ons 2005-01-26 klockan 12:30 +0100 skrev Enrico Scholz:
Nicolas.Mailhot(a)laPoste.net (Nicolas Mailhot) writes:
>> > xmms uses gtk1 and doesn't seem to be needed; should it be removed?
>> No, there is no other nice-looking mp3/ogg/... player in FC.
> The controls are badly organised
what would be the alternatives? Some Gnome UI crap where half of the
important options can be configured with regedit only?
I looked at rhythmbox and it is catastrophic for simple music listening... a
huge window which requires at least the half of my screen width (the minimal
window size seems to be 670x293). No way to turn off the window title, no
'pause' control, no control to influence the position within the song, a
volume control where 3 small curves show the volume... As said... a typical
Gnome2 application which tries to follow blindly a UI guideline without
taking care about ergonomic.
It has a pause button, it has a slider for controlling position in the
songs, and the size of the window is 350x85.
Pause and the slider do not appear until you play a song, which is in
line with the UI guidelines.