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Old 06-18-2009, 02:00 PM   #1
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Audio player with easy accessible delete option


Hello, a little...maybe stupid question from me .
Searched in google a lot, tried many players but still cannot find what I'm looking for.I search for music player with easy accessible delete option, delete from filesystem not from playlist . I want to clean my music collection, but its hard to listen every track and then those that I didn't like must be deleted from other place not from player. Usually I'm using mplayer in console to listen music than I get path to file from mplayer output and put in file (than pass lines from file with simple for to rm) or directly delete it with rm .So I want player gui or cli where I can with one key to delete currently played file (key not click) .
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Old 06-19-2009, 10:25 AM   #2
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If you associate mp3, ogg, etc to a given player then when you click on the file from the filemanager (konqueror, for example) you get to hear what you clicked on. Then just delete the file if you don't like what you hear.
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Old 06-19-2009, 11:39 AM   #3
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Sounds like a solution but not very effective too . I want to avoid mouse, now I'm copying filepath with mouse and paste it to rm, this is the slowest and most boring part of process .But this is 16613 files, just imagine number of clicks, after that I must go to doctor to fix my wrist (or entire hand) .

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Old 06-19-2009, 11:43 PM   #4
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Actually you can do all this without a single most click (using your keyboard arrows for example and closing down the mplayer with key strokes with a keystroke).
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Old 08-01-2009, 02:59 PM   #5
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cmus

I found it . Its not so fast(to access delete option I mean), but it works only with keyboard. Its called cmus and one of best things is "Vi style command mode with tab completion" . So to remove (not from playlist, delete it from filesystem) something - open cmus, open a dir and start listening, when you met something that you dont like press "5" find file select it and press "shift+D" after that "y" and ... its done, file is deleted from filesystem.
Thanks to all guys in forum that try to help . And big, big, big thanks to the creators of cmus, genuis people.

Ohh, nice ...
...cmus has Dynamic keybindings - so delete maybe must be configured to be accessed faster .As I said - genius developers .
 
  


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