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Subject: Re: volume numbers
From: Mike Soultanian (msoultan_at_csulb.edu)
Date: 2002-08-09


another little minor nuance.. if you hit volume-up when it's already at
100, you might want it to say 100. Right now it doesn't do anything.

just another little idea :)

MIke

Mike Soultanian wrote:
>
> I just got the CVS with the volume numbers and it's awesome!
>
> I put it up to 100 and I noticed the 0 is touching the play icon. You
> might want to move the numbers over one pixel to the left if you have
> the space...
>
> thanks,
> mike
>
> Linus G Larsson wrote:
> >
> > On Wed, 2002-08-07 at 23:30, George Styles wrote:
> > > All I do (in windows) is
> > >
> > > dir j:\ /s/b > j:\playlist.m3u
> > >
> > > and that creates a playlist of all the filez, which I then load and shuffle,
> > > works fine,
> > >
> > > i also have a batch file on my JB to do this, so I just plug it in, and type
> > > j:\cat when I change the content
> >
> > Which is similar to what I do, under Linux, but I only add new files to
> > the playlist, with the command
> >
> > find -cnewer 00-all.m3u -iname "*.mp3" . >> 00-all.m3u
> >
> > It's faster, but it doesn't account for deleted files (ie, they're still
> > in the playlist). So sometimes I rebuild it with
> >
> > find -iname "*.mp3" . > 00-all.m3u
> >
> > Regards,
> > Linus
>
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