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Amarok Blacklist

   0.1  

Amarok Script

Score 64%
Downloads:  1539
Submitted:  May 6 2005

Description:

I love amarok. I especially like the "Append Suggestions" mode which
puts tracks similar to the ones I'm listening to on the playlist.

I don't, however, like every song in my playlist. So sometimes I end
up listening to music I don't want to. This is an approximation of a
solution. It will skip songs that match a tag field (artist,album,etc.) plus a given regular expression.

This script uses regular expressions and DCOP to automatically switch
to the next song. By default, the script looks in ~/.amarok.blacklist
but this can be adjusted in the script.

More information can be found in the included README.




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 Wiki

 
 by markey on: May 6 2005
 
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Hi,

you can add your script to our Wiki:
http://amarok.kde.org/wiki/index.php/Scripts

Cheers!


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 I have to ask...

 
 by angrykeyboarder on: Mar 6 2006
 
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If you don't like every song on your playlist, then why have them there? I have this odd habit of only putting songs I like on my playlists.

Strange eh?


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 Re: I have to ask...

 
 by docwhat on: Aug 9 2006
 
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What? You use playlists?

I find this useful because I use full collection random and suggest. My collection is big enough that this is fun. However, I don't want my audio books or sound effect collection to play while I'm working.

Ciao!


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 Re: I have to ask...

 
 by Dunhausen on: Sep 16 2007
 
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This is a feature I was much missing in Amarok.

I tend to collect things by albums, but not all of the tracks on album are always worth listening to, and a lot of the time there are one or two inordinately profane songs that I'd like to skip.

Simply deleting them makes re-tagging etc. a major pain. Plus, I'm sentimental about having everything, even if I don't want to listen to it all.

What would be really handy for me would be if this could integrated with the burning plugin so that I could burn albums that corresponded with my blacklist.


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