Rhythmbox Music Player Window
The Rhythmbox Music Player window enables you to browse and play your favorite music. Figure 1 shows the interface of the Rhythmbox Music Player with its main components.
Table 1 describes the components of Rhythmbox Music Player window.
|1||Menubar||Contains menus that you use to perform tasks in Rhythmbox Music Player window.|
|2||Toolbar||Provides access to player functions and details about the currently playing track.|
|3||Time Slider||Displays the position of the read of a track; it enables to jump to another part of a track.|
|4||Side Pane||Displays a list of available sources.|
|5||Browser||Allows to browse and filter the Library tracks by Genre, Artist or Album name. The Browser also provides a search function to display only tracks that match your criteria.|
|6||Tracks list||Lists the tracks that belong to the selected source.|
|7||Statusbar||Displays informations about the source selected in the side pane.|
3.2. The Side Pane
The side pane is where you can access your music library, internet radio, your playlists and audio CDs. The side pane can contain the following sources:
- The Rhythmbox Music Player library, where all of the imported tracks will appear.
- The iRadio source, with all internet radio stations.
- All playlists (normal and smart).
- Audio CD's inserted into the computer's CD drives.
- Portable players like iPod plugged to your computer.
- The DAAP Music shares discovered on the local network.
- Music stores like Jamendo and Magnatune.
The display of the side pane can be toggled on or off by selecting.
3.3. The Player Toolbar
The toolbar area provides access to details about the currently playing track. When no track is being played, this area shows no information. When a track is played, the track name is displayed, and underneath, the artist and the album names.
A tracker is also displayed, showing the progress of the playing track. When the tracker has focus, the arrow keys can be used to Fast-Forward or Rewind the playing track.
If you are using a mouse with a scroll wheel, you can adjust the volume by scrolling up or down while the mouse pointer is over the volume button.
3.4. The Statusbar
The statusbar contains additional information about the number of songs and the duration of the source selected. The display of the statusbar can be toggled on or off by selecting.
- Copyright © 2002 Mark Finlay
- Copyright © 2002, 2002 Mark Humphreys
- Copyright © 2005, 2006 Baptiste Mille-Mathias
- Copyright © 2006 Victor Osadci
- Copyright © 2008 Dean Sas
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