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Old 08-20-2005, 02:38 PM   #1
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AmaroK - drag and drop to MP3 player (how?)

So, after trying out various music players (XMMS, Beep, Juk, Rhythmbox), I've sort of settled on AmaroK.

The only thing that bothers me about it is that I can't seem to drag and drop songs to my non-iPod MP3 player. When I click on the device icon, it says I queue up songs to transfer to my iPod. I thought, "Hey, maybe they just say iPod, but it can be any MP3 player." So I tried it out. No go.

Then, I tried dragging and dropping songs directly from AmaroK to my MP3 player's folder. It seemed to work, but what it really did was move the song to my MP3 player, not copy the song to my MP3 player. I don't want to move the songs--I want to copy them.

This worked in Rhythmbox (which I ditched for other reasons, which I won't go into here). How do I enable this drag-n-drop capability for AmaroK? I didn't see any option for this in "Configure AmaroK." Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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