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Submitted:  Jan 6 2004
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Amarok is a audio-player for Linux, Unix, Windows and Mac. Its interface uses a powerful "browser" metaphor that allows you to create playlists that make the most of your music collection. We have a fast development-cycle and
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 its sad

 by flow on: Mar 1 2005
Score 50%
code2-design .com

I designed the icon after an original artowrk i found a while ago and which had (what i knew at that time) nothing to do with trademark issues or the site elfquest.com

What i didn't know is that this graphic seems to be the graphic the elfquest logo is based on too.

Now there is a big fuss and legal issues and when i visited the elfquest site i got a shiver through my whole body.

A radikal coinsitence and all my fault.

here is the original image i used as a base: http://da-flow.schaekel.org/da-flow/daten/wolf.jpg

hope things are clearer,

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 Re: its sad

 by NabLa on: Mar 3 2005
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I'm sorry man, the icon was really cool (in fact I hacked my amaroK 1.2.1 installation to use the old one). This kind of things can happen, there's no need for anyone to get angry for this.

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 by asdex on: Mar 1 2005
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Any news regarding Gwenview's speed issues? (Image antialiasing ~3-4 times slower than mplayer).

I don't want to have to use a media player to get a nice slideshow with decent image filtering... ;-)

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 Sorry, wrong app...

 by asdex on: Mar 1 2005
Score 50%

Sorry belongs to Gwenview...

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 kde 3.4-rc1

 by estevam on: Mar 1 2005
Score 50%

These rpms works in kde 3.4-rc1, just do:

# rpm -ivh --nodeps amarok-1.2.1-1.guru.suse92.kde33.i686.rpm

Start. When shows error in arts engine, do:

# killall -9 artsd && amarok

Close and init again. Enjoy!

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 by thraxas on: Mar 15 2005
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I like to have the playlist and the player windows on seperate desktops, as I just like to drop in what I want to listen to next in the playlist, but like the wee pleyer on the main, however I found that they all 'come back together' when I click on the player window.

I know its picky and no biggy, but could somthing be done about this in the next version or so. OH yeah, great prog, I binned XMMS now.

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 Re: Screens

 by MxCl on: Mar 15 2005
Score 50%

This is actually a feature, but apparently it isn't xinerama aware. I don't use xinerama but will try to fix it for 1.2.3 if I can.

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 sound engine

 by lbharti on: Mar 28 2005
Score 50%

We are investing so much of resource in developing everything for amarok but its own sound-engine.

It is a lot of problem in it not having its own engine.
1. the system cannot go for standby while it is running.

2. The audio-device is busy even though no song is being played.

3. To keep amarok in the background, all other audio from any applications have to be sacrificed.

I think we need an alternative.

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 Re: sound engine

 by MxCl on: Mar 30 2005
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You are confused. All your issues can be solved by using a different multimedia backend, and by correctly configuring your ALSA/OSS setup. Probably all you need to do is switch engine (xine or GStreamer are best). Probably the easiest option is just install a distro that just works like SuSE or Linspire.

We will never make our own sound-engine, it will solve no problems, but create a _huge_ amount of work for us. The GStreamer people have been working for 5 years and still produce a product that won't work for everybody. What makes you think us working on our own would produce better results?

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 Re: sound engine

 by blaster999 on: Mar 31 2005
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Try using something like ESD to let several apps use the soundcard. Make sure aRts is not running. The best solution would be to buy a soundcard that has hardware mixing capabilities (SB Audigy 2 is working quite good in Linux)

It is not the size of the hammer that counts. It's how you wield it.
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 by spaceagedevice on: Mar 30 2005
Score 50%

Since Emusic's download manager is a pain to get to work in linux, is it possible to incorporate it into Amarok? Maybe add a search and download tab? I think it would be a great idea and addition to Linux Audio players. Is it possible?

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