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Old 01-23-2008, 07:01 AM   #1
reeseslover531
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bookmarking audio files like iTunes


Hello. So I have an Apple iPod (I know I hate freedom) and when I used to use OS X, and the podcasting client in iTunes the audio files that it put on my ipod were bookmarkable. This pretty much means that when I listen to a show, if I stop say 25 minutes in and go listen to a song, when I come back to the show it starts where I left off. that was a wonderful feature. Is there anything remotely like this for linux? I am even willing to buy another player if it helps. Thanks a ton guys!

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