PyRadio is command line internet radio player written in Python.
It uses MPV, Mplayer or VLC to play streams.
Up/Down/j/k/PgUp/PgDown – move through station list Enter/Right/l – play selected station -/+ or ,/. – change volume m – mute r – random station g – go to first station 3G – go to 3th station Space/Left/h – stop/start playing selected station Esc/q – quit
The latest version of PyRadio 0.8.8.3 amongst many improvements and fixes brings basic mouse support.
The mouse can be used as follows: Click Change selection Double click Start / stop the player Middle click Toggle player muting (does not work with all terminals) Wheel Scroll up / down Shift-Wheel Adjust volume (does not work with all terminals)
To enable mouse support go to Config Window (c), change Enable Mouse Support to True, save settings (s) and restart Pyradio for the change to take effect.
Tried your suggestion. Now the scrollwheel still sucks as it skips two lines, the single left click doesn’t do anything at all, middle click stops/starts play (not mute) and indeed the audio volume up/down with shift+wheel doesn’t work either.
I know, that’s not your doing but I would like to tell this as you will get a lot of different “this works not as advertised” messages.
If I’m now using your setup and with you it’s working then I would be a bit flabbergasted…
No problem! It still is one of my favorite stream players. Maybe it would be nice to have something like a “country” playlist with the best streams for that country. I will update mine with a few Dutch radios. Switching between lists is easy with the O key.
I am the active developer of pyradio and would like to inform you that I know about these problems. I have released two BUG FIX releases since yesterday, so we’ll just have to wait for @napcok to update the package
Other than that, I have been using mabox the last couple of days (actualy the latest three versions were developed on mabox) and I find it absolutely fascinating!
I have been looking for a WM distro for a long time, but anything existing seemed to be based on debian and having so old s/w kept me away. But now… we have mabox!