Consider replacing sound-juicer with goobox
The meta-gnome3/1:3.14+3 package makes the switch from sound-juicer to goobox. Presumably, we should do the same.
#3 Updated by intrigeri over 3 years ago
- Target version changed from Tails_2.0 to Tails_3.0
On Jessie, with a 1280x800 display and a 20 tracks audio CD, the GUI doesn't adjust itself and the action buttons at the bottom of the window are hidden. To extract tracks, one must either know how to move the window with alt + drag'n'drop until they see the controls, or right click and choose "Extract" from the contextual menu. IMO it's not good enough, and Sound Juicer hasn't this problem. We'll see in Stretch.
#6 Updated by hefee about 1 month ago
it's low prio for a reason. as sound-juicer is still maintained upstream it is more a thing for a rainy sunday and hard to call it core work.
the only blocker is testing goobox to check if it's good enough now in Buster. see last test report on the ticket for Jessie!, that concluded that it was not back then.
#7 Updated by sajolida about 1 month ago
I meant to test goobox on the Mac I have which has a DVD drive but I can't start Tails 4.0 on it (yet!)
At first sight, goobox has a more transparent name in GNOME ("CD Player") which is a benefit over "Sound Juicer" but I couldn't test the bug that intrigeri reported in Stretch.