Home Page: coonsden.com
Latest Version: 1.2.0 - Dec 14 2010
Maintainer(s): Johan Spee
Description: QUIMUP is a 'graphical' client for the music player daemon (MPD) written in C++ and QT4. The program can be used with most Linux desktops (KDE, GNOME, XFCE) and is covered by the General Public License.
The clean interface makes controlling MPD's many features easy and intuitive.
The focus is on mouse handling (playlist management by drag-&-drop).
Playback functions are directly accessible from the system tray.
Supports album art (stored locally).
Supports audio streams.
Songs can be listed in several modes: directories, artists, albums, genres and playlists.
Songs can be searched by title, album, artist or genre.
v. 1.2.0 2010 12 14 REQUIRES MPD 0.16 (or above) * Settings are now saved when applied (and on exit). * The volume slider is now always visible (was a pop-up). * The volume slider keeps the focus after a button click. * The progress bar is snappier (now based on QSlider). * "Modified" mode now sorts albums (rather than folders). * "Modified" now also possible when mpd runs remotely. * "Modified" now puts most recent item on top of the list. * "Modified" now handles missing tags correctly. * New library mode: Albums sorted by year (i.e. date tag). * Replaygain mode can now be set on the fly from Quimup. * Library and Playlist can be toggled to use full window. * Improved automatic column-width handling (i.m.h.o.). * "Reload audio tags" even when mod-time has not changed. * Fixed: 'Played' status was reset by "Reload audio tags". * Fixed: No response to 'disconnected' when in 'idle' mode. * "Collapse all" was added to the Library context menu. * Row colors now alternate in the library and playlist. * Tray icons were replaced (new and larger images). * Windows now always open normally (and never minimized). * Some minor cosmetic tweaks, as usual.