- Fixed parsing album title from radio stream metadata (#1023).
- (macOS) Fixed Strawberry not starting, incorrect rpath for libgcc_s.1.1.dylib (#1025).
- (macOS) Fixed HTTP streaming.
Open a terminal and type the following command:
install_name_tool -change /usr/local/opt/gcc/lib/gcc/11/libgcc_s.1.1.dylib /Applications/strawberry.app/Contents/Frameworks/libgcc_s.1.dylib /Applications/strawberry.app/Contents/Frameworks/libgcc_s.1.dylib
If anyone has a 32-bit Windows 10 machine, can you please test both of these and report back if they work or not:
Subsonic doesn't use the grouping, and splitting subsonic albums wasn't related to grouping, so replying to the same thread is a bit confusing.
I made splitting albums by grouping optional now, off by default, the old behavior can turned on in the advanced grouping settings:
Close Strawberry and try deleting
gst-inspect-1.0 queue2 show it?
Microsoft, Symantec, BitDefender and many others have cleared the detection, but there is still detection from AVG and Avast and a few others even though they reported back that the detection was removed.
I recently switched to the Trinity Desktop and experienced this too. It's the native desktop notifications through DBus that fails.
I set the timeout to 1 seconds for the connection. Fixed here: https://github.com/strawberrymusicplayer/strawberry/commit/72ff502e0f70b0db75858ef7cf414eed189d075e