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amaroK Pod

  

Karamba

Score 58%
amaroK Pod
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Link:  http://www.newsmobile.it
Downloads:  997
Submitted:  Jan 5 2005
Updated:  Jan 5 2005

Description:

Karamba theme for amaroK, based on the iPod, with working buttons and track information on display.




Changelog:

More iPod colors added!




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 cpu

 
 by nuka on: Jan 6 2005
 
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i dont have karamba installed ATM, but can you please tell me what the cpu usage on this thing is?


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 Re: cpu

 
 by Tinny77 on: Jan 6 2005
 
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Karamba themes have a very low CPU usage.
I'm using an "old" AMD 1500 with many different themes on desktop.


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 Some suggestions

 
 by madpenguin8 on: Jan 9 2005
 
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Your using the nowPlaying DCOP call and then using sed to get the track title. It might be easier just to use the title DCOP call.

Some other ideas I had, but I'm not sure if it can be done in karamba:

A volume bar graph like the iPod uses in the display. You can use the getVolume call here.

A track time progress bar, something like trackTotalTime / trackCurrentTime * 100 should give you the track progress percentage.

And last, the five star rating that the iPod has could also be implemented using the score call if you are using amaroK 1.2.

Maybe make it so the progress bars and rating displays are switchable using the center button on the iPod. Like I said I'm not sure this stuff can be done with karamba, but it would make this nice theme even better.


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 Re: Some suggestions

 
 by Tinny77 on: Jan 9 2005
 
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I will no more work on this theme (I switched OS), so I would be glad if someone will use my code and my pictures to do these implementations :)


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 Hey

 
 by RickBauls on: Jan 8 2006
 
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Since you have given it up, I'm taking over. I renamed it to kPod and switched from the iPod mini to the iPod color. (will post link when it is complete and uploaded)


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