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#261
Originally Posted by KotCzarny View Post
oscp (0.9.69)
internet radio browser
This player has tons of options, gui needs a few minutes 'getting used to' but works very nicely and fast - I might make one of my N900's a stand alone oscp player

Any idea why the browser 'by country' doesn't find stations selecting 'Netherlands' while it does show it should contain 131 stations? There are a few other countries with the same issue (e.g. Australia)
If I select by language 'Dutch' the stations do appear so there is a workaround.

Another (minor) thing the back button doesn't always seem to work as expected. When I enter a directory from root menu and use the back button the program can't re-enter root menu and selecting / doesn't work anymore.
 
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#262
@t-b: as i've said, radio browser is still rough draft, most likely some bug i will have to find and squash. added to TODO. as for back button it's a bit complicated, root menu is something virtual, so going to dir1 changes context to dir1 and 'back' is 'parent dir' now. in short, 'back or parent' is something that's in the first position in the playlist. as for '/' not working, was it in ncurses or gtk ui? hmm. gonna investigate that. quick tip, you can start oscp in console (ie. oscp -d 0) and with hw kb open you can click misc parts of the screen just as in gtk. don't forget to quit the previous core from gtk though (red button near the gears icon i think). thanks for the feedback!
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#263
Originally Posted by KotCzarny View Post
as for '/' not working, was it in ncurses or gtk ui?
Happens in gtk ui
 
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#264
oscp (0.9.71) stable; urgency=low

* ncurses: added: ctrl-l - redraw window (in case it gets mangled), ctrl-r - reload dir
* pygtk: updated multisong display
* list display fixes

@t-b: can you update to 0.9.71 and check if it's still happening (both issues)? if yes, try to describe exact steps to repeat the bug (check first if it's repeatable or random)
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Originally Posted by KotCzarny View Post
@t-b: can you update to 0.9.71 and check if it's still happening (both issues)? if yes, try to describe exact steps to repeat the bug (check first if it's repeatable or random)
Update did indeed fix the back to root issue. The other issue with selecting station 'by country' is still there. For some countries it works for some not (e.g the Netherlands). Not really an issue for me because I can select the same stations if I select Dutch 'by language'.
 
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hrm, can't reproduce it. even if i start it anew and go to 'by country' -> dutch, i get stations already. i will keep trying to find a way to brake it on my n900 too. offtopic, to anyone using oscp, i've replaced third post with a manual draft and i will keep on adding info there (http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php...stcount1460158)
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#267
oscp (0.9.72) stable; urgency=low

* fix: shoutcast servers being confused by UA
* fix: missing stations bug in radio browser (hopefully)

@t-b: please check if the bug is gone.
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#268
Originally Posted by KotCzarny View Post
oscp (0.9.72) stable; urgency=low
@t-b: please check if the bug is gone.
Yes, I needed to disconnect and connect again to make it work but it is fixed thx
 
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well, technically it's 'kill core' + 'respawn local core and connect to it', but i'm glad it works, cheers!
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#270
oscp (0.9.73) stable; urgency=low

* fix: some more shoutcast quirks
* fix: some audiocards support only one frequency

if you stumble on a station that fails in oscp, but works in any other player, please let me know.
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