Does not overwrite existing images in this folder. The filenames can be configured with the "Configure" dialog. By default, it's the album's name, with spaces replaced by underscores.
An "offline" version is also included. If you have amaroK >= 1.2.3, launch it and run the script on the command line. It will find all the downloaded covers and copy them in the right directory, just as the amarok plugin would have done. It also creates the desktop files. Make sure you first run the script with the "-d" option (debug mode), in which the actions will only be printed, not commited. A --help option is available.
The copycover-offline.py script is NOT meant to be run through Amarok's script manager.
· AmaroK >= 1.2.3
· Python >= 2.3
What's New in This Release:
· fix queries when the database is in MySQL
· tell the session manager not to restart the script on login