I've recently downloaded Nightingale and I love it, it's really cool and smart.
Unfortunately I have a problem for which I haven't found any topic, when I'm listening at a playlist, the next track switches something like 5 seconds before the actual end of the song, and it's really disturbing sometimes.
I have a Songbird Add-On I've been asked to bring over to Nightingale. Is there a specific step by step description of the build instructions for each operating system?
What version(s) of Xcode can be used?
What version(s) of visual studio?
Linux configurations known to build?
and the dependencies folder for each operating system?
and once it is built, where is should it be posted?
I would like to thank you, the group of people who keep nightingale going. I was a songbird fan but I gave up on it. I'm a win 8 user and saw nightingale just seemed to perform better and loved the video support.
I'm telling my friends about it and am planning on writing a full review on why people should switch to it on my blog.
I'm sure you hear thanks quite a bit, but I'm liking this player so much I have to tell you!
Quote:As an open source project, innovation for Songbird Desktop is funded through donations by users like you.
If you appreciate and value the software, we'd appreciate a donation.
The Songbird Team
Since they cut off source code access for months I find this quite a joke to call for donations !!!
Open Source project means at least sharing code source.
I decided to installed Nightingale. I don't regret that decision at all. It's brilliant! I've been following this project since it was announced that Songbird would be ditching Linux builds. I held off converting because I didn't know whether or not I could transfer my library from the latest Songbird (seriously, you guys should make it bleedingly obvious that you can). All I wish for now is that Gecko 64 comes out so I can get 64bit Nightingale and use it to go pick up chicks like Steven Gates.
So, why is it better then Songbird? It's FASTER! All it needs is a Ferrari feather to really ZOOM! Sure, it crashes every now and again, but yolo! Speaking of feather, what we need apart from a red one is the classic Songbird one, as well as the current pink feather that made me real popular with all the boys at the YMCA. I'd like to give a shout out to Bruce. Hi Bruce!
I think that's pretty much it. Ah yeah, I don't know why everyone hates on the inbuilt browser. That thing is rockin'. No one thinks about checking the browser history of the music player! Giggy!