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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
If, like me, you find that the majority of applications outside of the fuzzy, feel good realm of Windows do not inherently recognize .wma file format, then this script help you out.
Open up a file named wma2mp3 in your favorite editor, copy and paste the following code, then save. Don't forget to 'chmod +x wma2mp3' when you're finished so you can execute the script.
If you're in Ubuntu, or some other familiar distribution, place the script within ~/ .gnome2/ nautilus-scripts/ to be able to use the script from within the context menu.