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

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06:00 Fixed ticket [b9deab8292]: Couple small requests plus 5 other changes artifact: de905864af user: mario
03:27 Review ticket [b9deab8292]. artifact: 35d7dfc8c4 user: mario
06:07 Ticket [b9deab8292]: 5 changes artifact: 0048f9c1a2 user: mario
05:38 New ticket [b9deab8292]. artifact: b46d4a1f3c user: nobody

Ticket Hash: b9deab82924132b3c7f440add442ae1c157532ad
Title: Couple small requests
Status: Fixed Type: Feature_Request
Severity: Important Priority: Medium
Subsystem: Resolution: Workaround
Last Modified: 2015-04-07 06:00:21
Version Found In: 2.1.5
User Comments:
nobody added on 2014-11-10 05:38:43:

I have couple fr I hope you do not mind.

- Being able to export channels/stations/favorites as playlists

- Being able to jump to the current playing or last played station. Sometimes I play something, browse other stations and I forgot where the playing channel is. Easy to get lost


mario added on 2014-11-13 06:07:43:

I've been testing out the history plugin. It doesn't work very reliable, but can keep the last couple played stations under →favourites→history. So jumping back to the previous one is definitely implementable.

Channel/genre importing as .m3u seems entirely feasible. The UI doesn't yet support that, but I actually planned on adding selections; which could then be exported with the existing →station→save feature.

In the meantime a simple cache-to-m3u command line tool might help. All station listings are saved as JSON after all..

mario added on 2015-04-07 06:00:21:

As for exporting, there's now a preliminary "Export All" plugin. - It exports a whole category (for instance from the bookmarks tab) as PLS file.

It can just be installed with the latest 2.1.5 release. Simply download and copy it into /usr/share/streamtuner2/channels/.

There's still going to be proper core support somewhen. But as said, it's quite a bit more work to rewrite some interna.