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Odio in spanish means HATE... what an awful name... xD

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luisam
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On 1/3/2019 at 7:21 PM, masterupc said:

Odio in spanish means HATE... what an awful name... xD

 

A common funny mistake for lack of general language knowledge. I have seen worse mistakes, like the Mitsubishi "Pajero"!  Means according to my dictionary jerk or  jerk-off, wanker, slacker, tosser or something like that. Renamed as "Montero"!

 

And, yes, it's a rather featureless player.  mostly a nice looking playlist.

 

An interesting detail is  to mention http://www.radio-browser.info in "About", resuming 22570 radio stations. You can compile PLS, M3U and XSPF playlist files for your player or play any station directly. Somehow, ODIO fails to mention how to include any of these files to play in the main application.

Actually, I could play M3U files with "1by1 Player" simply copying it to install folder but no luck with Odio.

 

EDITED:

On 1/4/2019 at 9:41 PM, teodz1984 said:

ODIO was probably intended as a homonym for AUDIO

 

We can't really control these homonyms across international borders..

ex. THE Korean word for YOU ARE (NEGA) sounds like the slang for black person.. 

 

As wrote, previously, I've seen WORST errors...

Edited by luisam

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teodz1984
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ODIO was probably intended as a homonym for AUDIO

 

We can't really control these homonyms across international borders..

ex. THE Korean word for YOU ARE (NEGA) sounds like the slang for black person..

 

RADYO would probably better

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steven36

Works on Linux witch is nice

 

On 1/4/2019 at 12:28 PM, luisam said:

Actually, I could play M3U files with "1by1 Player" simply copying it to install folder but no luck with Odio.

Why do you need too when it uses  site radio-browser.info as a database  ? If you want to add your own stations there's Tray Radio   for windows on Linux i use Goodvibes for these you dont to compile the files all you need is add the link from the station info

example

http://www.radio-browser.info/gui/#/history/7c150efe-ffb7-11e8-a1be-52543be04c81

 

80 s

 

80 s playing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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