|Summary:||Jump to file when Amarok is in the system tray|
|Product:||[Applications] amarok||Reporter:||plamen <plspace>|
|Component:||general||Assignee:||Amarok Developers <amarok-bugs-dist>|
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Description plamen 2006-11-26 13:27:41 UTC
Version: 1.4.3 (using KDE KDE 3.5.4) Installed from: Slackware Packages OS: Linux When I am listening music the Amarok is in the system tray. Sometimes I don't like the current song so I press Win+B for the next song. It continues while I find song I like. If I want to play particular song I have to click the system tray icon to raise Amarok, type its name in the search bar, press Enter and click again in the sys tray icon to minimize Amarok. I think it is a good idea to have a global shortcut, which open maybe a WinAmp or XMMS style "Jump to file" window when the Amarok is in the system tray. So if I want a particular song I will have to press this sortcut key (for example Win+J), the "Jump to file" window will appear without raising Amarok from the system tray, and after I type the song name I will have to press Enter and the window will close and the song will start playing. In this manner I don't need to click twice on the systray Amarok icon to raise and minimize it. I see that Win+P raise Amarok from the sys tray but after I type the song name and press Enter I will have to click on the sys tray icon to minimize Amarok.