- QML UI: Show cover art in "All episodes" (bug 1602)
- Add "on_channel_context_menu" (patch by Nick Stevens)
- MP3 player device sync support (bug 1579, by Joseph Wickremasinghe)
- Threading: Use util.run_in_background to spawn threads
- QML UI: Set title bar text for multi-select sheet
- QML UI: Scroll episode list when opening last item
- Gtk UI: Initial hack for embedded shownotes display
- CLI: Show more of the title when updating feeds
- Flattr integration (bug 1576, by Bernd Schlapsi)
- DB schema: Cleaner upgrades, fix column order
- Updated translations and various bug fixes
For packages in distributions, see the downloads page.
Thanks to all users who supported the gPodder project by providing bug reports, patches, documentation, feedback or donations / Flattrs.
I don't get it. Prompted to upgrade, download upgrade, upgrade is some python stuff, I think?ReplyDelete
How do I apply that to my current Windows install of gPodder
I cannot get the iPod information to so up. I get nothing in the proferences to set the mount point for the ipod and there are no sync menu items with version 3.2.0ReplyDelete
dj: The Windows update can now be downloaded from the downloads page, scroll down a bit and you should see it (you might have to hit F5/Refresh, as I've just uploaded it).ReplyDelete
I dig some of the improvements, but are we going to see some of the things I loved in Ubuntu back?ReplyDelete
Having to run gPodder as a window all the time just doesn't cut it (I miss the tray icon), and having a toolbar button to sync (I'm a stickler for a good toolbar) would greatly improve functionality.
Bram: On Ubuntu, you can enable the tray icon feature (App Indicator in Unity) from the preferences window in the "Extensions" tab. Same for Unity integration (this will show the download progress on the gPodder icon in Unity).ReplyDelete
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Got it. Thanks!Delete
I gotta ask;Delete
Why does it react so differetly from version 2.20? For instance, left-clicking doesn't show the window, but a menu which gives me a chance between showing the window or shutting down the program.
Right-clicking does the same.
If it ain't broke... fix it?
Sorry for being so flippant, but it's so counter-intuitive, even counter-interface (I use Gnome 3).
This is actually the behavior of all AppIndicator applets in Unity (it might make more sense if you use Unity). Of course, on Gnome 3, a GtkStatusIcon might be better-suited for this.Delete
It should not be too hard to write an extension for a status icon instead of an AppIndicator (the current state of the Linux Desktop is [as always] quite messy, but I personally think that Unity has at least a clear mission, good backing of Canonical and something that works for me for day-to-day usage).
Please contribute and write an extension that does the status icon! :) You can even use share/gpodder/extensions/ubuntu_appindicator.py as your starting point and simply replacing the AppIndicator API with the gtk.StatusIcon object.
I have pretty much no experience in coding, but I'll see what I can do.Delete
So... that was disheartening. I appreciate your efforts even more after having looked at the code of that plugin.Delete
doesn't launch on nokia n9 after update. See also nokia store with comments from other people having the same problem with 3.2.0.ReplyDelete
Looks like iPod synchronisation isn't there yet. Could you give any indication on when it'll be there?ReplyDelete
hi, first i would like to thank team for the sync tool! great job!ReplyDelete
one feature is missing and i'am wondering is it not implemented yet or is it not planed to be in the version 3? in version 2 i was able to choose a single podcast to sync or not, now its gone
thx for info & sorry for my english
This will hopefully be implemented again for a future version, yes.Delete
I like downloading Youtube videos because it's a great way to past the day listening to tech show podcast while working without the need to have the browser open and creating playlist daily. And sometimes I prefer to download them than watch them from the site thru my HDTV at home.
How come we don't have an option to pick the quality of the video? I have seen other programs that do but I prefer gPodder. Just wondering if this is being considered. Would love to have at least HD 720 download ability. Would make my life so much easier.
Thanks for the great program though.
You can set the video quality in the advanced configuration setting "youtube.preferred_fmt_id". The possible values can be found here:Delete
These formats are also listed in src/gpodder/youtube.py in the gPodder source code.
You rock. Thanks.Delete
When it try to sign into my Flattr-Account i get an Error: "Webkit/gtk not found". Using Win7ReplyDelete