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Thank you, repo, I did find it from the "updated" list, and successfully uninstalled it. It wasn't installed correctly from the beginning, and I was told several times (every time I tried installation) that this program can't work on my computer.
Oh ok, go get your beauty sleep and report back ASAP! Lol.... just messing with you. Most likely I will be at work when you see me online again. During the time being, I will see if I can find something better. Cheers,
Tunesviewer works well even on older computers, but you must have pygtk >= 2.16 and lxml available. This shouldn't be a problem for recent versions of Ubuntu, Fedora etc, these requirements should install automatically.
I gave it a last shot today, but, so bad, this TunesViewer just couldn't work on my computer, the "re-install" option refused to disappear, and it didn't appear in the application list, besides, to locate it in the software centre (in order to remove it) took some special efforts. I gave it up, and it's for real.