Internet radio browser GUI for music/video streams from various directory services.

⌈⌋ branch:  streamtuner2


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Again, you need a working Python+Gtk setup first.


### Configuration

Basically the configuration resembles the configuration on BSD/Linux. However there are some differences with respect to path names and utility programs which are not fully reflected in the help files. Please see the respective documentation on the other Wiki pages, namely [Player configuration](http://fossil.include-once.org/streamtuner2/wiki?name=player). 

#### Configuring full Unicode support

The Windows GTK2 setup does not provide full Unicode support. The tab symbols in the configuration window are therefore not displayed correctly. 

In order to restore Unicode support you can edit the <i>pango.aliases</i> file located in 

        [PythonDir]\Lib\site-packages\gtk-2.0\runtime\etc\pango.

Add the font <i>segoe ui symbol</i> to the lines defining the search order for the font families <i>sans</i> and <i>segoe ui</i>:

        sans       = "arial,lucida sans unicode,segoe ui symbol,browallia new,mingliu,simhei,gulimche,ms gothic,kartika,latha,mangal,raavi"
        "segoe ui" = "segoe ui,segoe ui symbol,meiryo,malgun gothic,microsoft jhenghei,microsoft yahei,gisha,leelawadee"

Restart Streamtuner2 and you're done. 

If you want more beautiful symbols then download the <i>Symbola</i> font from [here](http://users.teilar.gr/~g1951d/) and change pango.aliases accordingly.

### Python setup
### Setting up Python manually

There are probably modern Python distributions for Windows. No idea. It's definitely not something that should be handled on a per-application basis and with PyInstaller embellishments.


#### Manual installation of Python 2.7

[Oliver found](https://sourceforge.net/p/streamtuner2/discussion/1173108/thread/2a060ed4/?limit=25) a dependable recommendation for using Python 2 in [this discussion about PyGtk and PyGObject:]