On 9/18/05, Mark Knecht <markknecht@...> wrote:
> On 9/18/05, Tom Szilagyi <tszilagyi@...> wrote:
> > On Sun, 18 Sep 2005 10:24:56 +0200, Tom Szilagyi
> > <tszilagyi@...> wrote:
> > > (1) ...so the aspect ratio of the image can be preserved (i know, we'=
> > > talking about album covers which tend to be rectangular, but who
> > ^^^^^^^^^^^
> > uh... so I guess they're always rectangular. I meant square-shaped, 1:1=
> > you get the idea. Sorry for the confusion. Still booting, early morning=
> > Tom
> Hi all,
> Hey, this is a really nice start. It's probably a better overall
> solution than my wife had thought to ask for. Good work.
> 1) My problem - where do I get >700 jpg files? I went to Amazon and
> downloaded a few to test, but it will be a big job to go and find
> these one by one on the web. Any ideas? Does the online cddb stuff
> carry graphics?
> 2) Anyway to show the cover art within the player so that the work is
> enjoyed when the music store is closed for the night?
> Thanks much guys.
BTW - one small thing I ran into was the names of the Aqualung icons
placed under /usr/share changed names which messed up my launchers in
Gnome. Was this on purpose? I don't care what the names are as long as
they remain consistent.