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Old 26th June 2011, 07:22 AM
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how to make Rhythmbox seek through tracts? (rewind/ FF) all guides don't work

Tried every single tutorial on how to get rythmbox to seek, it is non-working.

Does anyone know How to force it?

or perhaps how to make armorok play mp3 files, another few hours quest without producing results.

It seemed to work on FC10 but FC13 still has the same re-occuring bugs as a few previous versions?

(upgrading isnt an option as that will just reintroduce more bugs of yet unseen varieties)
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Old 26th June 2011, 07:27 AM
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Re: how to make Rhythmbox seek through tracts? (rewind/ FF) all guides don't work

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guides, make, rewind or, rhythmbox, seek, tracts, work

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