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

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    <subtitle>🔌 OGG Icon</subtitle>
    <p>Introduces small state icons to make higher-quality Vorbis and
    Opus stations stand out. (Not all channels provide exact format
    information, so you'll mostly notice for Jamendo and Xiph.) </p>
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    <subtitle>🔌  Win32/subprocess</subtitle>
    <p>Wraps the player/application exec() method. Instead of simple
    shell execution, uses the Python subprocess module or win32 API
    functions. This is mostly unneeded on Linux (kills a few features
    even), but avoids the cmd.exe popup and delay on Windows. Highly
    experimental at the moment.</p>
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    <subtitle>🔌 OGG Icon</subtitle>
    <p>Introduces small state icons to make higher-quality Vorbis and
    Opus stations stand out. (Not all channels provide exact format
    information, so you'll mostly notice for Jamendo and Xiph.) </p>
  </section>

  <section>
    <subtitle>🔌 Win32/subprocess</subtitle>
    <p>Wraps the player/application exec() method. Instead of simple
    shell execution, uses the Python subprocess module or win32 API
    functions. This is mostly unneeded on Linux (kills a few features
    even), but avoids the cmd.exe popup and delay on Windows. Highly
    experimental at the moment.</p>
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    <subtitle>🔌 New favourite category </subtitle>
    <p>Adds a "New favourite category..." under Station > Extensions menu,
    and context menu options to copy station entries there. DND from
    other channels works, if you preselect the new subcategory beforehand.
    It's an afterthought/workaround for those who insist on using ST2 for
    stream management.</p>
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