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amaroK Desktop Script

   0.2  

Amarok Script

Score 81%
amaroK Desktop Script
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amaroK Desktop Script
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  22843
Submitted:  Feb 1 2005
Updated:  Feb 13 2005

Description:

This is a script for amarok (you need amarok >= 1.2beta4). The script shows the cover of the album you are listening embedded in your desktop.

It also adds a lightning effect (this is configurable by the user)

NOTE: this is not a karamba script

You need pyqt and pykde to run it.




Changelog:

0.2:
-Now it hides the cover if amarok is stopped (Thanks to Pierre Habouzit).
-Hides itself if there is no cover defined.
-It shows an alert if you dont have PyQT or PyKDE installed (Thanks to Mark Kretschmann).
-The light filter is a little bit smoother now
-Real cd-box borders instead the old gray borders

0.1a:
-Get the coverImage using "dcop amarok player" instead of "dcop amarok playlist"
-Fixed the tab order in the config dialog
-Now it's correctly packaged

0.1:
-Initial release




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 Patch to add control "buttons"

 
 by fchristophersen on: May 5 2009
 
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well, in fact this patch doesn't add any buttons, but it allows to play/pause, and change to previous or next song by clicking on the desktop cover.

You have to replace:

popen("dcop amarok player showOSD")

in line 305 of desktop.py with:

if e.button() == Qt.LeftButton:
popen("dcop amarok player prev")
if e.button() == Qt.MidButton:
popen("dcop amarok player playPause")
if e.button() == Qt.RightButton:
popen("dcop amarok player next")

note: the "if e.button()..." lines must have 8 blank spaces before them.
and the "popen("dcop..." lines must have 12 blank spaces before them.

after doing this you will be able to:
*left click: change to previous song
*middle click: pause or stop
*right click: skip to next song

by the way, i'm no programmer, i just read a small python tutorial a few weeks ago, but thanks to google i managed to get this done! i hope someone find this useful.


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