Totem should be replaced in Ubuntu 13.04.

Asked by Anthony Huben on 2013-02-01

Due to how the menu system is set up in GNOME, it is difficult to use some features in totem, known as "Videos" nowadays, under Unity. For example, opening a video file is impossible, unless you know that CTRL-O opens the choose a video dialog box.

Replacement opinions:
GNOME MPlayer
works with many videos, plays DVDs, and can do many of which totem could do, but works better with the Unity menu setup.

OR

Use a earlier version of Totem which includes all opinions, such as opening a file from the menu.

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2013-02-01

No player in ubuntu will play DvD without adding libdvdcss2. In Unity shell, totem uses the same global menu as the other applications

N1ck 7h0m4d4k15 (nicktux) said : #2

Hello ,

here is not the appropriate place to post your opinion. It will not be heeded.

Here is the appropriate place for such posts :
http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/

Thanks

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