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Chris Young , United States of America
Google Hangout Emojis Complete

Emoticons by gcala 11 comments

No matter what I try, there's always over 100 incorrect emoji: http://imgur.com/a/1NTGH

I've tried extracting the archive outside of the emoticons folder, setting the file to be read-only, and then moving it in, but it still ends up having these errors. - May 22 2016
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Emoticons by gcala 11 comments

At least on Arch Linux, the location is ~/.local/share/emoticons - May 22 2016
ReplayGain

Amarok 1.x Scripts by maacruz 274 comments

I've since found this and it did stop that error from popping up, but I still have errors popping up at times saying something like "try removing or reducing covers"? (Can't remember exact wording) - Feb 22 2009
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Amarok 1.x Scripts by maacruz 274 comments

I don't know where to get kdebindings3-python. I'm using openSUSE 11.1 with KDE4, and it's not in the repositories. It seems it's necessary to get rid of the very noticeable lag I have. - Feb 01 2009
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Amarok 1.x Scripts by maacruz 274 comments

I did install that (it's python-kde3 on Ubuntu), and while I think all these things have helped, the lag is still there. Upon further investigation (which I should have done in the first place), I found this:

http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=81661
(Maybe you've seen that already?)

So I realize it's impossible for this external script to be entirely lag-free. Maybe one of the developers will finally add to 2.0 what's been requested for nearly four years now.

Thanks for making this script, by the way. It's not a perfect solution, of course, but it's a good temporary one. - Aug 01 2008
ReplayGain

Amarok 1.x Scripts by maacruz 274 comments

Even after setting up MySQL for the Amarok collection and keeping Amarok to the tray, even while there are no demanding applications running, there is a delay to the volume change in Amarok after a new track begins. The ReplayGain tag is just a value for volume adjustment, right? Why can't the script have the volume adjusted before the track begins? Or is there something wrong on my end? - Jul 30 2008