On Friday 25 November 2011 11:42:20 am Darrell Anderson wrote:
> > > Test the menu option without a CD. That is all I did
> > here. I'll see whether I can find time to actually rip a CD
> > and let you know more.
> > It won't eject an empty drive, either with the button or
> > with the menu button.
> Okay, I rebuilt kdemultimedia and now have a kaudiocreator app. :)
> Seems I can open and close the drive tray, both with the hardware button and the menu and toolbar button.
Did you try after ripping a CD? That's when mine first failed.
It seems after reboot, the Eject function in KAudioCreator works only once, then won't work again.
> I noticed that kaudiocreator is horribly slow to respond when busy. Horribly. Like the app can't multitask. During those times I am unable to open or close the drive tray.
> I found no way to halt the ripping process once started.
On the Jobs tab, you'll see three buttons at the bottom: Remove Completed Jobs, Remove All Jobs, Remove selected jobs. Removing all jobs will cause it to stop ripping. On my system, it hangs for a minute after I click it before asking to confirm.
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