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#26 2016-05-26 16:07:20

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

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#27 2016-05-26 18:42:19

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

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#28 2016-05-27 00:50:23

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

@kleiner_hussar cool, I have posted something similar on a few forums only for checksums

This is the weather wttr.in script.
I've had a zenity version for this before. Switched to yad and borrowed the usage instructions text from damo's github. big_smile

#!/bin/bash
text="   # wttr.in
   #Usage: :help (from http://wttr.in/:help )

    #$ (none)                           # current location
    #$ muc                              # weather in the Munic airport

    #Supported locations:

    # paris                              # city name
    # muc                               # airport code (3 letters)
    # @stackoverflow.com     # domain name"

weather_wttr() {
yad --html --browser --uri="http://wttr.in/$location" --width=900 --height=700 \
--button="Return!gtk-ok:0" --button="Exit!gtk-cancel:1" --title="Weather"
if (( $? == 1 )); then
    exit
fi
}

while (true); do
       location=$(yad --button="gtk-cancel:1" --button="gtk-ok:0" --entry \
                      --text="$text" --width=500 --height=300 --borders=10 \
                      --title="Weather" )

       if (( $? == 1 ));then
           exit
       fi
       weather_wttr
done

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#29 2016-05-27 01:59:16

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

kleiner_hussar wrote:

github script

NB youtube-dl can manage the downloading of videos from many more sites than just youtube wink

Nice, works perfectly. A new BL-yt-downloadrer hopefully . Grat, Damo smile

We could have a repository, or maybe just a list somewhere, so people can find these cool things easily. Googling is fine, but if you just want to look round the candy store and see what's on the shelves then some kind of index...


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#30 2016-05-27 14:36:09

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

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#31 2016-05-27 17:30:46

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

^ I must revisit the tabs functionality - I couldn't get my head around it first time  monkey


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#32 2016-05-27 17:39:03

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

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#33 2016-05-27 19:24:22

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

kleiner_hussar wrote:

Today's one is a real gem. Not only why it's code shows us how to use tabs in yad, but it is a rally neat application , a gtk settings editor merely similar to Lxapparence .
I found it in the yad wiki ( wasn't a great deal ) but it worked only partially, and screwed up my gtkrc files.
...

^Thanks for sharing

This is my little color dialog experiment. xclip required

#!/bin/bash
#Misko_2083

if ! hash xclip 2>/dev/null; then
   echo "Error: xclip not found"
   exit
fi

text="Select the color and click <b>Copy</b> to copy the color to the clipboard\n
You can change the output mode to hex or rgb\n"

# Initial values
RGB=0
COLOR_SWITCH="HEX"
COLOR_MODE="hex"
COLOR="#FFFFFF"

# Copy to Clipboard
copy_color() {
printf "%s" "$color" | xclip -selection clipboard
}

color_mode() {
return
}

while (true); do
       color=$(yad --color --separator="" --gtk-palette --button="${COLOR_SWITCH}:2" \
                   --button="gtk-close:1" --button="gtk-copy:0" --entry \
                   --text="$text" --width=500 --height=300 --borders=10 \
                   --title="Color Selector" --mode="${COLOR_MODE}" --buttons-layout=spread \
                   --init-color="${COLOR}"
               )
       RET=$?

       if (( $RET == 1 )) || (( $RET == 252 ));then
           exit
       fi

       COLOR="$color"

       if (( $RET == 2 ));then
           if [[ "$RGB" = "0" ]];then
               RGB=1
               COLOR_SWITCH="Rgb"
               COLOR_MODE="rgb"
           else
               RGB=0
               COLOR_SWITCH="Hex"
               COLOR_MODE="hex"
           fi

           color_mode
       fi

       copy_color
done

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#34 2016-05-27 19:42:03

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

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#35 2016-05-27 21:00:55

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

misko_2083 wrote:

This is my little color dialog experiment. xclip required

With either setting copy/paste only pastes the HEX code.  No RGB.  sad


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#36 2016-05-28 05:23:26

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

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#37 2016-05-28 05:39:07

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

Sector11 wrote:
misko_2083 wrote:

This is my little color dialog experiment. xclip required

With either setting copy/paste only pastes the HEX code.  No RGB.  sad

Sorry mate, I forgot that hidrogen has an older version of YAD.

yad --about

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#38 2016-05-28 06:15:56

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

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#39 2016-06-02 09:20:39

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

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#40 2016-06-02 09:23:21

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

A new one for today : a manpage browser.
Found on the GitHub.

Here is it : yaman

MOD EDIT: Post restored for yad contet from email notification.

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#41 2016-06-02 13:13:22

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

@kleiner_hussar What happened to your posts?
Self-censorship or your cat played with the keyboard? tongue
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#42 2016-06-02 13:20:56

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

misko_2083 wrote:

@kleiner_hussar What happened to your posts?
Self-censorship or your cat played with the keyboard? tongue
https://s14-eu5.ixquick.com/cgi-bin/ser … de3e7971c6

The first. I had to admit that this topic was a mistake from me. False address.

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#43 2016-06-02 15:28:43

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

40 replies in the short time it was here isn't a mistake.

This was taking off .. sad


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#44 2016-06-02 21:25:08

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

kleiner_hussar wrote:

I had to admit that this topic was a mistake from me.

Please do not handle any "mistake" threads or posts like this in the future. By removing your posts, you have derailed the thread that you yourself created. Your posts were useful and contained important content necessary for comprehendeing the context of the other posts. You have destroyed that.

If there is a next time, please PM a forum moderator, we can either edit the thread so it still makes sense or just replace references to your forum name with a pseudonym.

This is a warning, please don't remove posts en masse again, it will be grounds for a ban. Thank you.

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#45 2017-05-03 18:18:18

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

Currently trying to make a UI for PMRP - Poor Man's Radio Player

Works, just has issues with geo-blocked stations.
Why do they even use geo-blocking? hmm

bWk6so0t.png

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#46 2017-05-06 02:45:55

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

The other problem with radio players is that radio streaming urls seem to die very quickly. While more and more stations use flash (maybe with rtmp), the remaining ones that still provide urls to a stream that media players can use, change those urls often! How often you install some handy radio player, only to find that half the presets don't work...


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#47 2017-05-06 07:14:28

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

^ i regularly scrape somafm:

wget --recursive --no-directories --level=2 --accept pls,PLS,m3u,M3U \
--reject "*32.pls","*24.pls" \
http://somafm.com/ ; rm robots.txt

should also apply to other stations that use playlists.

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#48 2017-05-13 13:39:06

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

johnraff wrote:

The other problem with radio players is that radio streaming urls seem to die very quickly. While more and more stations use flash (maybe with rtmp), the remaining ones that still provide urls to a stream that media players can use, change those urls often! How often you install some handy radio player, only to find that half the presets don't work...

Exactly. Maintaining the presets can be a headake sometimes. Especially if there are lots of them in the preset.


ohnonot wrote:

^ i regularly scrape somafm:

wget --recursive --no-directories --level=2 --accept pls,PLS,m3u,M3U \
--reject "*32.pls","*24.pls" \
http://somafm.com/ ; rm robots.txt

should also apply to other stations that use playlists.

^I like that. That approach is much better.

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#49 2017-08-04 21:45:46

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Re: The great yad hacking thread

ohnonot wrote:

^ i regularly scrape somafm:

It's been a while since I was here last time and I totally forgot about this method. smile

Today I had a look at the radio script and fixed some glitches.
http://i.imgur.com/lUFNb6Dt.png
It has a log to view the previously played tracks. Also, it can be minimized to tray and restored.

So this is the radio script: pmrp.sh
Requres yad and mpv. (On this machine yad --version is 0.38.2 (GTK+ 2.24.25), mpv --version is mpv 0.6.2 )

#!/bin/bash
command -v mpv >/dev/null 2>&1 || (yad --text="PMRP requires 'mpv' but it's not installed!\nInstall 'mpv' to enjoy PMRP."; exit 1)

TEXTDOMAIN=ydesk
TEXTDOMAINDIR=/usr/share/locale

export LANG=C.UTF-8

export pmrp='@bash -c "run_stations %2"'
export pmrp_stations="stations"

export fpipe=$(mktemp -u --tmpdir pmrp.XXXXXXXX)
export ppipe=$(mktemp -u --tmpdir ppmrp.XXXXXXXX)
export cpipe=$(mktemp -u --tmpdir cpmrp.XXXXXXXX)
export statuspipe=$(mktemp -u --tmpdir cpmrp.XXXXXXXX)
export PMRPLIST=$(mktemp -u --tmpdir PMRPLIST.XXXXXXXX)

# Pipe for setting values in the form tab
mkfifo "$fpipe"
# control pipe - send commands to mpv
mkfifo "$cpipe"
# status pipe - send text to left text pane
mkfifo "$statuspipe"

# Create the list file
> $PMRPLIST

#File to store default category
export CAT_FILE=$(mktemp -u --tmpdir pmrpcat.XXXXXXXX)
> $CAT_FILE

trap "rm -f $fpipe $ppipe $cpipe $statuspipe $PMRPLIST $CAT_FILE" EXIT

pmkey=$(($RANDOM * $$))

# Categories are separated with "!" (without quotes)
# The last item in category is without trailing "!"
Categories="181.FM!
Blues!
Urban"

function stations
{
   if [[ "$1" != "$CAT_DEFAULT" ]]; then
      echo "Category: $1" >> "$ppipe"
   fi
   < "$pmrp_stations" sed -n -e 's/^.*'"$1: "'//p' \
   | sed -e $'s/\" \"/\\\n/g;s/\"//g' >> "$fpipe"
}
export -f stations

function run_stations
{
    echo "3:@disabled@"
    echo -e '\f' >> "$fpipe"

    echo "$1" > "$CAT_FILE"

    case "$1" in
	181.FM)
          stations "$1"
	    ;;
	Blues)
          stations "$1"
	    ;;
	Urban)
          stations "$1"
	    ;;
         *)
          echo "PMRP: Error! No such Category $1" >> "$ppipe"
            ;;
    esac
    echo "3:$pmrp"
}
export -f run_stations

function load_url
{
    echo "Station: $1   Url: $3" >> $ppipe    
    # Station to the list
    echo "$3" > $PMRPLIST
    # Unload current Playlist
    echo "playlist_remove current" > $cpipe
    # Load list
    echo "loadlist $PMRPLIST" > $cpipe
}
export -f load_url

function status_block
{
if [[ ! -z "$PMRP" ]]; then
   unset PMRP
else
  if [[ "$(echo "$1" | grep -c "^Name*")" = 1 ]]; then
      STATION="$1"
  elif [[ "$(echo "$1" | grep -c "^Title*")" = 1 ]];then
      TITLE="$1"
      date +"Time: %T" >> $ppipe
  elif [[ "$(echo "$1" | grep -c "^Bitrate")" = 1 ]];then
      BITRATE="$1 Kb/s"
  elif [[ "$(echo "$1" | grep -c "^PMRP:*")" = 1 ]];then
      PMRP="$1"
  fi
  
  if [[ -z "$PMRP" ]]; then
    echo "$STATION\n$BITRATE\n$TITLE" >> "$statuspipe"
  else
    echo "\n$PMRP\n" >> "$statuspipe"
  fi
  
  CAT_DEFAULT="$(cat $CAT_FILE)"

  if [[ "$CAT_DEFAULT" == "" ]]; then
     CAT_DEFAULT="181.FM"
  fi

   echo "$(for category in $Categories
           do
             if [[ "$category" == "$CAT_DEFAULT" ]]; then
                printf "^%s" "$CAT_DEFAULT"
             elif [[ "$category" != "$CAT_DEFAULT!" ]]; then
                printf "%s" "$category"
             else
                printf "^%s!" "$CAT_DEFAULT"
             fi
           done
          )" >> "$statuspipe"
   echo "$pmrp" >> "$statuspipe"
fi
}

exec 3<> $fpipe
exec 4<> $ppipe
exec 5<> $cpipe
exec 6<> $statuspipe

echo "PMRP: Ready to Play" >> "$ppipe"

killall mpv 2>/dev/null

  mpv --playlist=$PMRPLIST --input-file=$cpipe --cache 2048 --no-config --idle=yes 2>&1 \
     | awk '/[statusline]/{if ($0 ~ "icy-br:*") {gsub(/^.*icy-br:/,"");print "Bitrate  ", $0 ;}
                                 else {if ($0 ~ "icy-name:*") {gsub(/^.*icy-name:/,"");print "Name    ", $0;}
                                 else {if ($0 ~ "icy-genre:*") {gsub(/^.*icy-genre:/,"");print "Genre -", $0;}
                                 else {if ($0 ~ "icy-title:*") {gsub(/^.*icy-title:/,"");print "Title        ", $0;}}}}}
                                 {fflush(stdout)}'  | while read -r line; do status_block "$line"; echo "$line" >>"$ppipe"; done &
function main() {
  yad --plug="$pmkey" --tabnum=1 --form --cycle-read --field "":TXT --field "Category":CB  \
     --image-ontop --field="Load Stations!gtk-add:fbtn" <&6  &

  yad --plug="$pmkey" --tabnum=2 --list --no-markup --dclick-action='bash -c "load_url %s"' \
    --text "Double click to play" --text-align=center --column="Name" --column="Category" --column="Url" \
    --search-column=1 --expand-column=1 --print-column="3" <&3 &

  # comment out next line if you want to start with log
  # tail -f "$ppipe" | yad --text-info --title="PMRP-Log" --tail --window-icon=radio --width=600 --height=500 --button="gtk-close" &

  # loads fields on startup
  status_block "PMRP:   Poor Man's Radio Player"

  # Reprints metadata after returning from tray
  echo 'print_text ${metadata}' > $cpipe

  yad --paned --key="$pmkey" --button="Close to Tray!gtk-close":1 \
      --button="Show Log":'bash -c "tail -f -n +1 $ppipe | yad --text-info --tail --title=PMRP-Log --window-icon=radio --width=600 --height=500 --button=gtk-close" &' \
      --button="Pause/Continue":'bash -c "echo cycle pause >> $cpipe"' \
      --button="Stop":'bash -c "echo stop >> $cpipe"'  --text="Select a Category and click to Load Stations" --width=700 --height=500 \
      --title=$"PMRP" --splitter=300 --window-icon="radio" --orient=hor --image=radio --image-on-top --posx=10 --posy=100
RET="$?"

case $RET in
  252)
    echo "quit" >> $cpipe
    echo "PMRP: Preparing for radio silence" >> "$ppipe"
    echo "PMRP: Zzzzzzz" >> "$ppipe"
    ;;
   1)  yad --notification   \
          --image="radio"  \
          --text="PMRP"
        # Need to do this after returned from tray
        status_block ""
        run_stations "$(cat $CAT_FILE)" &>/dev/null
	main
    ;;
   *) exit 1
    ;;
esac
}
main


exec 3>&-
exec 4>&-
exec 5>&-
exec 6>&-

It uses this file to load stations from. needs to be in the same dir and named "stations" (without the quotes)

## Stations
# Tag: "Name" "Category" "URL"

## 181.FM
181.FM: "Jammin 181" "Urban" "http://relay.181.fm:8042"
181.FM: "Old School HipHop" "Urban" "http://relay.181.fm:8068"
181.FM: "The Beat" "Urban" "http://relay.181.fm:8054"
181.FM: "The Box" "Urban" "http://relay.181.fm:8024"
181.FM: "True R&B" "Urban" "http://relay.181.fm:8022"
181.FM: "Chilled Out" "Techno" "http://relay.181.fm:8700"
181.FM: "Energy 93" "Techno" "http://relay.181.fm:8044"
181.FM: "Energy 98" "Techno" "http://relay.181.fm:8800"
181.FM: "Studio 181" "Techno" "http://relay.181.fm:8072"
181.FM: "Techno Club" "Techno" "http://icyrelay.181.fm/181-technoclub_128k.mp3"
181.FM: "The Vibe of Vegas" "Techno" "http://relay.181.fm:8074"
181.FM: "80's Hairband" "Rock" "http://relay.181.fm:8014"
181.FM: "Chloe" "Rock" "http://relay.181.fm:8100"
181.FM: "Classic Buzz" "Rock" "http://relay.181.fm:8038"
181.FM: "Rock 181" "Rock" "http://relay.181.fm:8008"
181.FM: "Rock 40" "Rock" "http://relay.181.fm:8028"
181.FM: "The Buzz" "Rock" "http://relay.181.fm:8126"
181.FM: "The Eagle" "Rock" "http://relay.181.fm:8030"
181.FM: "The Rock" "Rock" "http://relay.181.fm:8064"
181.FM: "Party 181" "Pop" "http://relay.181.fm:8036"
181.FM: "Power 181" "Pop" "http://relay.181.fm:8128"
181.FM: "Smooth AC" "Pop" "http://relay.181.fm:8094"
181.FM: "The Heart" "Pop" "http://relay.181.fm:8006"
181.FM: "The Mix" "Pop" "http://relay.181.fm:8032"
181.FM: "The Office" "Pop" "http://relay.181.fm:8002"
181.FM: "The Point" "Pop" "http://relay.181.fm:8010"
181.FM: "UK Top 40" "Pop" "http://relay.181.fm:8070"
181.FM: "Beatles" "Oldies" "http://relay.181.fm:8062"
181.FM: "Classic Hits" "Oldies" "http://relay.181.fm:8132"
181.FM: "Good Time Oldies" "Oldies" "http://relay.181.fm:8046"
181.FM: "Mellow Gold" "Oldies" "http://relay.181.fm:8060"
181.FM: "Soul" "Oldies" "http://relay.181.fm:8058"
181.FM: "Super 70s" "Oldies" "http://relay.181.fm:8066"
181.FM: "Reggae Roots" "Latin" "http://relay.181.fm:8096"
181.FM: "Salsa" "Latin" "http://relay.181.fm:8098"
181.FM: "Acid Jazz" "Easy" "http://icyrelay.181.fm/181-acidjazz_128k.mp3"
181.FM: "Bebop" "Easy" "http://icyrelay.181.fm/181-bebop_128k.mp3"
181.FM: "Classical Guitar" "Easy" "http://icyrelay.181.fm/181-classicalguitar_128k.mp3"
181.FM: "Classical Jazz" "Easy" "http://icyrelay.181.fm/181-classicaljazz_128k.mp3"
181.FM: "Classical Music" "Easy" "http://icyrelay.181.fm/181-classical_128k.mp3"
181.FM: "Fusion Jazz" "Easy" "http://icyrelay.181.fm/181-fusionjazz_128k.mp3"
181.FM: "Sensual World" "Easy" "http://icyrelay.181.fm/181-sensual_128k.mp3"
181.FM: "The Breeze" "Easy" "http://relay.181.fm:8004"
181.FM: "Trance Jazz" "Easy" "http://icyrelay.181.fm/181-trancejazz_128k.mp3"
181.FM: "True Blues" "Easy" "http://icyrelay.181.fm/181-blues_128k.mp3"
181.FM: "Vocal Jazz" "Easy" "http://icyrelay.181.fm/181-vocals_128k.mp3"
181.FM: "Front Porch" "Country" "http://relay.181.fm:8016"
181.FM: "Highway 181" "Country" "http://relay.181.fm:8018"
181.FM: "Kickin' Country" "Country" "http://relay.181.fm:8130"
181.FM: "Real Country" "Country" "http://relay.181.fm:8034"
181.FM: "US 181" "Country" "http://relay.181.fm:8056"
181.FM: "Comedy Club" "Comedy" "http://relay.181.fm:8026"
181.FM: "90's Alternative" "90s" "http://relay.181.fm:8052"
181.FM: "90's Country" "90s" "http://relay.181.fm:8050"
181.FM: "90's Dance" "90s" "http://relay.181.fm:8140"
181.FM: "Lite 90's" "90s" "http://relay.181.fm:8048"
181.FM: "Star 90's" "90s" "http://relay.181.fm:8012"
181.FM: "80's Country" "80s" "http://relay.181.fm:8134"
181.FM: "Awesome 80's" "80s" "http://relay.181.fm:8000"
181.FM: "Lite 80's" "80s" "http://relay.181.fm:8040"

## Blues
Blues: "12 Bar" "Blues" "http://streaming.radionomy.com:80/12Bar"
Blues: "A Better Classic Blues Vintage Station" "Blues" "http://streaming.radionomy.com/A-Better-Classic-Blues-Vintage-Station"
Blues: "A Blues Dream" "Blues" "http://streaming.radionomy.com/ABLUESDREAM-Classic-NewBlues24H"
Blues: "Aardvark Blues FM" "Blues" "http://74.208.45.146:8639/stream"
Blues: "AcousticFM" "Blues" "http://listen.radionomy.com/Acoustic-FM"
Blues: "Best Blues I Know" "Blues" "http://streaming.radionomy.com/BestBluesIKnow"
Blues: "Blues Radio" "Blues" "http://185.33.22.13:8030"
Blues: "Cocktelera Blues" "Blues" "http://streaming.radionomy.com/Cocktelera-Blues"
Blues: "Con Alma de Blues" "Blues" "http://listen.radionomy.com/Con-Alma-de-Blues"
Blues: "Funky Blues" "Blues" "http://streaming.radionomy.com/FunkyBlues"
Blues: "Big Blue Swing" "Blues" "http://209.236.126.18:8002"
Blues: "Blues Radio UK" "Blues" "http://206.217.213.16:8430/"
Blues: "Crossroads Blues Radio" "Blues" "http://174.127.114.128:8134/stream"
Blues: "Houston Blues Radio" "Blues" "http://74.208.170.137:8640/stream"
Blues: "K-BLUES" "Blues" "http://listen.radionomy.com:80/K-BLUES"
Blues: "Radio Mississipi Blues" "Blues" "http://listen.radionomy.com:80/RadioMississipi-Blues"

I'd like to add playlist support and easier way to add/edit stations later.

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#50 2017-08-05 10:33:04

martix
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Registered: 2016-02-19
Posts: 911

Re: The great yad hacking thread

misko_2083 wrote:

Currently trying to make a UI for PMRP - Poor Man's Radio Player


I just gave it a try and it's way too cool!  cool    Using it in a terminal, works like a charm. Thank you for mentioning it.

Edit: Tried the GUI version too. Fantastic! Playing: [90's Dance - Reel 2 Reel - Can You Feel It? (Erick 'More' Radio Edit)]  devil  big_smile  cool

Last edited by martix (2017-08-05 10:40:20)

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