Adds Growl notifications and dock menu items to a Fluid-created SSB version of the Amazon Cloud Player
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README

This code will hack in Growl notifications and add dock menu items to a desktop version of the Amazon Cloud Player.

1. Download Fluid and use it to create a Amazon Cloud Player desktop app.  Instructions here: http://www.andylemay.com/blog/2011/03/29/how-to-use-fluid-to-run-amazon-cloudplayer-as-its-own-app/  NOTE: Make sure you call your application 'Amazon Cloud Player' or you'll need to modify the AppleScript files.

2. Checkout the helper javascript and config.xml file into the Userscripts folder for Cloud Player.  Once you have Cloud Player open, you can right click on the Script menu item and go to 'Open Userscripts Folder' to bring up the folder.  For me, this was at /Users/zberry/Library/Application Support/Fluid/SSB/Amazon Cloud Player/Userscripts.  

3. Click on 'Reload all Userscripts'.  You should now have Growl notifications and dock menu items.

To additionally get keyboard shortcuts "working":

4. Download 'Quicksilver' if you don't have it - you can get it at http://www.blacktree.com/.

5. Open up 'Custom Triggers' in the preferences menu.  Click '+' to add a new trigger and drag and drop one of the three AppleScripts over the 'Select an item' box.  Set up the Hot Key to be whatever you want.  Do this for all of the AppleScripts.