Re: [slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2018-01-02 Thread reinholdk
pablolie wrote: > I never ever liked switching to mysb... avoided it. It was only > necessary when the software somehow broke. These days I avoid entering > my account info, and I eagerly await a version that ignores the > existence of mysb altogether. You know about the --nomysqueezebox

Re: [slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2018-01-01 Thread pablolie
I never ever liked switching to mysb... avoided it. It was only necessary when the software somehow broke. These days I avoid entering my account info, and I eagerly await a version that ignores the existence of mysb altogether. ...pablo Server: Virtual Machine (on VMware Workstation 14 Pro)

Re: [slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2017-12-27 Thread slartibartfast
mitcharf wrote: > It's not that he doesn't think Europeans don't use that expression, it's > just that he's very nuanced about his own well-wishing. For his own > private > reasons, he wants Europeans to have a happy Christmas, while he wants > everyone else to have a merry Christmas. > > -- >

Re: [slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2017-12-27 Thread Mitch Harding
It's not that he doesn't think Europeans don't use that expression, it's just that he's very nuanced about his own well-wishing. For his own private reasons, he wants Europeans to have a happy Christmas, while he wants everyone else to have a merry Christmas. -- Mitch!!!

Re: [slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2017-12-27 Thread slartibartfast
iPhone wrote: > . > Merry Christmas (Happy Christmas for the Europeans), Happy Holidays, and > Happy New Year to our still functioning community! All the comments are > right on point. What other forum has this much information, this much > available help, this many plug-ins, and is still up and

Re: [slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2017-12-26 Thread iPhone
. Merry Christmas (Happy Christmas for the Europeans), Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year to our still functioning community! All the comments are right on point. What other forum has this much information, this much available help, this many plug-ins, and is still up and running after the

Re: [slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2017-12-26 Thread garym
Apesbrain wrote: > This thread is a good excuse to thank all of you for your help over the > years. Happy holidays! Agree. The things I've learned from the nice folks on this forum have completely transformed my interaction with my music. Happy 2018! *Home:* VortexBox 4TB (2.4) > LMS 7.9.1

Re: [slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2017-12-26 Thread Apesbrain
This thread is a good excuse to thank all of you for your help over the years. Happy holidays! Apesbrain's Profile: http://forums.slimdevices.com/member.php?userid=738 View this thread:

Re: [slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2017-12-25 Thread Mnyb
Oh yes mysqueezebox.com did collapse ever Xmas :) , but I thought it was down to an excess of existing users suddenly using thier device ( the capacity of services and websites seems to design at some avarage load and not every user 24/7 ) and that the support staff was on Holliday so the

Re: [slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2017-12-25 Thread garym
castalla wrote: > You can easily create the same this sensation by getting a Google Home > device - spend hours of fiddling with atrocious software on a smartphone > to set it up, discover that most 'features' don't work as advertised, go > the laughably named Help Forum where nobody has any

Re: [slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2017-12-25 Thread castalla
garym wrote: > Fondly recalling the old days where Christmas morning would create a > flurry of new member postings on the forum asking some version of "how > do i make this thing work?" And there was the usual "squeezenetwork > (mysqueezebox.com)" outages due to the influx of new users around

[slim] The Forum's Old Days on Christmas Morning

2017-12-25 Thread garym
Fondly recalling the old days where Christmas morning would create a flurry of new member postings on the forum asking some version of "how do i make this thing work?" And there was the usual "squeezenetwork (mysqueezebox.com)" outages due to the influx of new users around this time. I'm very