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XMMS Root Visualization Plugin

XMMS Root Visualization Plugin is a little XMMS plugin that draws a spectrum analyzer directly to the background (root window) of X.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Dec 2005 09:00

    Release Notes: Imlib2 is used for rendering. True transparency and gradients are supported, and no more drawing errors are produced. Colors can now be configured on the fly with instant results. Rendering of bevels is supported.

    •  16 Sep 2004 04:30

      Release Notes: A segfault that occurred on startup was fixed along with a problem where GNOME and KDE icons were overdrawn at startup and when quitting. A workaround was implemented for cases where XMMS had problems with the plugin being enabled on startup. Drawing issues involving falsely drawn peaks and bars were fixed. The data manipulation config variables were made stereo capable and an experimental "display" config was added for specifying the X server.

      •  09 Sep 2004 03:06

        Release Notes: Stereo support was added, with both channels drawn and configured independently. Drawing errors (in the form of shadows) were fixed. Many critical fixes were made on configuration updates.

        •  19 Aug 2004 07:20

          Release Notes: The plugin now can be configured by editing the xmms config file while running rather than only during compilation. Some cleanups were made.

          •  08 Aug 2004 02:13

            Release Notes: This release adds configurable peaks and shadow (not affecting peaks), strange optimization of the drawing function, mirrored frequencies on orientations 2+3 (bass is now on bottom), and enhancements to the README, and removes About and Configure as they aren't functional yet.


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