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Amarok Full Screen

   0.5  

KDE Sound Application

Score 86%
Amarok Full Screen
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Amarok Full Screen
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Link:  http://
Depends on  Qt 3.x
Downloads:  31945
Submitted:  Feb 3 2007
Updated:  Mar 20 2007

Description:

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.

INSTALL:
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:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=52887

This amarok-script can also be useful:
http://www.kde-apps.de/content/show.php?content=52787




Changelog:

0.5:
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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 Suggestions and Idea

 
 by apokryphos on: Feb 6 2007
 
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A collection of ideas:
* Make amarokSF come with a screensaver, too.
* When you type, make amarokSF search through Amarok tracks so that you can select them. For example, the way Katapult does this is nice. But no, I have no full idea of how you would implement this with the interface.


Note also that the install craps out if you sudo make install, at least on some setups.


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 amarokFS

 
 by apokryphos on: Feb 6 2007
 
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Oh, and the executable, amarokFS, should be lowercase. :D


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 Some changes...

 
 by flinkebernt on: Feb 6 2007
 
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Some changes to the Makefile were necessary for Amarok Full Screen to compile under Arch Linux.
Where should I post?
Maybe there should be a configure script?


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 Re: Some changes...

 
 by comar961 on: Feb 6 2007
 
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you can post it right here or send me an email.

unfortunately "./configure" isn't posible at this time. The automake-tools and qt don't work together very well.


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 Ideas

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Feb 6 2007
 
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* Disable OSD messages from Amarok and use its own.
* Add a button to exit the program (and not only ESC button).
* Allow to customize fonts and colors.
* Some kind of cover animation?
* And please, make it as screensaver :).


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 Update?

 
 by bitcrazy on: Feb 6 2007
 
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Hi,
please update only when there's a new version available, not just a new comment ;-)

Greetings

m0nk


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 DCOPClient Errors

 
 by BorgQueen on: Feb 6 2007
 
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I'm still getting DCOPClient errors.
The file is in /usr/include/kde, where is the app looking for it in?


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 Re: DCOPClient Error

 
 by comar961 on: Feb 7 2007
 
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the dcopclient.h is searched in:

/usr/include/kde
/usr/local/include/kde
/usr/include
/opt/kde3/include
/opt/kde/include
/usr/kde/3.5/include


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 Re: Re: DCOPClient E

 
 by BorgQueen on: Feb 7 2007
 
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hmm, odd. It is in /usr/include/kde.
It doesn't make sense unless the versions are different. What version do you have and what package did you get it from?


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