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Daniel Nögel MS, Germany
Audioplayers
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Pyjama

Audioplayers 6 comments

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May 12 2009
Hi,

thanks for your suggestions! Somehow pyjama hides from the windowlist when its hidden from the taskbar. I am going to change this, for now you can check "show_window_in_taskbar" in settings (configtool) in the tab "Pyjama". After a restart pyjama will show up in the taskbar/window list.

How should the right pane be distinguished from the rest of the window... do you think by color or have you another idea?

Also ideas for improving the menu- and toolbar are welcome... would you like to set which icons are shown?

thanks for your commendations and keep reporting what you don't like!

brb



- Jan 16 2009
Today I am releasing Pyjama 0.1.29. This version was a lot of work to do since there were a lot of changes - and some ugly bugs.
Here some changes:

user related:
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* when updating the database pyjama now saves memory
* staring albums now possible
* a more familiar toolbar
* a menubar
* some fixes for the UI making pyjama more consistent and intuitive
* some hotkeys for searching and fullscreen...
* new plugin: bookmarks
* no more hardcoded tags: default tags can be edited via configtool or entered interactively
* pyjama now running under windows with only a few hacks (and a lot of dependencies)

developer related:
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* a more powerful plugin system
* some fixes in event managment
* the basic layout-interface has been recoded completely - Jan 15 2009
if pyjama was not installing for you, this release will most probably help. - Nov 27 2008
*gnarf* it is
  • sys.path.append("/usr/share/apps/pyjama")
  • of course... - Nov 12 2008
    I just found out that there sometimes is a error like
    "File "/usr/bin/pyjama", line 42, in <module>
    from constants import *
    ImportError: No module named constants"


    This most probably only appears when you have installed pyjama from the .deb package.

    However, you can fix this by deleting /usr/bin/pyjama and creating a softlink from /usr/share/apps/pyjama.py to /usr/bin/pyjama.

    Another possibility is to add the following line to /usr/bin/pyjama after the line "import os, sys":
    sys.path.append("/ussr/share/apps/pyjama")


    brb - Nov 12 2008