denis.spir at free.fr
Fri Nov 20 18:36:30 GMT 2009
Thomas Olsen <tanghus at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thursday 19 November 2009 22:04:28 spir wrote:
> > Duncan <1i5t5.duncan at cox.net> wrote:
> > > I've not tried it for that (or indeed, much at all), but perhaps the
> > > audiocd: kioslave will do what you need? It is discussed elsewhere in
> > > current threads. The default settings, including encoder quality, appear
> > > to be in (the application formerly known as) kcontrol (aka generically,
> > > system settings), advanced user settings, audio CDs. (And I see there a
> > > CD device setting, which might be why it wasn't working for me in my very
> > > limited tests as mentioned elsewhere, earlier.)
> > Thank you for your reply. I've noticed & set the settings in "(the
> > application formerly known as) kcontrol" (lol!). But have no idea how to
> > use "audiocd: kioslave".
> You should just slip the CD in the tray and after a short while the Device
> Notifier (you will have to add that to your panel) will pop up. There you will
> be asked what to do with it. Choose "Open in Dolphin". It then uses the
> audiocd kio slave. Otherwise just write audiocd:/ in the location bar of
> Konqueror or Dolphin.
Yes, I have the action in the device notifier. Before, it did nothing, now it opens Dolphin. I can also manually open the cd's "pseudo-folder" in Dolphin, then "audiocd:/" is automagically set in the address bar. In both cases, nothing appears in the folder view, it just pretends to. Clearly, there's something buggy there. Was not as clear earlier becuase I didn't even have action and/or audiocd: .
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