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Re: [emms-help] New emms-volume-amixer-raise and emms-volume-mode

From: Ye Wenbin
Subject: Re: [emms-help] New emms-volume-amixer-raise and emms-volume-mode
Date: Fri, 08 Dec 2006 23:03:21 +0800
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I see. I didn't notice the command emms-volume-mode-plus/minus. Sorry
about that. I have remove the command from emms-volume-amixer, and change
emms-volume-raise/lower-function to emms-volume-change-function. Because I
think it is easy to define a new volume back end.

I notice the emms-player-mpd also define a emms-volume-mpd command. If use
this new lib, the emms-player-mpd-volume-change-amount,
emms-volume-mpd-raise, emms-volume-mpd-lower can remove from
emms-player-mpd.el. But I'm not familiar with mpd, and I don't know
whether anyone really need emms-volume-mpd-raise/lower command. So I
didn't make change.

On Fri, 08 Dec 2006 09:26:21 +0800, Martin Schoenmakers
<address@hidden> wrote:

You seem to be using it wrong. You bind a global key to
emms-volume-mode-plus and emms-volume-mode-minus (not the raise/lower
functions, my bad), (like for me they're on C-c e + and C-c e -) and
after that for 2 seconds (or whatever time you choose) it activates the
minor mode /in addition/ to the first change. So the difference between
that and using what you did is that mine uses a timeout and yours uses a
keypress other than +/- to exit. I change volume all the time from
non-playlist buffers as well, and the way I set it up works perfectly
for me. If I look away for a moment, it leaves the volume mode, so I
don't accidentally change the volume when I look back, say.

        -- Ye Wenbin

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