@ScriptFanix there is no way to do that currently :)
@funkwhale That's a shame because some browsers won't play flac. I'll see if tere are any feature request regarding this or create one :)
@ScriptFanix wait, there may be a way if you're comfortable not using the Funkwhale player.
Using the download URL of a track, and appending `&to=mp3` or `&to=ogg` will give you a link to a transcoded version you can include in an <audio> tag on a page, for instance
@funkwhale unfortunately I don't have o "proper" website: I'm using Pleroma / Facebook / Twitter for news and announcements, and funkwhale for music streaming. But thanks for the tip.
@ScriptFanix also, on browser who don'ts support flac, a transcoded version should play
@funkwhale Apparrently this doesn't happen on (some versions of?) iOS. There the track just won't play while the server correctly answers with a 206 and starts pushing FLAC
@funkwhale I I understand this is more of an iOS bug, but I don't want to cut myself from that audience
@ScriptFanix this means there is a bug in our format fallback detection, do you mind opening an issue with a link to this thread?
@funkwhale Donc. Issue 1180. Thanks you for your help
@ScriptFanix A fix has been published on the develop branch, if you want to give it a try
@funkwhale I'll do that, probably tomorrow, no promises
@funkwhale I'm having trouble figuring oout how to install the development branch of the front files. Documentation is rather unclear about this
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