TagPlayer with support for the Ubuntu Sound Menu and media keysFiled under: Interesting;
Beginning of the month I was introduced to you the TagPlayer. The program reads in the local music collection and pulls the tags from Last.fm. dazugehöhrigen You may then like your music at Last.fm music radio after styles can be played randomly sorted. Ideal for those who just want to listen to music a certain way, without hunting through your music collection to.Today there was a new release that adds more features to the program that I find interesting and make the program more usable.
Important for me was the support for media keys like Pause / Resume, Next track. Thanks to a keyboard with multimedia keys, I can now quickly jump to the next song, without resorting to the mouse or have to interrupt my work. For a random player in my eyes the one feature that I've missed much. Also new is a field that can be displayed on the tags and filter support for the Ubuntu Sound Menu. The new version can be installed on the remains driven by the developer PPA.
$ Sudo apt-add-repository ppa: hikibi / tagplayer$ Sudo apt-get update & & sudo apt-get install tagplayer
Support for the indicator-applet is first off, if required, the developer wants the decision Indicator-Applet/Ubuntu sound menu but left to the user and make the adjustment optional.
For me, the
TagPlayer really a wonderfully convenient piece of software. I'm listening to music in terms of a lazy person. Either I hear whole albums or just “radio”. Instead of listening to songs from my entire music collection, I can narrow the selection to the program, without much effort that I must do.
Here and there, the program has its bugs still, unfortunately, you can feel when using the program, but it is certainly still
Leave a reply
- Filter out comments with Shut Up and Chrome / Chromium from blogs and news sites
- Ubuntu notebook with 13 inch display rocking Satchbook
- WP DoNotTrack (formerly DoNotTrack) with new features
- Audio Tool Sketch: Electronic music from the tablet or the browser
- What happens when you release the sources of a commercial game?