kde-dev at emailgoeshere.com
Fri Sep 1 13:57:54 UTC 2006
Use ratings in conjunction with Smart Playlists. (Turn them on in Settings ->
Configure Amarok -> General panel -> Use ratings). Once you do that you'll
see a Rating column in your playlist...click to set 1-5 stars. So songs you
don't want to hear again, just set to 1 star. Then make a Smart Playlist:
Rating - is greater than - 1.0 Awful. You can of course customize it
A nice thing is that since Dynamic Mode runs off of smart playlists, you can
have it set so that when you're in dynamic mode, you'll never see those songs
On Friday 01 September 2006 09:38, Marcel Hilzinger wrote:
> I'd like to have an option within Amarok to set certain tracks taboo, e.g
> right klick - Never play this song again. These tracks should then never be
> Why is this good for me?
> - If I rip a CD I used to rip all the songs. But some of them I do not
> like, so I don't want them to be played. Instead of deleting the songs, I
> can just set them taboo.
> - If you share your music collection with your girlfriend/husband/cow/dog
> etc, maybe you do not like some of her/his songs. So you just set the song
> taboo. Amarok keeps database collection for each user in a different place,
> but the collection can stay where it is.
> - picture viewer do have a similar function for images you do not want to
> be displayed during a slideshow, etc.
> Keep up the good work,
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