine, I don’t think I have any use for you. Maybe If I had posted praising Stalin the dictator, you would have been happier.

I am not arguing. It’s just a meme. Also, when a random person sends a document on a social media, my default reaction isn’t to read it. Look at yourself tho, you are not ready to put in the effort required to make your point. You are not ready to write a paragraph describing your point or how you disagree with me. Why should I be ready to read a whole document from 90s for you? If you had written some 3 sentences and told me, “if you don’t believe this, read this report from the CIA” that would have been something.

You have not put in the effort required in good faith to change one’s mind, instead you took one min of your life to search for the document which you know existed. You don’t get to talk to me about arguing in bad faith(also, I was not arguing).

I can read a book. But not some boring CIA document which has been scanned.

bro! 23 pages? make your point

damn! new notification system in lemmy ig! it’s damn good.

I mean, it’s fast, as soon as I clicked on your reply, within a milli second I was here! this was better than reddit

ahh… it’s funny because it’s true. not cringe.

he is motivating me to lose weight

her: awaken the tiger inside of you …


it turns out killing old people is very productive