Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 9th Nov 2006 10:00 UTC
Syllable, AtheOS The Syllable team has just released Syllable 0.6.2. Highlights: "A new audio framework for the media server, with new and improved audio drivers and support for multichannel and digital audio; a new look, with new fonts, icons and wallpapers; a huge number of translated applications for non-English users; upgrades to important system components and a switch to GCC 4.1.1, which has yielded noticable performance improvements, and much more."
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RE: Hello from Syllable
by Vanders on Thu 9th Nov 2006 11:21 UTC in reply to "Hello from Syllable"
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I'm glad to hear Syllable works for you. Hopefully this will be of some help to you:

my NTFS partition is not visible from within Syllable

Syllable will not automatically mount any other partitions for you. If you open the Disks icon on your desktop, right-click in the window and then select "Mount" you will see a list of available devices and partitions. You can mount your Windows partition from here.

Abrowse (which uses Gecko, I think)

ABrowse actually uses a port of KHTML as it's rendering engine.

I have no ideea how to test the new audio framework. I've tried to play a MP3 file but it says it is an unknown filetype, and the Media Player doesn't seem to work.

Double-click on the Preferences icon on your desktop, then open the Media preferences. There is a "Default audio output" drop-down list at the bottom of the window. If your audio device is supported, select it from this list and then click "Apply". ColdFish and Media Player should both now work.

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