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ReplayGain

Amarok 1.x Scripts by maacruz 274 comments

Ah, ok. I used "-a" which also changed the mp3 file per-frame data instead of just adding tags. I'm currently plaing a bit with mp3gain, but it sounds good so far. Thanks for your help! - Jan 09 2006
ReplayGain

Amarok 1.x Scripts by maacruz 274 comments

Whops, sorry... Seems to have been a typical case of PEBKAC... In fact the script chooses 40-50% volume for Oggs and around 80-85% for MP3s, but actually it sounds ok. I had a few MP3s which accidentially where not mp3gain-Tagges at all, these were also played at 85% but sounded much to loud. After running mp3gain on them it seems to be ok. (Although your replaygain script winding up the volume from 35% to 85% on a song change looks and sounds funny... :-)

Thanks for your fast response and sorry for the confusion caused,

Interneci - Jan 09 2006
ReplayGain

Amarok 1.x Scripts by maacruz 274 comments

Hi!

I have many Oggs a some few MP3s which are vorbisgain / mp3gain tagged. Using this cool script I just found it finally has an even if playing on my PC, which is more than cool! :-)
However, it does not yet have quite the effect I wanted it to:

While (using radio gains) all Ogg songs sound about equally loud and all mp3s as well, the MP3s sound much louder compared to the Oggs. This cript chooses around 50% (+/- 10%) loudness setting for Oggs and about 80% (+/- 10%) fpr MP3s - what am I doing wrong?

Pointers to FAQs are greatly appreciated! :-)

Greetings,

Interneci - Jan 09 2006
Neutral

Cursors by nikaa 31 comments

Please see my comment above. - Dec 04 2005
Which versions of netral and crystal cursors provide the basis for your modification? That'd probably an interesting additional information. Besides that, cool idea to replace netral's spinner with the crystal clock. :-) - Dec 04 2005
Neutral

Cursors by nikaa 31 comments

You probably installed using the KDE control center and were affected by this bug: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=116431 Simply re-install the cursor theme manually and it should work. - Dec 04 2005
Fahrenheit Window Decoration

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by Rodion 50 comments

Hi!

A feature request: How about changing the window border sligthly for maximized windows, as Keramik does? Maximized windows should IMHO lack the lower right and the upper left handles so they make better use of the screen size without annoying manual adjustments?

Greetings,

Interneci - Jun 06 2004
Plastik Woody Package

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes by DrFalken 8 comments

This won't work, they changed the name to libqt3c102-mt for a reason. Testing /Unstable is compiled using gcc > 3.1.x which is binary incompatible with all C++ programs compiled with gcc - Sep 05 2003
Resizeable Tux Cursor!

Cursors by MasterSeven 42 comments

Hi!

I still have not completely figured out how to reliably use Xcursor themes. If I configure the theme via X ressources, it's only partially used, depending on where I point in my apps. If I configure it using index.theme, its used everywhere.I added a Size=32 below the "Inherits=" line there which seems to work more or less, however some of the icons look too big, eg. the "pointing" tux is quite a bit larger than the animated "standard" tux. The animated hourglass is simply huge. Is this the way it's meant to or am I doing something wrong?
Additionally a suggestion: IMHO it's no too good idea to make the standard cursor animated. How about adding a variant of this theme with a static default cursor that just gets "into action" if changed to a special cursor (eg. make the "pointing tux" cursor animated, instead of the default cursor.) Or publish this theme's sources so I can modify it myself. :-)
Anyway, thanks alot for this really innovative and funny theme! :-)
Greetings,

Interneci - Mar 21 2003