Can you describe not working a bit more Yann? i.e. there's simply no
notifications? If so maybe they added a preference for notifications which
you have to go enable.

I'm just guessing though.

On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 6:45 AM, Yann Ricquebourg <
yann.ricquebo...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Does anybody succeed to get Growl notification with new VLC 3.0.0?
> Or you confirm that you can get them only with previous version 2.2.8 as
> described in the previous message?
>
> Regards,
> -Yann.
>
> Yann Ricquebourg wrote on 10/02/2018 at 17:56
>
> Hello Charlie,
>
> Thanks for you answer. Since it addresses the problem with VLC, I prefer
> to answer in the right topic.
>
> Charlie S wrote on 10/02/2018 et 17:40
>
> VLC 3.0.0 has Growl Framework 1.2.2
>
> I agree. Exactly the same as VLC 2.2.8
>
> Can't update the FW before the first open of VLC (macOS verification on
> first open says it is damaged), after verify Upgrade FW via Growl Version
> detective looks to have worked.
>
> The same for me: Growl Version Detective displays the same version 2.0
> (meaning success?) after upgrading FW in VLC-2.2.8 and VLC-3.0.0
>
> But, after, for me there is a difference:
> VLC 2.2.8 now displays notifications
> VLC 3.0.0 remains silent
>
> In Growl 2.1.3 for VLC the only Notifications rule I see is New input
> playing.
>
> I agree, the description of the only notification is kept the same for VLC
> 2.2.8 and VLC 3.0.0 (and all the previous for years).
> And you can enable this only one notification in VLC preferences (first
> pane, "Interface", of basic preferences).
>
> Not sure where the setting is set enable notification for next playlist
> item in VLC.
>
> Maybe have I been unclear with my sentence only speaking of skipping to
> next song:
> for years this only notification of "New Input playing" is triggered
>
>    - when you start a new track by drag'n'dropping a file (e.g. a music
>    file) in VLC
>    - and also when the music skips (automatically or manually) to the
>    next track of the VLC playlist
>
> I get notifications with VLC 2.2.8 in the above two conditions (after
> upgraging FW 1.2.2 to 2.0 with Growl Detective).
>
> I can't get none of them with VLC 3.0.0 (even after performing the same
> upgrade).
>
>
> macOS 10.13.3
>
> macOS Sierra 10.12.6 for me,
> but tested also with same result on a 10.13
>
>
>
> Yann Ricquebourg wrote on 10/02/2018 à 17:26
>
> Hi,
>
> As discussed in another topic, Chris suggested to use Grow Version
> Detective to bring back growl notifications for VLC (2.2.8).
>
> It worked for me with the following config:
>
>    - macOS Sierra
>    - VLC 2.2.8, built-in with Growl FW 1.2.2
>
> => after upgrading VLC with Growl Version Detective, each time you skip to
> the next media file in VLC, you get a notification. Perfect.
>
> But with the brand new version 3.0.0 of VLC released meantime (yesterday),
> the suggestion does not work any longer whereas they use the same FW1.2.2
> and the detective correctly upgrades it to 2.0
>
> Did I miss something?
>
> Do other users manage to get notifications from VLC 3.0.0?
>
> Regards.
>
> -Yann.
>
>
>
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