looking for two gui accessible applications
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sat Nov 27 16:08:41 UTC 2021
hello Didier and all,
Thanks a million for updating the youtube-dl to yt-dlp. It made a huge
difference in terms of download speed. When I tried youtube-dl I was
disappointed. It took almost 15 minutes to download a five minutes
video. with yt-dlp it took half a minute to download the same video.
I have a question though. What is the correct format to specify the
folder where I want the downloaded tracks to go to? I tried -Folder,
--Folder and /Folder/ but it did not work. It simply dumped the tracks
on my desktop.
On 11/26/21 5:02 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Hello Ibrahim,
> these commands list each configuration file shipped in a newly installed
> package if a non identical file bearing the same name already exists,
> and let
> you decide what to do.
> Initially the new file has been installed alongside the old one, its
> name having
> with the .new extension instead of .conf
> Your choices are:
> 1. replace the old file by the new one. The old one will be backed up,
> suffix being changed from .conf to .orig
> 2. delete the new configuration file.
> 3. display the differences between the ols and the new file
> 4. use the application vimdiff (or gvimdiff in graphical mode) to
> display the
> differences between the old and the new file and let you cherry-pick
> the ones
> you want to apply
> 5 Do nothing. Then you can deal with the differences otherwise or run
> dotnew or
> gtk-dotnew later.
> If you didn't customize the "old" configuration file, it is safe to
> replace it
> by the new one.
> I should probably include these explanation in the Slint HandBook...
> Le 26/11/2021 à 03:01, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
>> Hello Didier,
>> Is this command necessary::
>> dotnew (or dot-new-gtk in a graphical environment).
>> I am under the impression that issuing this command would override my
>> customized settings. Am I correct?
>> On 11/25/21 8:05 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>>> Hi Ibrahim and All,
>>> yt-dlp is now provided for Slint.
>>> I am little late because I took this occasion to upgrade ffmpeg, mpv
>>> and vlc. mpv now uses yt-dlp as downloader if available.
>>> To know more:
>>> Le 22/11/2021 à 16:50, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
>>>> Hello friends,
>>>> I am wondering if there are good applications for downloading from
>>>> youtube that works well with linux! I am looking for something
>>>> similar to Ponte's media downloader which works well with windows
>>>> screen readers. Is there such an app?
>>>> The second application I am hoping to find is a good weather app. I
>>>> tried to the weather on the terminal and did not like it at all.
>>>> So, I am hoping to find a better alternative that works on the gui.
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