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2016-07-30 00:44:23 -0500 commented answer Activating "lcddefault" on Wayland possible?

Thanks for this answer. Still does not show up in xrdb -query (which shows the X-server resource database), but it does enable subpixel rendering (with freetype-freeworld) under Wayland. This is best visible in Google Chrome. Font rendering in F24 improved tremendously, which makes the gain in most other applications only small.

2016-02-10 09:27:31 -0500 commented answer Where do I find the PGS subtitles decoder?

I first tried dnf install gstreamer-plugins-bad only, but indeed I needed dnf install gstreamer1-plugins-bad-freeworld to get rid of the error message. Thanks a lot, tcomida!

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2016-02-09 03:39:51 -0500 commented question Where do I find the PGS subtitles decoder?

Thank you very much David for your efforts to help me. To my regrets, the result is: Package libmatroska-1.4.4-1.fc23.x86_64 is already installed, skipping. Dependencies resolved. Nothing to do. And as expected, the error message is still there.

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2016-02-08 08:05:09 -0500 asked a question Where do I find the PGS subtitles decoder?

When opening an .mts file from a Sony camcorder, the app Videos gives the error message: "Unable to play the file: PGS subtitles decoder, PGS subtitles decoder are required to play the file, but are not installed." Although Video plays the content without the decoder, the recurring error message is annoying.

I could not find this decoder anywhere (tried RPM Fusion non-free, Google, ...). I am now using VLC instead.

Can anyone help me find the PGS subtitles decoder? Thanks!

2016-02-06 13:16:26 -0500 commented question How to change default action when pressing power button on laptop

I have the same problem in F23. Since my laptop (Lenovo Thinkpad E540) does not awake from suspend - I learned that suspend mode is not well supported on some HW - it means a cold restart by a long press of the power button each time I forget to use Ctrl-Alt-Del instead of the power button. I checked the Dconf Editor by: $ sudo gsettings range org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power power-button-action This yields: enum 'nothing' 'suspend' 'hibernate' Which means that options 'interactive' and 'shutdown' have disappeared. I hope that a more knowledgeable person than me understands why.