Firefox Extension: Foxamp

 
  • Firefox Extension: Foxamp

    Just found this last night, a Firefox browser that integrates Winamp into the statusbar. Basic functions only (stop, start, pause, track forward/backward, and open file). Still, it looks promising and I'm sure new features can be added to it. Check it out at http://www.grendosa.com/index.php?kex=foxamp

    • dzee ha detto...
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    • Set 13 2004, 20:49
    Classy stuff.

  • Nice! have to check that out ;-)

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  • i foudn one called FoxyAmp, i assume it's the same thing :)
    http://www.iosart.com/foxytunes/firefox/

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    • Ott 13 2004, 19:47
    hmm, the thing i wonder about this is that would the player still pause if you were visting a few high load web pages, or did they change it around (in whatever way) so that would'nt happen; or at least be less likely to happen? or is it basicly just the same thing, just in toolbar form?

  • Your winamp pauses if you visit high load webpages? Wow that's impressive.

    Sorry, i can't see the point in this... Learn the keyboard shortcuts and turn on global hotkeys.

    Rabbit, where'd you put the keys girl?
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    • Ott 17 2004, 20:46
    ...And the current version of Foxamp just doesn't seem to work with Firefox 1.0. Fortunately, a similar plugin exists, called FoxyAmp, and in fact it works with a lot of players, too.

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  • Oh FIREFOX IS GOD!..

    *bows down to the almigty firefox....*

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    • Ott 18 2004, 22:37

    Re:

    Quoth salmonmoose:
    Your winamp pauses if you visit high load webpages? Wow that's impressive.


    eh, what can i say, i love my shitty computer; well...i dont love love it, but its better then nothing...just not MUCH better...

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    • Ott 24 2004, 7:42
    it's kinda lame, the buttons don't fit into the browser to well, and i've already got buttons on my keyboard that do it...

  • foxytunes?

    Is this FoxyTunes? I've been using foxytunes, works well with FF1.0 , fits into browser well, no problems.

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    • adski ha detto...
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    • Nov 6 2004, 14:47

    Why make it application specific?

    I have used and been impressed by foxytunes, but don't see the point. I've set up global keyboard shortcuts, have a multimedia keyboard like most people.

    I don't see the point of making the web browser the operating system, cramming in a ftp client, rss reader, text to speech app, media controller... there's heaps of apps that can perform these functions *independent* of the browser, so that in the rare case when you're not surfing the web and actually *doing* something, say in word or photoshop, you don's switch to Firefox to change music tracks!!

    Each to their own i guess.

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    • Nov 7 2004, 0:30

    Re:

    Quoth salmonmoose:
    Your winamp pauses if you visit high load webpages? Wow that's impressive.

    Sorry, i can't see the point in this... Learn the keyboard shortcuts and turn on global hotkeys.


    If you use Windows NT (e.g. 2000 or XP)
    , you can use the task manager to set the priority of the winamp process to 'Above Normal'. If Winamp has priority, it should never skip no matter what else your old CPU is struggling with

    • Gisae ha detto...
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    • Dic 27 2004, 11:12
    I rather have it this way
    (winamp 2.95 with custom skin matching the Win2K colors)


    With the logitech plugin i was able to link mijn windows keys to play/pause and next song without seeing the start menu every time. Works great and i've been using this for about 2 years.

    Modificato da Gisae in data Dic 27 2004, 11:16
  • Re: Re:

    Quoth MrDaveB:
    Quoth salmonmoose:
    Your winamp pauses if you visit high load webpages? Wow that's impressive.

    Sorry, i can't see the point in this... Learn the keyboard shortcuts and turn on global hotkeys.


    If you use Windows NT (e.g. 2000 or XP)
    , you can use the task manager to set the priority of the winamp process to 'Above Normal'. If Winamp has priority, it should never skip no matter what else your old CPU is struggling with


    My point is that winamp has a tiny requirement, and a webpage/browser that uses that much CPU is crazy :) I'm an animator, I know about prioritys :D

    Rabbit, where'd you put the keys girl?
  • I find foxytunes helpful because it can show the track I'm listening to in the Firefox statusbar.

    Modificato da spaceling in data Gen 3 2005, 2:24
    • SniperC4 ha detto...
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    • Gen 3 2005, 4:24
    I just use Global Hotkeys, and then when I got my new keyboard it has very nice buttons for all of the functions (thought I mostly just use the Play/Pause one).

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    • Mar 18 2005, 15:39

    Re:

    Quoth spaceling:
    I find foxytunes helpful because it can show the track I'm listening to in the Firefox statusbar.

    Right, i have it too and i've hidden all buttons and left just song title witch song progress.

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  • I have something similar to that in my browser but it doesn't work for me :-\

    10,000 - Carey, M - We Belong Together
    15,000 - Aguilera, C - Beautiful
    20,000 - Mayer, J - Daughters
    25,000 - Lewis, L - Bleeding Love
    30,000 - Cheetah Girls - Cheetahlicious Christmas
    35,000 - Tamia - You Put A Move On My Heart
    • Grebla ha detto...
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    • Giu 4 2005, 19:14

    Re: Re:

    Quoth m4t3kRight, i have it too and i've hidden all buttons and left just song title witch song progress.same here

  • Re:

    Quoth aenimated:
    it's kinda lame, the buttons don't fit into the browser to well, and i've already got buttons on my keyboard that do it...

    Yeah, except for open file.

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    • Lug 28 2005, 19:32
    it's ok, though i can't quite get used to it !

  • This thing got in the way of my bookmarks.

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    • Set 29 2005, 17:36
    LiteStep hotkeys win.

    we own the other team
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    • Lug 2 2006, 20:56

    Re:

    Quoth spaceling:
    I find foxytunes helpful because it can show the track I'm listening to in the Firefox statusbar.


    me too.. just installed the plugin.
    very nice.

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