[Alsaplayer-devel]Back into it.

Patrick Shirkey kotau@firstlinux.net
Tue, 26 Feb 2002 00:56:28 -0800 (PST)

I see your point. That makes sense too and is more space saving. I'll work on that unless someone has a better idea.

Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd
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--- Pieter De Troyer <pieter.detroyer@mech.kuleuven.ac.be> wrote:
>Hi Patrick,
>> Now I can get into the cj interface again. Unfortunately I don't have my
>> computers online so I can't access the latest improvements. I can work
>> on the gui design though. I want to make the playlist a single gui for
>> all the players that may be running. I think the bast way to do this is
>> to have a long gui that would sit at the bottom of the monitor and have
>> multiple versions of the current playlist gui inside of it. The biggest
>> problem for me is getting it to automatically add a new playlist if a
>> new player is started. The easiest way I can see at the mo is to define
>> how many players in the commandline.
>Perhaps it is easier to implement one playlist which contains sub-lists
>grouped by genre or something. You should add some buttons to the playlist
>GUI: one for each player started. Those buttons will assign the selected
>song to the player who's button you clicked. I think this is easier to
>implement than one Gui containing several lists, one for each player. It
>is also a more logical thing to do, from the viewpoint of a c(d)j: you
>have one box with music and several (cd)players.
>just an idea....
>Pieter De Troyer
>Researcher @ P.M.A.
>Dept. Werktuigkunde K.U.Leuven
>Div. P.M.A.
>tel: +32 (0)16 32 28 33
>"I don't mind going nowhere as long as it's an interesting path."
>                -- Ronald Mabbitt

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