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Amarok playlist browser mock

  

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Amarok playlist browser mock
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Downloads:  185
Submitted:  Oct 15 2006
Updated:  Oct 15 2006

Description:

Doesn't really have so much with KDE4 to do as it's just amarok.. but still.

I'd like to see a new way of browsing through your playlist. I really like they way you browse through the albums of an artist you're listening to in the sidebar. Something I'd like to see for everything in your playlist.

Instead of showing all the songs, it should show the albums, sorted by the artist name as well as being uncollapsable, just like in the sidebar.

You could also be able to browse through the playlist by artist, where the albums gets uncollapsed as well as the albums itself.

Double clicking on an artist or an album would bring up only that artist or album in the playlist. You should also be able to go back to the previous setting with a back/forward button.

I wrote some more of my personal opinion regarding this on my blog too, http://www.joakim.nl/wordpress/2006/10/15/some-thoughts-on-amarok/




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 why

 
 by nardew on: Oct 15 2006
 
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why dont u send this feature to the amarok team?


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 Re: why

 
 by jooaakim on: Oct 15 2006
 
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I did, several months ago. No replies.

So thought I'd use the power of the people, because I'm convinced it's both a really good idea as well as being real easy to put into amarok.

(I sent it to the mailing list btw, http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/amarok/2006-June/000171.html)


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 Re: Re: why

 
 by kriko on: Oct 15 2006
 
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You should post this here:
http://amarok.kde.org/forum/
under development I think.

Btw, I like your idea.


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 Re: Re: Re: why

 
 by kazuo on: Oct 15 2006
 
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Post it into 'General Discussion', 'Development' is not for feature request.


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 whou

 
 by yannux on: Oct 15 2006
 
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Great idea ! :)


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 fantastic !

 
 by mononoke on: Oct 15 2006
 
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this is really a good idea, and i think, it should not be so difficult to add such playlist view (and also keeping the old view for choice) :)


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 Good

 
 by kazuo on: Oct 15 2006
 
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I love this idea! Great mock!
I'am thinking in something like 'levels'
like it:
You put an picture to a artist like you do for the albums. And the playlist only show the artists with albums in the place of tracks (look into this mock-up, this is gonna be a artist-album view). But only show the albums if you pass the mouse over and if you click you change to a albums-tracks view (with the same action if you pass the mouse over it expand and if you click it play).

Sorry for my english, can i make you understand me? What you think?


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 Great idea

 
 by abhay on: Oct 15 2006
 
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Simply awesome idea!!!
I don't think any Amarok user can say no to this feature. Its can be a great addition to Amarok...


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 good but..

 
 by tontudelbot on: Oct 16 2006
 
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I think your idea isn't for a playlist.
A playlist have to show how would be played your songs. If you wish to get a determinated order of your songs or if you turn on populate mode, how you will use your idea? but its good...
Maybe you can put this idea in collection tab?

See you!


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 Re: good but..

 
 by jooaakim on: Oct 17 2006
 
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Well yeah, you're right. It's not a playlist. It's more of a collection browser shown in the playlist window, or main window, if you like.


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