Yarock Music Player Added File System Browser View

December 7, 2013 — Leave a comment

yarock file system browser view


Yarock, a Qt music player features music collection cover art browsing now is at 0.9.65 with new features and bug fixes.

Yarock 0.9.65 changelog:

  • add file system browser view
  • add tunein stream image download support
  • add option to remove or not duplicate tracks in playqueue
  • improve discography part in context view
  • add loading status when building database
  • fix last fm now playing method
  • fix crash on browser favorite view
  • fix crash on menu bar clicking
  • fix mpris2 support
  • fix smart playlist edition (losing configuration)
  • fix little freeze when entering view by genre
  • fix browser item right click in case of single item selection
  • fix file dialog issue
  • fix regression on tracks move inside playqueue
  • improve settings view
  • lot of code rewrite/refactoring
  • change to facilitate fedora packaging (thanks to fedora community help)
  • add option to use system lib for src3party
  • change default installation path

Install Yarock Music Player:

For Ubuntu, Linux Mint and their derivatives, press Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard to open terminal. When it opens, run commands below one by one:

sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:samrog131/ppa

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install yarock

Source code and Gentoo, ArchLinux package are available in Yarock project page

yarock music browser

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