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Rico  Zienke , Germany
Amarok 2.x Scripts
Good Night - Shutdown script

Amarok 2.x Scripts 17 comments

Score 50.0%
May 04 2010
Hi,
there is also a third one called cronos.

When I realized that I was already too far to stop it... and now it is there.
:-)
So feel free to chose!
Rico
- May 03 2010
Hi aVo,
thanks :-) . I guess the script has a lot of bugs, that has to be found and in general I would do so of course. But in this case the bug is in amarok version 2.0.2. (which is even fixed by 2.2, even with amarok 2.1 some thing changed on amarok side).

The only thing I will do is to check the version and try to stop this script very early (with an error message) because it has in this case a heavy impact for the user. Hopefully then amarok will start up. But even here I'm not sure whether that helps.
I will do it on weekend. It would be nice if you could check that afterwards.
Have a nice day.
Best Regards


- Nov 12 2009
oh even amarok 2.0.2! Since 2.0.2 there changed a lot, maybe also something in the script enviroment.
You should give amarok 2.2 a chance. A lot of nice improvements.
Have a nice day.

PS: Yes here is a bug on this page - Nov 11 2009
Hi Fred6681,
thanks for the info. I think your english is ok.
I already fixed it. I'm waiting until end of week because maybe I find the time with a co-worker who will translate it into french.
(The only french words I know are "merci" and "merde". That is not enough to translate it.)

If not I will update without french translation at week end.

Are there any other icons missing?

Best Regards - Nov 11 2009
Hi aVo,
sorry for that. The word good night becomes here a fully new meaning. ;-)

I think no script shall influence the runtime of Amarok. Sounds strange.
Could you give me some more information (version) before removing the script or updating amarok?

1. Open console and enter "amarok -v"
2. Enter now "amarok --debug" this requieres package "amarok-dbg"

Sent me the output of both commands.

There is no need to reinstall amarok.
Please go from your home directory to folder.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/ Here you find a folder "good_night". Delete it.

Now start amarok again. The script has no influence anymore.
If it works again the script was causing the issue. when I got requiered output I will open a bug report.

If the issue still exists, it is another issue.

Best Regards

- Nov 11 2009
Hi aVo,
sorry for that. The word good night becomes here a fully new meaning. ;-)

I think no script shall influence the runtime of Amarok. Sounds strange.
Could you give me some more information (version) before removing the script or updating amarok?

1. Open console and enter "amarok -v"
2. Enter now "amarok --debug" this requieres package "amarok-dbg"

Sent me the output of both commands.

There is no need to reinstall amarok.
Please go from your home directory to folder.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/ Here you find a folder "good_night". Delete it.

Now start amarok again. The script has no influence anymore.
If it works again the script was causing the issue. when I got requiered output I will open a bug report.

If the issue still exists, it is another issue.

Best Regards

- Nov 11 2009
PlayWolf

Plasma 4 Widgets 323 comments

Score 63.3%
Jan 13 2010
Hi,
for get it. Seems to be KDE 4.4. After creating a new plasma desktop it worked again.
- Jan 10 2010
Hi,
thanks for the cool plasmoid. :-)

I updated to KDE4.4 RC1 (kubuntu).
Now play wolf(0.72) does not work anymore. (no tracks info, progress bar etc. will be displayed when amarok is running)
Amarok version is 2.2.190.
Only the application lunch works.
Do you have any idea how I can get play wolf running again?
++++
PS: A small other issue I realized before updating to kde 4.4:
if track A with an own cover is finished and track B with no cover starts, the cover of track A is still visible. I would think no cover shall be displayed.

- Jan 10 2010