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Re: Youtube Viewer

From: Raghav Gururajan
Subject: Re: Youtube Viewer
Date: Tue, 21 May 2019 15:33:29 +0000

> I can't reproduce this (as it happens, I have both youtube-viewer
> and mpv installed in my regular profile):
> ============================ Terminal Time
> =============================
> ~ λ grep video_player_selected
> .config/youtube-viewer/youtube-viewer.conf
> video_player_selected => "mpv",
> ~ λ youtube-viewer
> =>> Search for YouTube videos (:h for help)
>> guix
> 1. My crush on GNU Guix (by DebConf Videos) [46:35]
> […snipped…]
> =>> Select one or more videos to play (:h for help)
>> 1
> =>> Description
> […]
> ===================== MPV opens in a new window
> ========================
> Are both youtube-viewer and mpv installed to the same profile?
> Which profile is that? Could you try the command

Yes, they are both in my user profile.

> guix environment --pure --ad-hoc youtube-viewer mpv --
> youtube-viewer

I did this and I was led to "address@hidden ~ [env]$". Anyway, I never used 
command-line for this app.

> to see if removing any possible sources of confusion helps? (That
> command also works for me, but I don't *need* it.)

> I'm also a bit confused by your phrasing, ‘under preferences…’ and
> ‘…click play’. For me, youtube-viewer is a CLI tool and I've
> always used it as such. Are you saying there's a gooey?

I am using the GUI. Yes, GUI is installed by default. In my GNOME Dash, it 
appears as "GTK Youtube Viewer" with a "blue camel" in the icon.

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