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Old 16th April 2005, 12:58 AM
Malkosha Offline
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Setting XMMS to play from Konqueror

I'm using XMMS ... also called "audio player" in the menu and I want to be able to double click on a song from the Konqueror file manager and have the song play. It doesn't want to cooperate!

Instead it brings up XMMS with my playlist installed, plays the last song that I played there and the one I wanted to play is no where to be seen.

Any ideas how I can get Konqueror to play it on a double click without bringing up the playlist?

Thank you!!

Last edited by Malkosha; 16th April 2005 at 01:03 AM. Reason: Correct spelling is good
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