Release v1.47.2 was mentioned in another issue’s comments, and Play Store version has indeed been updated, but that release is missing from Github releases.
Steps to reproduce
Open Github releases page for the project.
Find release v.1.47.2 (or later).
Observed behavior (that appears unintentional)
The current latest release on Github is 1.47.0.
I don’t know if it’s related, but v.1.47.0 has been tagged ”changeme” instead of the usual vX.Y.Z pattern.
All right, I got curious enough try again, and found that this is apparently caused by the static build of ffmpeg that I’m using: I used
yle-dl --verbose again, then interrupted the download immediately, ran the ffmpeg command (as reported by yle-dl) directly, and this resulted in a segmentation fault.
I then tried the same command in a VM with ffmpeg from Ubuntu repositories, and there the download finished successfully.
So the only remaining issue with yle-dl in this is the terminal being broken: that did not occur with directly-run ffmpeg despite the segfault.
I’m closing this issue though, so that it remains as documentation for the problem (and cause) as originally reported.
Trying to download this 7-hour long program only downloads (about) the first 6 hours and 40 minutes (~ 11 GB), after which the process just stops, and leaves Gnome terminal screwed up (typed characters are invisible until I run
reset). In the web player the video seems to play past that point just fine.
This is on Ubuntu 20.04 with ffmpeg version N-58594-g715f63232f-static (static build from git master on 20210908).
jani@saegusa:Työpöytä$ /usr/local/bin/yle-dl 'https://areena.yle.fi/1-50934704'
yle-dl 20210808: Download media files from Yle Areena and Elävä Arkisto
Copyright (C) 2009-2021 Antti Ajanki <firstname.lastname@example.org>, license: GPLv3
Unsupported codec with id 98313 for input stream 2
Unsupported codec with id 98313 for input stream 5
Unsupported codec with id 98313 for input stream 8
Unsupported codec with id 98313 for input stream 11
Unsupported codec with id 98313 for input stream 14
Unsupported codec with id 98313 for input stream 17
Unsupported codec with id 98313 for input stream 20
Unsupported codec with id 98313 for input stream 23
Unsupported codec with id 98313 for input stream 26
Unsupported codec with id 98313 for input stream 29
Output file: YleX Esittää: Yle 95 - synttäribileet Linkkitornista: 2021-09-18T00:00.mkv
jani@saegusa:Työpöytä$ size=10814976kB time=06:39:40.68 bitrate=3694.5kbits/s speed= 44x
Note the prompt appearing on top of ffmpeg output on the last line. Typing
echo $? reveals that the process exited with code 1.
Here’s the output when run with
I’ve only tested this over the past couple of days so I don’t know if it’s a temporary error. Since the portion of the stream that I actually care about is all prior to the 6-hour mark, and the partial download is playable, I’m not too bothered to have the rest download. Reporting this just in case it’s a useful test of a corner case.
Also, I tested the 94.0a1 nightly now, and the issue is still present.
I ran mozregression like this (twice, to be sure):
MOZ_ENABLE_WAYLAND=1 mozregression --profile /home/jani/.mozilla/firefox/fyaus28k.LP1940417 --bad 91 --good 89 --profile-persistence clone-first
Here’s the result (it was the same for both bisects):
5:25.73 INFO: No more integration revisions, bisection finished.
5:25.73 INFO: Last good revision: 9f0fbb1431721c9eae68a3c94ae49a4d33fdb1f8
5:25.73 INFO: First bad revision: 7b82d177a6b979036f180329be6b029d690d9e0c
5:25.73 INFO: Pushlog:
According to that log, this changeset was introduced to address #1661516.
Describe the bug
The email with updates from the last 24 hours lists identifications, and mentions the name of the user having made the ID. The name is apparently supposed to be listed three times (!), but the middle occurrence is ”untranslated”, resulting in it being rendered as ”User S” for all identifications listed in the email.
Tooltip text for the ”User S” string says ”translation missing: fi.user_s_id”, as I’m using the fi locale, but
user_s_id is nowhere to be found in Crowdin, nor in current
en.yml, so I suspect this is independent of the locale. The reference to
user_s_id is in
I don’t know if this is doable, but after fixing this broken reference, I’d remove the first (header) mention of the identifier from the email altogether, since it’s followed by a listing of all the new identifiers anyway, so mentioning just the last identifier’s name in the header is redundant and confusing.
Also, rather than fixing/adding the currently broken ”User S” reference in the source, I’d remove it too, since the identifier’s name is already listed (for the third time!) right after the ID.
- Subscibe to email updates.
- Have your observations identified in the last 24 hours.
- View the email update listing the identifications.
(A mockup of how the simplified view I’d prefer to receive. Sorry I didn’t have the email in English to base this on.)
I’m using Gmail with Brave if that’s relevant.
There’s no gnome-shell-extension-dashtodock package for focal , but I did try with Dash to Dock from extensions.gnome.org, and could not reproduce the issue with it. I tried with the default settings, as well as after recreating the look & feel of Ubuntu Dock as much as possible.
Dash to Dock has customizable action for the scroll (to either switch workspaces or windows, or to do nothing), and all of those also worked just as expected.
I also noticed that using the two finger scroll function of the touchpad on my laptop does *not* trigger this (whereas using the mouse on it does).
*  https://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=gnome-shell-extension-dashtodock