Random-Music.sh 1.0

Play random music on GNOME
Random-Music.sh
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Random-Music.sh is a Nautilus script for those who want a very simple method of randomly playing music.

Requires mplayer and nautilus: sudo apt-get install mplayer nautilus

Directions:
- Put this script inside your ~/.gnome/nautilus-scripts folder
- Once inside your nautilus-scripts folder, it can be run one of two ways:

1. - right click any folder, select this script, and it will automatically randomly play any music file inside it
2. - if nothing is selected when running the script, it will default to this script's preset locations (just add the desired paths to your music in the script beforehand for quick access - add as many paths/menu choices as you would like)

Credit also goes to "nothingspecial" and "VH-BIL" for their part in the creation of this.

last updated on:
June 29th, 2011, 12:29 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
tj c
homepage:
gnome-look.org
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ Tools
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