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Amarok Full Screen


KDE Sound Application

Score 86%
Amarok Full Screen

Amarok Full Screen

Link:  http://
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  32047
Submitted:  Feb 3 2007
Updated:  Mar 20 2007


UPDATE: as more people get involved into this project, it needs some organisation and version management. A sourceforge project should be opened soon.

This is a full screen front end for Amarok. The look can be changed by custom THEMES.

to build from source, you need Qt3 development files (IT WILL NOT WORK WITH QT4!!), kde development files (dcopclient.h) and the g++ compiler. Just run "make" to compile the program. If it doesn't work, try running "qmake" (or "qmake-qt3") first and then "make".
For installation run "make install" (requires root priviliges)
To run the program just run "amarokFS". An entry in the start-menu should also be created (may depend on distro, tested on ubuntu).

You can find openSuse 10.2 rpm-packages on http://ftp.huessenbergnetz.de/pub/paketdepots/suse/openSUSE_10.2/
(many thanks to Buschmann)

First theme:

This amarok-script can also be useful:


many fixes and updates by Martin Kossler - thanks a lot!
better progessbar
new element - labelPixmap
new element - nextPlaying
context menu instead of settings button
mouse hiding
added amarok script

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 reflection problem

 by federicolox on: May 2 2007
Score 50%
64bitsOfFree dom.com

There's a problem displaying CD Cover reflection as you can see from the following screen (link):


I'm running the application on Kubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn 64 bit on an AMD64-based system, I've compiled both the provided tarball and the code available via CVS (the screen provided was taken while running the latter, the tarball shows the exact same problem though).

I gave the code in amarokfs.cpp a peek and I haven't found anything wrong with the reflection-handling portion...

Federico "Lox" Lucignano
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 Re: reflection probl

 by maddinK on: May 2 2007
Score 50%

maybe the file <dir-where-theme.xml-resides>/images/gradient.png is incorrect or not readable?

If not maybe the alpha-handling in amd64-qt is broken...

As a last option try to compile (since there are only i386-binarys) my ubuntu-packages for feisty from
(add the line to sources.list, type
apt-get source amarokfs
sudo apt-get build-dep amarokfs
cd amarokfs-0.5
debuild -us -uc

and install the .deb in the parent dir

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 multiple covers

 by eirc666 on: May 8 2007
Score 50%

i was getting no covers displayed, so after applying this patch mentioned before


the back cover was displayed, so changing line 706 of amarokfs.cpp from
QString coverPathSQLMedia = coverPath.last();
QString coverPathSQLMedia = ((coverPath.grep("front").count() > 0) ? coverPath.grep("front") : coverPath) .last();

the front cover is selected if found (doesnt work well thou if the path includes front)

so i guess you should add to your todo list something like priorities for covers according to file names..

thx for the whole package thou!!

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 Re: multiple covers

 by flinkebernt on: May 27 2007
Score 50%

In 0.5, the file that need to be changed is amfs-xml.cpp. It fixes the problem with amarok full screen showing the wrong picture if you have more than one image in the albums directory.

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 mouse hiding

 by ugh-bough on: May 9 2007
Score 50%

is it a good idea to hide the cursor when providing buttons to control playback? i always right click to see the cursor again...
i think this should be redone or at least be optional.
besides from that: really nice work. i use it all the time.

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 Re: mouse hiding

 by maddinK on: May 9 2007
Score 50%

The mouse should show up if you move the cursor like you would when pointing to the control-buttons...so in my opinion it does need no option to turn it off...perhaps we should discuss this on Sf but unfortunatly i don't see any activity there...

Amarok Full Screen for Ubuntu:

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 Re: Re: mouse hiding

 by afterc0ffee on: May 31 2007
Score 50%

change the function and you can use the command close for an exit button.

void AmfsXML::controlButtonClicked(QCString command) {
if (command == "close") {
else {

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 should be scrensaver

 by dumas on: Jun 1 2007
Score 50%

It think it would be great if this small program will act like screensaver when amarok is running

It is idea about active screensavers in KDE4 brainstorm:

I think this program can be one of the best such screensavers

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 No Covers!

 by jusuchin85 on: Jun 4 2007
Score 50%

Hi there,

Like your creatiion of this. Having one problem though:

I'm using OpenSuSE 10.2, and I've just installed amarokFS. The thing is, I can't seem to view the cover art of the song that is being played.

The covers are embedded into the song file, and they are viewable on Amarok itself. How can I solve this problem?

Please help!


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 by zeltak on: Jun 13 2007
Score 50%


just noticed this awesome project! it is 100% what i always wanted thx alot
one wish i have for the future is an option to show lyrics, that would rock

i would love to help on the project though i have 0 programing skills


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