Gnome Subtitles 1.7

Gnome Subtitles 1.7 is (finally) out. Changes: – Fixed multiple issues related to audio and video playback – GStreamer media playback engine rewrite – Subtitle lines displayed on the video are now immediately refreshed if changed – Fixed an issue which didn’t allow for multiple Gnome Subtitles instances to be running simultaneously – Fixed an issue which prevented the application from appearing translated/localized – Fixed an issue with Autocheck Spelling not working immediately when the app is opened – Help menu items now open correctly – Improved the Set Languages dialog window with information on how to install additional language packs – Fixed an issue with the side bar constantly resizing during playback – Fixed an issue where opening an audio file after a video would show the last frame played from the video – Added support for Enchant 2 (in addition to Enchant 1 which is still supported) – Optimization to only save the window state when closing the application – AppData and Desktop files have been updated
Note to packagers: – Packages should now depend on Enchant 2 instead of 1 (although 1 is still supported)
Issues: – Built-in video player stutters (#5) – Impossible to open a subtitles file via the file manager while Gnome Subtitles is already running (#139) – Only save the window state when closing the application (#143) – AppStream warns on insecure URLs (#144) – Improved message in the Set Languages dialog (#147) – Translations not being used in 1.6 on Fedora 31 (#149) – Change Type to Press in help (#150) – Change “coding” to “encoding” (#151) – Rename video Length to Duration (#152) – Add support for Enchant 2 (#153) – Remove “” from app (#154) – Side bar resizes itself during video playback (#157) – Help menu items (links and user guide) are not opening (#159) – Autocheck Spelling not working when the app is opened (#164) – Opening an audio file after a video file shows the last frame played from that video (#166) – Subtitle shown on the video not immediately updated while being edited (#167) – GStreamer Decoding Error while seeking with some files due to vaapi (#171) – Unable to open some kinds of audio files (#172) – Disable VAAPI by default to prevent playback issues (#173) – GStreamer media playback rewrite (#177)
Translations: – Jordi Mas (ca) – Marek Černocký (cs) – Ask Hjorth Larsen (da) – Daniel Mustieles, Rodrigo Lledó (es) – Jiri Grönroos (fi) – Charles Monzat (fr) – Balázs Úr (hu) – Andika Triwidada (id) – Nathan Follens (nl) – Piotr Drąg (pl) – Hugo Carvalho (pt) – Rafael Fontenelle (pt_BR) – Daniel Șerbănescu (ro) – Dušan Kazik (sk) – Matej Urbančič (sl) – Miroslav Nikolić (sr) – Anders Jonsson (sv) – Emin Tufan Çetin, Sabri Ünal (tr) – Yuri Chornoivan (uk) – Dz Chen (zh_CN)
Additional thanks: – Andre Klapper, Fernando Fernandez, Luz Paz Pedro Castro
Release notes are available at:
About ===== Gnome Subtitles is a subtitle editor for the GNOME desktop. It supports the most common text-based subtitle formats, video previewing, timings synchronization and subtitle translation.
Pedro Castro
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