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That screenshot is mad!Does it behave the same way with different window managers (e.g. KDE)?
Gotta be driver/xorg related if you've tried different distro's.Probably easily solved by changing from (or updating) the nvidia drivers to open sourced or vice versa.I agree though .. that's the weirdest graphics corruption I've ever seen
Do you have a smart phone? I don't see the point of carrying an extra bit of tech around if you already have a music player in your pocket. My phone has 80 gig of memory and I have over 2000 songs 100 books and loads of dxf's and dwg's PDF's 350ish photos and still only used about 20% of the available capacity. And most phones will present as mass storage.Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
Not that I'm aware of
I've had mp3's that are 2 hours long on a CD before, no problem there. There shouldn't be a theoretical limit of file size unless you run out of space on the device. There MIGHT be a limit on number of files, but normally it set such that you shouldn't hit it unless each of your files are only like 2 seconds long, for the entire capacity of the device (so several thousand files). As a workaround, you could use Audacity to chop the big file into several little ones. I can help you do this if you like?
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