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JumpToWindow ============ Copyright 2012 Beat Küng <firstname.lastname@example.org> JumpToWindow is a Rhythmbox plugin which shows a 'Jump to' window when a certain hotkey is pressed. It allows to fast selecting a song from the currently playing source (without having to use the mouse). It's very similar to the 'Jump to File' feature in Winamp, including the ability to enqueue a song. Note: This plugin requires Rhythmbox 3.0 or newer. For older versions use git tag v0.95 (git checkout v0.95) Installation ------------ 1) Run make install Or copy the content of this folder to the directory "/home/<user>/.local/share/rhythmbox/plugins/JumpToWindow/" (If this directory doesn't exist, create it!) 2) install packages 'python3-dbus' (eg yum install python3-dbus) 3) Install a global hotkey that executes the script "/home/<user>/.local/share/rhythmbox/plugins/JumpToWindow/src/activate.py" - For gnome go to System -> Preferences -> Keyboard Shortcuts -> Add - Or you can use the window manager independant package 'xbindkeys' (http://www.nongnu.org/xbindkeys/xbindkeys.html) 4) Enable the plugin in Rhythmbox under 'Edit > Plugins' 5) You probably have to lower the focus prevention level in your window manager, that the Jump to window gets the focus, when the hotkey is pressed. Keyboard usage -------------- - Enter to play the selected song & hide the window - Alt+Enter to enqueue the selected song - Esc to hide the window - Up/Down arrow to select the previous/next item pressing Space repeatedly also selects the next item (Shift+Space for previous item) - Shift + F: scroll one page down - Shift + B: scroll one page up Miscellaneous ------------- if you have any improvements or suggestions you are welcome to implement them and/or contact me