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Hey guys, I'm excited to announce the latest version of Cleartext with support for Google Play Music Desktop Player. It's been hotly requested and I've finally had the opportunity to be in a country where it is available! You can set it in the Settings panel in the latest update.
The 5.2 update also brings some changes to the source of the update information.
Hope you enjoy!
P.S. Would you like to see Cleartext in your language? Help translate it now!
The Spotify update has broken the plugin again.
Please stay informed here. As for now, there's nothing I can do with the controls not working. I am also considering the idea that this may have been causing the crashes when Cleartext starts on start up.
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