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Gimmix(1)						      General Commands Manual							 Gimmix(1)

NAME
Gimmix - a graphical music player daemon (MPD) client SYNOPSIS
gimmix DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the gimmix command. gimmix is a graphical music player daemon (MPD) client written in C using GTK+2. It's very simple and easy to use, yet offers many fea- tures to make your audio experience a pleasant one. CONFIGURATION
Default configuration file location is $HOME/.gimmixrc. List of valid configuration options : mpd_hostname (mandatory) hostname mpd_port (mandatory) port number mpd_port (mandatory) mpd password. Leave blank for no password enable_systray (mandatory) Enable/Disable the system tray icon. Enable is true, Disable is false. enable_notification (mandatory) Enable/Disable the notification tooltip. Enable is true, Disable is false. music_directory (mandatory) The absolute path to the directory where your music is stored. This is same as the one you specified in your mpd.conf. This setting is required for the tag editor to function properly. play_on_add If true, songs will automatically be played when you add them to the playlist. If false, songs will just be added to the playlist. Default value is false. stop_on_exit If true, gimmix will stop playing when user quits gimmix. If false, gimmix will not stop playing when user quits gimmix. Default value is false. enable_search If true, search mode is enabled in library browser. If false, search mode will be disabled. Default value is true. update_on_startup If true, gimmix will update the mpd database everytime on startup. If false, gimmix won't update the mpd database on startup. Default value is false. full_view_mode If true, the playlist will be expanded by default when gimmix starts. If false, gimmix will start in compact mode (This is automati- cally set by gimmix, so, its not necessary to set this value always) window_xpos and window_ypos x and y co-ordinates representing window position of gimmix (These values are automatically set, so, its not necessary to set these values) window_width and window_height These represt the window geometry of gimmix (These values are automatically set, so, its not necessary to set these values) coverart_enable Enable/disable amazon cover art plugin coverart_location Amazon's server location to fetch covers from. Values : com | co.uk | jp | fr | ca | de SEE ALSO
Website: http://gimmix.berlios.de AUTHOR
Gimmix was written by Priyank Gosalia <priyankmg@gmail.com>. This manual page was written by Vincent Legout <vincent@legout.info>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). July 20, 2008 Gimmix(1)

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Audio::MPD::Common::Status(3pm) 			User Contributed Perl Documentation			   Audio::MPD::Common::Status(3pm)

NAME
Audio::MPD::Common::Status - class representing MPD status VERSION
version 1.120881 DESCRIPTION
The MPD server maintains some information on its current state. Those information can be queried with mpd modules. Some of those information are served to you as an Audio::MPD::Common::Status object. An Audio::MPD::Common::Status object does not update itself regularly, and thus should be used immediately. Note: one should never ever instantiate an Audio::MPD::Common::Status object directly - use the mpd modules instead. ATTRIBUTES
$status->audio; A string with the sample rate of the song currently playing, number of bits of the output and number of channels (2 for stereo) - separated by a colon. $status->bitrate; The instantaneous bitrate in kbps. $status->error; May appear in special error cases, such as when disabling output. $status->playlist; The playlist version number, that changes every time the playlist is updated. $status->playlistlength; The number of songs in the playlist. $status->random; Whether the playlist is read randomly or not. $status->repeat; Whether the song is repeated or not. $status->song; The offset of the song currently played in the playlist. $status->songid; The song id (MPD id) of the song currently played. $status->state; The state of MPD server. Either "play", "stop" or "pause". $status->time; An Audio::MPD::Common::Time object, representing the time elapsed / remainging and total. See the associated pod for more details. $status->updating_db; An integer, representing the current update job. $status->volume; The current MPD volume - an integer between 0 and 100. $status->xfade; The crossfade in seconds. AUTHOR
Jerome Quelin COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2007 by Jerome Quelin. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself. perl v5.14.2 2012-04-01 Audio::MPD::Common::Status(3pm)

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