Hello, On šeštadienis 05 Vasaris 2011 13:07:08 Johannes Wiedersich wrote: > - ability to synchronize and manage media files on my ipod classic (a > google search tells me I should install amarok-ipod, but there is no > amarok-ipod in squeeze). ipod should show up in "Media sources home" -> "Local music". > - import my old podcasts. Somehow amarok managed to ignore the existing > podcasts in my /home/audio folder. (There is no 'media device' setting > in the configuration menue.) There used to be a bug about this. I don't recall if it was fixed. But read the point below. > - ability to show recently added files and albums Filter collection by e.g. "added:<1h". Click on the arrow in the Search Collection text box. > - ability to import my 'old' mysql database (amarok 1.4.10-2lenny1) into > amarok 2.3.1. (I guess I could do without that in case of a good > replacement for amarok). Settings -> Configure Amarok -> Collection -> Import All suggests are based on 2.4.0. Check if they apply to 2.3.1. > I also find the new user interface quite annoying. It appears more > 'clean' than the old one, but lacks many of the features that I found > useful. > > amarok has always been quite a huge monster application, slow to start > and rather wasteful on resources. In the past this disadvantage has been > compensated by a large feature set. The 'new' amarok on kde4 by > comparison, appears to be even slower to start and shows only a fraction > of the features compared to lenny. (I guess this is generally the case > with many applications for kde4). Well, that's your preference. Amarok has always been pretty bulky. Personally I don't find UI much worse as long as it satisfies my basic needs. -- Modestas Vainius <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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