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How to keep rhythmbox playing in the background?

asked 2016-09-30 17:32:18 -0500

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rhythmbox used to keep playing after you closed it, in the background and it was accessible via the notification area (it still is, until you close the windwo) to stop start, etc.

Is there a dconf setting to enable this feature?

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answered 2019-04-12 10:58:49 -0500

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Hello, as far as I know it is not easy to make such behaviour work on fedora. The reason why is design choice. You should actually be using virtual workspaces.

In GNOME you can move currently active app to different virtual workspace with key combination super + shift + (page up/page down). Or just open Activity overview by dragging mouse up left and draggin window to another workspace on the right. To swap to different virtual workspace default key combination is super + page up/page down or use activity overview.

So apps won't get into your way and you are 100% sure what is currently running.

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