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Lyrics Manager

   0.2.14  

Amarok Script

Score 70%
Lyrics Manager
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Lyrics Manager
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Lyrics Manager
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  3604
Submitted:  Feb 24 2006
Updated:  Dec 2 2009

Description:

About:

This script is intended to extend amaroK lyrics operations. The main actions are:
* Edit lyrics with external editor
* Automatic text cleanup
* Export lyrics to file
* Import lyrics from file
* Mass import and export
* Erase and fill up lyrics
You can select menu items and features that you need. Also you are required to setup editor and storage directory depending on your previous choice. All these parameters are saved in config file and loaded silently at script startup.
Script will take care of HTML break tags while processing lyrics text, so you can edit and store plain text.
Mass operations could be used to backup and restore cached lyrics. Fill up feature prevents automatic lyrics fetching.
For more information see description on the homepage.


Dependencies:

amaroK >= 1.4.3
PERL >= 5.8
KDialog >= 1.0 (optional: for GUI configuration)

Tested on: amarok 1.4.10; perl 5.8.8; kdebase 3.5.9.




Changelog:

version 0.2.14
* fix: bug in collection search algorithm for device paths containing special chars

version 0.2.13
* update: improved flexibility of collection search algorithm




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 Charset issue

 
 by Libby on: Nov 2 2007
 
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Hi :-) The script messes up special characters like German Umlauts when the system does not use Unicode ... lyrics added by the external editor feature show two not printable characters instead of the actual special character when the text is viewed by amaroK's metadata dialog.

Anyway -- a cool script :-)


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 Re: Charset issue

 
 by msan on: Feb 5 2008
 
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Unfortunately, I don't know how to solve this. I think, this is by design, by the amaroK's method used to communicate with scripts (via DCOP). You can try to do following, when song is playing:
# dcop amarok player lyrics > lyrics.txt
and then open lyrics.txt with UTF viewer. All special chars are missed. :(

I need to setup dcop to output UTF text somehow. If somebody know how to do it, please, write here!


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 lyrics filenames

 
 by daneel971 on: Apr 26 2008
 
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This is one of the scripts that I always install with amarok. :)
A little request though: it could be possible to name the exported lyric file like the corresponding audio file instead of using its tags?
For instance, if I have "01-solsbury-hill.flac", I'd like to have "01-solsbury-hill.txt" instead of "01 - Peter Gabriel - Solsbury Hill.txt".


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 Re: lyrics filenames

 
 by msan on: May 1 2008
 
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Hi! I'm glad, that you like my script.
I've implemented requested feature. Check out a new release (new %f and %F placeholders). Tell me, if something goes wrong.


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 Re: Re: lyrics filen

 
 by daneel971 on: May 3 2008
 
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Many thanks! It works perfectly. :)


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 Sub-directory support

 
 by BrutuZ on: Aug 10 2008
 
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Could the support for Lyrics sub-dirs be implemented, so i can have a sub-directory in my music collection just for the lyrics to keep things organized?
Sent you a message with more details just in case.

Very nice script tough =)


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 Re: Sub-directory support

 
 by msan on: Jul 20 2009
 
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Finally I've added support for this feature. :)


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 http_proxy problem -- any help

 
 by mayssamj on: Nov 17 2010
 
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how can i configure this to work with a http proxy server as i'm behind a firewall?

i tried running amarok with http_proxy and HTTP_PROXY environment variables set. i also set the streaming proxy setting in amarok. no luck yet .. any help?


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