[Solved] Restore volume control on task bar

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  • #3150
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    Avatargreyowl

    I am using antiX 17.

    I need some help to restore the volume control on the task bar.

    It stopped showing after I enabled “Session load xdg autostart” to true instead of its default false. I changed it to true so that one of my applications (MegaSync) would start on startup which worked.
    “Session load xdg autostart” is found in the control center > user desktop-session > desktop-session.conf > line 80.
    I also have “Session load startup” marked as default “true”.

    Sound still works but I have no control over the volume.

    • This topic was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by greyowl.

    Dell Latitude D610 laptop with antiX 19.3 (32 bit)
    Dell Latitude D620 laptop with antiX 19.3 (64 bit)

    #3161
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    capreacaprea

    You can try the following:
    For every desktop you use, there’s a hidden folder in home
    e.g. /.icewm
    In this folder theres a startup,
    Edit as root with the following line
    volumeicon &

    Restart icewm ,or which desktop you use.

    #3162
    Member
    Avatargreyowl

    It worked.

    Thank you so much.

    Dell Latitude D610 laptop with antiX 19.3 (32 bit)
    Dell Latitude D620 laptop with antiX 19.3 (64 bit)

    #3164
    Forum Admin
    DaveDave

    Did you disable the the startup file in desktop-session.conf when you enabled the xdg autostart?

    Computers are like air conditioners. They work fine until you start opening Windows. ~Author Unknown

    #3165
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    capreacaprea

    I dont think he does.

    #3167
    Member
    Avatargreyowl

    Did you disable the the startup file in desktop-session.conf when you enabled the xdg autostart?

    Here are the startup entries:

    #Startup Dialog
    #This is where to enable / disable the session startup dialog
    #Options: true | false
    STARTUP_DIALOG=”false”

    #Startup Dialog Command
    #This is where to set the startup dialog command
    #Examples:
    #STARTUP_DIALOG_CMD=”leafpad ~/.startup-text
    #STARTUP_DIALOG_CMD=”yad –image=’info’ –text=’this is my startup dialog'”
    #STARTUP_DIALOG_CMD=”/usr/local/lib/desktop-session/startup-dialog.py”

    #Session load xdg autostart
    #This will load any application that is setup to autostart via xdg autostart directories /
    #.desktop files.
    #Options: true | false
    LOAD_XDG_AUTOSTART=”true”

    #Session load startup
    #This will load any application that is setup to autostart via /etc/desktop-session/startup
    #Options: true | false
    LOAD_STARTUP_FILE=”true”

    Dell Latitude D610 laptop with antiX 19.3 (32 bit)
    Dell Latitude D620 laptop with antiX 19.3 (64 bit)

    #3168
    Forum Admin
    DaveDave

    Hmm strange perhaps you have found a bug. What is the content of ~/.desktop-session/startup? And could you also post an ls of ~/.config/autostart?

    Computers are like air conditioners. They work fine until you start opening Windows. ~Author Unknown

    #3205
    Member
    Avatargreyowl

    Hmm strange perhaps you have found a bug. What is the content of ~/.desktop-session/startup? And could you also post an ls of ~/.config/autostart?

    Here is the content of .desktop-session/startup:

    #!/bin/bash
    # Puts a volume icon on the taskbar
    volumeicon & 
    
    # Enable/Disable automounting
    automount-antix &
    
    # Puts a flag on the taskbar to show which keyboard is being used if more than 1 keyboard layout is detected
    fbxkb-start &
    
    # Uncomment for easy search from the taskbar
    #search-bar-icon &
    
    # Uncomment the following line to mount Samba and/or NFS shares
    #connectshares &
    
    # Uncomment to show the configuration gui of a running ssh-conduit-x11vnc server
    #ssh-conduit-x11vnc.sh gui &
    
    # Uncomment to use clipboard manager
    #clipit &
    
    # Uncomment to show wicd networking monitor
    #wicd-client -t &
    grep -q "START_DAEMON=no" /etc/default/wicd || wicd-client -t &
    
    # Create a bootchart image if bootchart was run
    test -e /etc/live/config/bootchart \
        && (sleep 6 && test -e /var/log/bootchart.tgz \
            && ! test -e ~/bootchart.png \
            && pybootchartgui)&
    
    # Used on live system only
    (sleep 5 && toram-eject) & 

    Here is the contents of desktop session config:

    #This is the desktop-session config file.
    #This is structured in a bash script format, so all options must be option="desired-option
    
    #Session service delay.
    #This is to set how long to delay startup to give enough time for the wm to completely load.
    #before starting to load other applications. This wait period will be started after the 
    #window manager has been found running.
    #TIME is expressed in seconds
    #Options: 0-9...
    STARTUP_DELAY="2"
    
    #Session window manager check
    #This is to set the amount of times desktop-session checks for a running window manager
    #before giving up and denying the session to load.
    #Options: 0-9...
    TIMES_TO_CHECK="20"
    
    #Session give up override
    #This is to set the override if the window manager is never found to be running by 
    #desktop-session. This will force the session to load if set to true.
    #Options: true | false
    FORCE_LOAD="false"
    
    #Session Protect.
    #This is how to protect the user from automatic updating of any file within desktop-session.
    #Examples are the menu, any file compare within file_compare, etc
    #Options for this are: 
    #SESSION_PROTECT="true #Strictly protect the user, leave the user to deal with any of the updating
    #SESSION_PROTECT="ask #Notify me at startup of any changes and allow me to choose what to update
    #SESSION_PROTECT="false #Just update me, I dont want to worry about falling behind.
    SESSION_PROTECT="false"
    
    #Notification Dialog
    #This is where to enable / disable the session loading dialog
    #Options: true | false
    NOTIFICATION_DIALOG="false"
    
    #Notification text or program
    #This is where the text is set for the notification that the session is loading.
    #This can be a specified text string or a program that will return a text string
    #Examples:
    #NOTIFICATION_TEXT="Session is Loading, Please Wait....."
    #NOTIFICATION_TEXT="/usr/games/fortune"
    NOTIFICATION_TEXT="Session is Loading, Please Wait....."
    
    #Startup Sound
    #Play Sound when loading the desktop (uses terminal command play)
    #Options: true | false
    STARTUP_SOUND="true"
    
    #Startup Sound File
    #Location of the file for the startup sound 
    STARTUP_SOUND_FILE="$HOME/.desktop-session/startup.ogg"
    
    #Startup Dialog
    #This is where to enable / disable the session startup dialog
    #Options: true | false
    STARTUP_DIALOG="false"
    
    #Startup Dialog Command
    #This is where to set the startup dialog command
    #Examples: 
    #STARTUP_DIALOG_CMD="leafpad ~/.startup-text
    #STARTUP_DIALOG_CMD="yad --image='info' --text='this is my startup dialog'"
    #STARTUP_DIALOG_CMD="/usr/local/lib/desktop-session/startup-dialog.py"
    
    #Session load conky
    #This will load a window manager specific conky from ~/.conky
    #There must be a corresponding conkyrc in ~/.conky in the form of windowmanager-conkyrc
    #Else we will load conky without the -c parameter
    #Options: true | false
    LOAD_CONKY="false"
    
    #Session load xdg autostart
    #This will load any application that is setup to autostart via xdg autostart directories /
    #.desktop files.
    #Options: true | false
    LOAD_XDG_AUTOSTART="true"
    
    #Session load startup
    #This will load any application that is setup to autostart via /etc/desktop-session/startup
    #Options: true | false
    LOAD_STARTUP_FILE="true"
    
    #Session screen blank
    #This is to set the amount of time that the screen stays visible.
    #Desktop-session sets the dpms settings according to the screen blank value set here.
    #TIME expressed in seconds
    #Options: 0-9...
    SCREEN_BLANK_TIME="3600"

    I do not know where to find config autostart. Please direct me.
    Is there anything else that you need?
    Thanks

    Dell Latitude D610 laptop with antiX 19.3 (32 bit)
    Dell Latitude D620 laptop with antiX 19.3 (64 bit)

    #3210
    Forum Admin
    DaveDave

    Hmm seems ok.
    I am not sure what is different than how it is set up here.

    Out of curiosity (and may or may not be related) do you have two wicd icons in the system tray?
    I ask because you have it enabled in the startup file and it also has a .desktop file for xdg startup (I get two using your posted configs).

    Edit:
    I did notice that your desktop-session.conf uses different ” ” marks for the values. Example is STARTUP_DELAY
    I am not sure if this is because of posting it in the forum or not. I had to change them all so they were the same after copying your configs from the forum. Maybe this is really a problem on your computer?

    Also if you could post the contents of $HOME/.desktop-session/log

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by Dave.
    • This reply was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by Dave.

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    #3240
    Member
    Avatargreyowl

    Hmm seems ok.
    I am not sure what is different than how it is set up here.

    Out of curiosity (and may or may not be related) do you have two wicd icons in the system tray?
    I ask because you have it enabled in the startup file and it also has a .desktop file for xdg startup (I get two using your posted configs).[quote]

    [quote]
    Edit:
    I did notice that your desktop-session.conf uses different ” ” marks for the values. Example is STARTUP_DELAY
    I am not sure if this is because of posting it in the forum or not. I had to change them all so they were the same after copying your configs from the forum. Maybe this is really a problem on your computer? [quote]

    In the actual desktop-session.conf all the ” ” marks look the same to me.

    [quote]

    Also if you could post the contents of $HOME/.desktop-session/

    ————————————————————————————————————————-
    Yes, there is a problem with wicd. Since I changed xcg startup from false to true, I have been getting a popup of wicd stating “wicd needs to access your computer’s network cards” and requesting a password–I put in the computer password, then I get two icons in the sys tray. I initially used ceni to setup wireless, and I don’t want to use wicd for wireless. How do I stop getting the popup and wicd?

    ————————————————————————————————————————

    In the actual desktop-session.conf all the ” ” marks look the same to me.

    ———————————————————————————————————————–

    Here is the .desktop-session/log:

    desktop-session: started Tue Nov 28 19:39:23 EST 2017 start_time: 153.08
    desktop-session: pid: 2417
    desktop-session: logging to: /home/user/.desktop-session/log
    desktop-session: launch @ 15331
    desktop-session: icewm
    desktop-session: display_alt_desktop_window=false
    desktop-session: look up executable for icewm
    desktop-session: save desktop code: space-icewm
    desktop-session: Exporting desktop Variables:
    desktop-session: DESKTOP_SESSION_CODE=space-icewm
    desktop-session: DESKTOP_SESSION_WM=icewm
    desktop-session: DESKTOP_SESSION_IM=space
    desktop-session: run: /usr/bin/icewm-session
    icewm-session: Warning: File still open: fd=3, target=’/var/log/slim.log’ (missing FD_CLOEXEC?)
    icewm-session: Warning: Closing file descriptor: 3
    icewm-session: Warning: File still open: fd=3, target=’/var/log/slim.log’ (missing FD_CLOEXEC?)
    icewm-session: Warning: Closing file descriptor: 3
    desktop-session: Checking for running window manager @ 15374
    desktop-session: Window manager running or setup forced, setting up desktop @ 15447
    desktop-session: Delaying session startup by 2 seconds
    desktop-session: run: spacefm –desktop &
    icewm-session: Warning: File still open: fd=3, target=’/var/log/slim.log’ (missing FD_CLOEXEC?)
    icewm-session: Warning: Closing file descriptor: 3
    icewm-session: Warning: File still open: fd=3, target=’/var/log/slim.log’ (missing FD_CLOEXEC?)
    icewm-session: Warning: Closing file descriptor: 3
    /usr/local/bin/desktop-session: line 188: /etc/desktop-session/file_compare: No such file or directory
    desktop-session: run: desktop-session-wallpaper
    desktop-session: run: eval /usr/lib/at-spi2-core/at-spi-bus-launcher –launch-immediately
    desktop-session: run: eval clipit
    desktop-session: run: eval /usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon –start –components
    gnome-keyring-daemon: Missing argument for –components
    desktop-session: run: eval /usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon –start –components
    gnome-keyring-daemon: Missing argument for –components
    SSH_AUTH_SOCK=/home/user/.run/keyring/ssh
    SSH_AUTH_SOCK=/home/user/.run/keyring/ssh
    desktop-session: run: eval /usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon –start –components
    gnome-keyring-daemon: Missing argument for –components
    SSH_AUTH_SOCK=/home/user/.run/keyring/ssh
    desktop-session: run: eval gsettings-data-convert
    desktop-session: run: eval /usr/lib/notify-osd/notify-osd
    /usr/local/lib/desktop-session/lib-desktop-session.sh: line 72: /usr/lib/notify-osd/notify-osd: No such file or directory
    desktop-session: run: eval system-config-printer-applet

    ** (clipit:2511): WARNING **: Binding ‘<Ctrl><Alt>H’ failed!

    desktop-session: run: eval wicd-gtk –tray

    (clipit:2511): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: /build/glib2.0-YYXhFA/glib2.0-2.50.3/./gobject/gsignal.c:2523: signal ‘child-added’ is invalid for instance ‘0x819d00a0’ of type ‘GtkMenu’

    (spacefm:2513): SpaceFM-WARNING **: No root settings found in /etc/spacefm/ Setting a root editor in Preferences should remove this warning on startup. Otherwise commands run as root may present a security risk.
    qt5ct: using qt5ct plugin
    qt5ct: using qt5ct plugin
    palemoon
    lxterminal -e sudo ceni
    EXIT=”abort”
    1511916471510 addons.update-checker WARN Update manifest for {972ce4c6-7e08-4474-a285-3208198ce6fd} did not contain an updates property
    1511916471582 addons.update-checker WARN Update manifest for uBlock0@raymondhill.net did not contain an updates property
    07:57:09 PM: Warning: Mismatch between the program and library build versions detected.
    The library used 3.0 (wchar_t,compiler with C++ ABI 1010,wx containers,compatible with 2.8),
    and your program used 3.0 (wchar_t,compiler with C++ ABI 1009,wx containers,compatible with 2.8).
    /usr/bin/xdg-mime: 912: local: Moon-ZX359Y.desktop: bad variable name

    (clipit:2511): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: /build/glib2.0-YYXhFA/glib2.0-2.50.3/./gobject/gsignal.c:2523: signal ‘child-added’ is invalid for instance ‘0x819d01a0’ of type ‘GtkMenu’
    leafpad
    Clipboard is null, recovering …
    lxterminal

    (clipit:2511): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: /build/glib2.0-YYXhFA/glib2.0-2.50.3/./gobject/gsignal.c:2523: signal ‘child-added’ is invalid for instance ‘0x819d02a0’ of type ‘GtkMenu’
    desktop-defaults-run -fm –follow
    spacefm

    Thanks for the help.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by greyowl.
    • This reply was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by greyowl.
    • This reply was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by greyowl.

    Dell Latitude D610 laptop with antiX 19.3 (32 bit)
    Dell Latitude D620 laptop with antiX 19.3 (64 bit)

    #3244
    Member
    Avatargreyowl

    Hmm seems ok.
    I am not sure what is different than how it is set up here.

    Out of curiosity (and may or may not be related) do you have two wicd icons in the system tray?
    I ask because you have it enabled in the startup file and it also has a .desktop file for xdg startup (I get two using your posted configs).

    Edit:
    I did notice that your desktop-session.conf uses different ” ” marks for the values. Example is STARTUP_DELAY
    I am not sure if this is because of posting it in the forum or not. I had to change them all so they were the same after copying your configs from the forum. Maybe this is really a problem on your computer?

    Also if you could post the contents of $HOME/.desktop-session/log

    ———————————————————————————————————————–

    Yes, there is a problem with wicd. Since I changed xcg startup from false to true, I have been getting a popup of wicd stating “wicd needs to access your computer’s network cards” and requesting a password–I put in the computer password, then I get two icons in the sys tray. I initially used ceni to setup wireless, and I don’t want to use wicd for wireless. How do I stop getting the popup and wicd?

    ————————————————————————————————————————

    In the actual desktop-session.conf all the ” ” marks look the same to me.

    ———————————————————————————————————————–

    Here is the .desktop-session/log:

    desktop-session: started Tue Nov 28 19:39:23 EST 2017 start_time: 153.08
    desktop-session: pid: 2417
    desktop-session: logging to: /home/user/.desktop-session/log
    desktop-session: launch  @ 15331
    desktop-session: icewm
    desktop-session: display_alt_desktop_window=false
    desktop-session: look up executable for icewm
    desktop-session: save desktop code: space-icewm
    desktop-session: Exporting desktop Variables:
    desktop-session: DESKTOP_SESSION_CODE=space-icewm
    desktop-session: DESKTOP_SESSION_WM=icewm
    desktop-session: DESKTOP_SESSION_IM=space
    desktop-session: run: /usr/bin/icewm-session
    icewm-session: Warning: File still open: fd=3, target='/var/log/slim.log' (missing FD_CLOEXEC?)
    icewm-session: Warning: Closing file descriptor: 3
    icewm-session: Warning: File still open: fd=3, target='/var/log/slim.log' (missing FD_CLOEXEC?)
    icewm-session: Warning: Closing file descriptor: 3
    desktop-session: Checking for running window manager @ 15374
    desktop-session: Window manager running or setup forced, setting up desktop @ 15447
    desktop-session: Delaying session startup by 2 seconds
    desktop-session: run: spacefm --desktop &
    icewm-session: Warning: File still open: fd=3, target='/var/log/slim.log' (missing FD_CLOEXEC?)
    icewm-session: Warning: Closing file descriptor: 3
    icewm-session: Warning: File still open: fd=3, target='/var/log/slim.log' (missing FD_CLOEXEC?)
    icewm-session: Warning: Closing file descriptor: 3
    /usr/local/bin/desktop-session: line 188: /etc/desktop-session/file_compare: No such file or directory
    desktop-session: run: desktop-session-wallpaper
    desktop-session: run: eval /usr/lib/at-spi2-core/at-spi-bus-launcher --launch-immediately
    desktop-session: run: eval clipit
    desktop-session: run: eval /usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon --start --components
    gnome-keyring-daemon: Missing argument for --components
    desktop-session: run: eval /usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon --start --components
    gnome-keyring-daemon: Missing argument for --components
    SSH_AUTH_SOCK=/home/user/.run/keyring/ssh
    SSH_AUTH_SOCK=/home/user/.run/keyring/ssh
    desktop-session: run: eval /usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon --start --components
    gnome-keyring-daemon: Missing argument for --components
    SSH_AUTH_SOCK=/home/user/.run/keyring/ssh
    desktop-session: run: eval gsettings-data-convert
    desktop-session: run: eval /usr/lib/notify-osd/notify-osd
    /usr/local/lib/desktop-session/lib-desktop-session.sh: line 72: /usr/lib/notify-osd/notify-osd: No such file or directory
    desktop-session: run: eval system-config-printer-applet
    
    ** (clipit:2511): WARNING **: Binding '<Ctrl><Alt>H' failed!
    
    desktop-session: run: eval wicd-gtk --tray
    
    (clipit:2511): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: /build/glib2.0-YYXhFA/glib2.0-2.50.3/./gobject/gsignal.c:2523: signal 'child-added' is invalid for instance '0x819d00a0' of type 'GtkMenu'
    
    (spacefm:2513): SpaceFM-WARNING **: No root settings found in /etc/spacefm/  Setting a root editor in Preferences should remove this warning on startup.   Otherwise commands run as root may present a security risk.
    qt5ct: using qt5ct plugin
    qt5ct: using qt5ct plugin
    palemoon   
    lxterminal -e  sudo ceni
    EXIT="abort"
    1511916471510	addons.update-checker	WARN	Update manifest for {972ce4c6-7e08-4474-a285-3208198ce6fd} did not contain an updates property
    1511916471582	addons.update-checker	WARN	Update manifest for uBlock0@raymondhill.net did not contain an updates property
    07:57:09 PM: Warning: Mismatch between the program and library build versions detected.
    The library used 3.0 (wchar_t,compiler with C++ ABI 1010,wx containers,compatible with 2.8),
    and your program used 3.0 (wchar_t,compiler with C++ ABI 1009,wx containers,compatible with 2.8).
    /usr/bin/xdg-mime: 912: local: Moon-ZX359Y.desktop: bad variable name
    
    (clipit:2511): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: /build/glib2.0-YYXhFA/glib2.0-2.50.3/./gobject/gsignal.c:2523: signal 'child-added' is invalid for instance '0x819d01a0' of type 'GtkMenu'
    leafpad   
    Clipboard is null, recovering ...
    lxterminal  
    
    (clipit:2511): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: /build/glib2.0-YYXhFA/glib2.0-2.50.3/./gobject/gsignal.c:2523: signal 'child-added' is invalid for instance '0x819d02a0' of type 'GtkMenu'
    desktop-defaults-run -fm --follow  
    spacefm  

    Thanks for the help.

    Dell Latitude D610 laptop with antiX 19.3 (32 bit)
    Dell Latitude D620 laptop with antiX 19.3 (64 bit)

    #3265
    Member
    Avatargreyowl

    Hi Dave,

    I have answered your questions and provided the information that you requested above.

    Dell Latitude D610 laptop with antiX 19.3 (32 bit)
    Dell Latitude D620 laptop with antiX 19.3 (64 bit)

    #3266
    Forum Admin
    DaveDave

    Thanks, when I have a few moments to digest the information and try again to replicate the problem I should be able to write back a better response. For the moment Wicd can be stopped by commenting out the grep….. wicd-client -t line. And then copying Wicd desktop file from /etc/xdg/autostart/ to ~/.config/autostart, editing the file and setting hidden=false to hidden=true iirc.

    Computers are like air conditioners. They work fine until you start opening Windows. ~Author Unknown

    #3267
    Member
    Avatargreyowl

    Thanks, when I have a few moments to digest the information and try again to replicate the problem I should be able to write back a better response. For the moment Wicd can be stopped by commenting out the grep….. wicd-client -t line. And then copying Wicd desktop file from /etc/xdg/autostart/ to ~/.config/autostart, editing the file and setting hidden=false to hidden=true iirc.

    Thanks for this information.
    While I prefer to use ceni for network connection, I may on occasion still want to use Wicd manually. If I make these changes in Wicd, will I still be able to use Wicd manually.?

    Alternatively, I could just use Wicd instead of ceni. How would I go about doing that so that the Wicd icon would be on the sys tray all the time?

    Thanks

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by greyowl.

    Dell Latitude D610 laptop with antiX 19.3 (32 bit)
    Dell Latitude D620 laptop with antiX 19.3 (64 bit)

    #3303
    Forum Admin
    DaveDave

    Hmm. I cannot seem to replicate the issue. I have a theory that it may be from a program you have installed but I do not that is starting with xdg startup. Could you post the output of
    ls /etc/xdg/autostart/
    and
    ls ~/.config/autostart/

    So I can see if there are any other programs in the startup that I do not have installed on my system?
    If my theory is correct and I can replicate it by installing an application then I should be able to fix it fairly easily and you would see it in an update.

    As to more detail on Wicd.
    To enable Wicd
    as root:
    nano /etc/default/wicd
    change: START_DAEMON=no
    to: START_DAEMON=yes
    as user either:
    nano ~/.desktop-session/startup
    uncomment: wicd-client -t &
    or
    nano ~/.desktop-session/desktop-session.conf
    change: LOAD_XDG_AUTOSTART=”false”
    to: LOAD_XDG_AUTOSTART=”true”

    being that you have xdg autostart enabled and startup enabled I would say to comment out (disable) the wicd line in the startup file so you only have one instance of wicd.
    as user:
    nano ~/.desktop-session/startup
    comment: #grep -q “START_DAEMON=no” /etc/default/wicd || wicd-client -t &

    To disable wicd in xdg autostart
    as user:
    cp /etc/xdg/autostart/wicd-tray.desktop ~/.config/autostart
    nano ~/.config/autostart/wicd-tray.desktop
    change: Exec=wicd-gtk –tray
    to: Exec=

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