Elisa 0.5.13 Released

The Elisa development team has announced the availability of Elisa Media Center 0.5.13. This latest update, codenamed “Sergeant Colon”, comes with the usual set of bug fixes and several new features.

Elisa Media Center is a cross-platform media center application developed by Fluendo S.L of Spain. It is installed by default in Sabayon, and can be installed in most Linux distribution (search for “elisa” with your distros package manager). The following features were implemented in this latest release:

  • Generic support for favourites (with a first proof-of-concept implementation for the Yes.fm plugin)
  • Improved usability when browsing folders for additions to the collection
  • Play files launching Elisa from the command line, this will allow a better desktop integration by enabling Elisa as the default media player

For more on this release, click here.

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