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FOOBAR & LINUX MINT

I have used Foobar for over 10 years on Win7 and was saddened that Linux does not support it. Today I found that it is available via SNAP as a third party program.
I downloaded it onto 2 laptops. On one the font is so small that I can't even see it using a magnifying glass! The other is legible.
It says in Preference/Shell Integration that it is the "mobile edition".
How can I get the full edition? I assume that the full addition will automatically insert track name either from the CD or internet.
 

 

Re: FOOBAR & LINUX MINT

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You can use Foobar2000 using Wine on Linux Mint.

I've been using this for years with no problems.

Just install Wine and use the normal foobar2000 Windows installer: https://wiki.winehq.org/Ubuntu

It appears small on the laptop probably because the laptop screen resolution is so high. You can adjust the DPI settings in Wine to 150% or 200% to make it appear correctly.

 
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