The new version of Totem removed the playlist feature, so I'm looking for a simple way to choose 2 or 3 podcasts from a selection of 12 or so recently cached to a
The bongo music player looks simpler than EMMS, and although like EMMS it doesn't support sort-by-date in the library, it does hook into dired so I can sort most-recently-downloaded to the top in there.
Unfortunately I can't get it to play tracks continuously.
I queue a track to the playlist by pressing e in a dired buffer. I then press e with the point on another file in the dired buffer. There are now two tracks queued in the playlist buffer.
With my point on the first track I press RET and the track starts playing. When it ends, the audio stops. It does not start playing the next track in the playlist.
bongo-next-action is the default
bongo-play-next-or-stop, but I've tried setting it to
bongo-play-next, like so:
(setq-default bongo-next-action #'bongo-play-next)
I've tried C-u C-c C-n but that seems to makes no difference.
How do I make Bongo play more than one track without intervention?
I am using Emacs 24.4 on Linux, and mpg321.