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Questions / Re: Persistent Queue
« Last post by publicradio on March 27, 2018, 19:41:04 »
I have wanted this functionality as well. However, there is a context menu entry in the main browser called 'play only selected'. I have bound this to a hotkey, ctrl+p. So when I filter down to what I want, I hist control+P and I can now navigate through songs from the browser.

If I skip down to something else, then go back one song, it will go to the previous song in the browser list, not the previous song actually played. This is how I achieve a 'persistent' queue -- although it uses the playlist instead.
Questions / How to play Opus (webm or mka) files?
« Last post by mivk on March 01, 2018, 03:14:00 »
gmusicbrowser doesn't seem to recognize opus files. Is there anything I can do to make it work?

I understand that my gstreamer install on Ubuntu 16.04 can play opus files, and I can actually play them in VLC, SMplayer, mpv, Rythmbox, etc.

I also thought that gmusicbrowser should be able to play anything that gstreamer understands. (I have "gstreamer 1.x" selected in Settings/ Audio)

I have tried wrapping the opus files in .opus, .ogg, .webm and .mka, but gmusicbrowser never seems to recognize them as audio files.

Thanks for any help
Customization / Platinum Icon set for GMusicbrowser
« Last post by JustPerfection on February 10, 2018, 23:50:19 »
Platinum icon set (Light and Dark)



You are allowed to publish the icons (even for commercial use) and modify it.



Since I posted this, I realized that you can add a filter to the statusbar under your 'Album' tab, and incrementally filter up to albums that have x number if tracks in your library. So this is close to what I was suggesting -- though it would still be good to get this as a rule when creating filters, and it would still be good to be able to use this against total filters, because a 5-track album and a 18-track album might both be full albums.
Questions / Re: How to play all files in a folder/directory just once?
« Last post by pierrelepianiste on November 16, 2017, 03:03:53 »
I don't know the exact translation in English (my GMB is in French) but you might want to :
  • select the files you want to play
  • right click -> add selection to the waiting line
  • on the top of the main window : waiting line -> stop when the waiting line is empty
Hope it can help...
French / Re : "Chercher une image sur internet": bugs ?
« Last post by coucou on October 31, 2017, 21:16:20 »
Pas de nouvelle à ce sujet ?

Il semblerait que le projet soit en pause depuis un moment...Si Quentin passe par ici...  ;)
French / "Chercher une image sur internet": bugs ?
« Last post by coucou on July 04, 2017, 22:10:52 »
il semble que la fonctionnalité "Chercher une image sur internet" ne fonctionne que très partiellement. Même chose chez vous ?
Si oui, que faire ?
Questions / Re: How to play all files in a folder/directory just once?
« Last post by manoel on June 28, 2017, 23:23:00 »
I got the same problem. Is there a way to configure that music must stop when an album ends?? It's so basic and so annoying... I've searched around the buttons and settings but still haven't found how to do it!

Is there anybody here who can help? Thanks in advance.
Questions / replaygain - do not write tags on files
« Last post by zal1en on June 15, 2017, 20:20:03 »

I just started using gmb. So far so good :)

One question: I want to use the replaygain feature but I don't want the files (tags) to get updated cause this causes problem with seeded files.

Is there an option to store all the info only in gmb's database?
I've ticked in settings->Tags
Do not create an id3v1 tag in mp3 files
Do no write the tags

but I believe it still updates the tags on the file and I don't want that.

thanks in advance
Questions / Is it possible to change the genre separator?
« Last post by LondonJohnny on May 31, 2017, 21:15:40 »
Multiple genres are essential, also on the phone. Alas, nothing as good as gmusicbrowser exists for Android.

I've found to option that support multi genres: MusicMonkey and foobar2000. Only the later reads gmusicbrowser genres correcly, but I would like to give the former a try.

Seemingly, MusicMonkey uses semicolon ; as a genre delimiter, whereas gmusicbrowser uses slash /. The latter I gather from reading off the meta-data.

Is it possible to change the output written by gmusicbrowser for genre separators?

(If other suggestion for solution exists, then I'm oopen for that, too. I'm working on a separate collection of test files -- I would not mess with my real collection).

Kind regards,

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