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Amarok Script

Score 73%
Link:  http://
Downloads:  1372
Submitted:  Jan 23 2006
Updated:  Apr 17 2007


This script bookmarks the index of the file you are currently playing and resumes at this position when restarting amaroK.
It also allows you to bookmark the position in the current playlist, the current volume, the status of 'repeat mode', 'random mode' and equalizer (with the playlist) into a seperate file.

To use this script you need kdialog (part of kde) or Xdialog (available from http://xdialog.dyns.net)
(kdialog works, but usability is better with Xdialog)
And it is nice to have md5sum as well (should be on most computers).

Just right click on any item of the current playlist and dive into the "Bookmark" submenu to access the script.


Changelog for v1.3
+Added: Ability to determine whether the playlist at startup is still the same as the one when quitting.
Changelog for v1.22
+Fixed: Amarok 1.4.5 only appended playlists
+Fixed: Problem when loading a paused playlist
Changelog for v1.21
+Fixed: A zombie-process was left when killing amarok (which probably saved wrong data as well)
Changelog for v1.2
+Added support for kdialog
+Fixed a bug which caused bookmark to use up lots of cpu if bad config-file was present (thanks to P. Woelfel)
+Added ability to save dynamic mode
Changelog for v1.11
+Added a status check of amarok when saving.
+Fixed: amaroK sometimes forgets to send SIGTERM, so child process was not killed and saved garbage.
Changelog for v1.1
+Added the ability to reload state of volume, random mode, repeat mode and equalizer
Changelog for v1.01
+Fixed: The autosaving every x seconds didn't work, now it does.
+Fixed: Accidently turned off the automatic resume at restart
Changelog for v1.0
+Added the ability to change the interval.
+Added the ability to bookmark the current playlist

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 by H1bakusha on: Apr 17 2007
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