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Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #525
Overall it's getting better, no sound glitches under load with or without  foo_out_pulse. The biggest problem for me is foo_quicksearch crashing when typing anything in a search toolbar.

I also had that but I stopped it by disabling the 'autosearch as you type' feature, so I just press enter to perform a search instead. Seems not to crash that way.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #526
The biggest problem for me is foo_quicksearch crashing when typing anything in a search toolbar.

For what it's worth, I have the quick search toolbar in my CUI layout.  I use it all the time, and it's never caused a crash.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #527
Hi!
I'm running Foobar from Snap in ubuntu 20, after upfates to 1.6.3 version can't open file with association: Unknown commandline parameter /env BAMF_DESKTOP_FILE_HINT=/var/lib/snapd/desktop/applications/foobar2000_foobar2000.desktop /snap/bin/foobar2000 %F/
Dragging by mouse is ok. I tried changed association, but every time is the same error, "Unknown commandline parameter: -immediate"


Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #528
Sounds like a bug in how the Snap is built. Have you considered installing distribution Wine package and installing a local prefix instead?

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #529
Programs using Snap Wine like Notepad++ are good, with associations opening files, other like smplayer too.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #530
Yes, and every single Wine based Snap brings its own version of Wine, depending on how it was authored.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #531
I try winehq, but it is a problem with filepath:

Foobar see only: "/home/user/Muzyka/o.flac",  not full path: "Z:/home/user/Muzyka/o.flac",
so I edited /var/lib/snapd/desktop/applications/foobar2000_foobar2000.desktop and changed line "Exec=env BAMF_DESKTOP_FILE_HINT=/var/lib/snapd/desktop/applications/foobar2000_foobar2000.desktop /snap/bin/foobar2000 %F" to "Exec=env BAMF_DESKTOP_FILE_HINT=/var/lib/snapd/desktop/applications/foobar2000_foobar2000.desktop /snap/bin/foobar2000 Z:%F"
Now ubuntu file explorer works ok, but in Double Commander single file is ok, when I mark more than one, than is adding only first to foobar, than I see "Unknown commandline parameter+/patch next file/"


Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #532
With "Z:"
In Ubuntu Files is ok: add selected files when enter, or open with..., in Double commander only one file, or one directory can add, from selected can't add: only first.
In Snap Notepad++ & Foobar : executing command are similar , DC association too, but notepad++ see full path, however foobar does not, so I must add Z:

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #533
Running Foobar in LM via Wine.

One annoying issue is not being able to use KEYBOARD commands (spacebar for pause, etc.). I miss this dearly from Windows. Any way to hack Foobar to use KEYBOARD commands?
Schweinhund---du bist bored genug to look at mein signature --- Dummkopf!!!!!!!!!!

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #534
That's incorrect. Wine should be turning Unix file paths into Windows file paths when Wine runs the program. If it isn't translating those, then either something is wrong with the version of Wine they're using, or quite possibly, the Unix to Windows path translation isn't working from within the sandbox. It is possible that the sandbox needs total filesystem permission to access mount points like that directly.

Lack of keyboard shortcut support is also a Wine shortcoming. If it isn't working, it's not foobar's fault it isn't working.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #535
@oh_no:

Keyboard commands running for me in Snap wine, winehq under Ubuntu, of course every Key must be associated with action like play/pause in preferences of Foobar.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #536
@oh_no:

Keyboard commands running for me in Snap wine, winehq under Ubuntu, of course every Key must be associated with action like play/pause in preferences of Foobar.

Yes .. that was it!! The keys were not mapped. Thx!!

BTW:  I'm sick of Wine! Any timeline on when a true and long-time-promised linux version might be released?
Schweinhund---du bist bored genug to look at mein signature --- Dummkopf!!!!!!!!!!

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #537
Hi.
Help me pls with some questions:
How can I use UI Hacks portable functions in linux?
Internal (fb) volume control doesn't work. How to fix this?
(v.1.5.5)

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #538
Internal (fb) volume control doesn't work. How to fix this? (v.1.5.5)
Change "Windows version" to Windows XP or install foobar 1.6 or newer.

 
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