Gimmix - a graphical music player daemon (MPD) client
This manual page documents briefly the gimmix command.
gimmix is a graphical music player daemon (MPD) client written in C
using GTK+2. It’s very simple and easy to use, yet offers many
features to make your audio experience a pleasant one.
Default configuration file location is $HOME/.gimmixrc.
List of valid configuration options :
mpd password. Leave blank for no password
Enable/Disable the system tray icon. Enable is true, Disable is
Enable/Disable the notification tooltip. Enable is true, Disable
The absolute path to the directory where your music is stored.
This is same as the one you specified in your mpd.conf. This
setting is required for the tag editor to function properly.
If true, songs will automatically be played when you add them to
the playlist. If false, songs will just be added to the
playlist. Default value is false.
If true, gimmix will stop playing when user quits gimmix. If
false, gimmix will not stop playing when user quits gimmix.
Default value is false.
If true, search mode is enabled in library browser. If false,
search mode will be disabled. Default value is true.
If true, gimmix will update the mpd database everytime on
startup. If false, gimmix won’t update the mpd database on
startup. Default value is false.
If true, the playlist will be expanded by default when gimmix
starts. If false, gimmix will start in compact mode (This is
automatically set by gimmix, so, its not necessary to set this
window_xpos and window_ypos
x and y co-ordinates representing window position of gimmix
(These values are automatically set, so, its not necessary to
set these values)
window_width and window_height
These represt the window geometry of gimmix (These values are
automatically set, so, its not necessary to set these values)
Enable/disable amazon cover art plugin
Amazon’s server location to fetch covers from. Values : com |
co.uk | jp | fr | ca | de
Gimmix was written by Priyank Gosalia <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Vincent Legout <email@example.com>,
for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
July 20, 2008 Gimmix(1)