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    Rhythmbox Tutorial

    is there any rhythmbox tutorial out there?
    Tried to googling and found nothing.
    Please help ...

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    Re: Rhythmbox Tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by czgirb View Post
    is there any rhythmbox tutorial out there?
    Tried to googling and found nothing.
    Please help ...
    Here is a link i have found .

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Rhythmbox
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    Re: Rhythmbox Tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by codemaniac View Post
    Here is a link i have found .

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Rhythmbox
    How can I hide the side panel's:
    * Play Queue
    * Podcast
    * Missing Files

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    Re: Rhythmbox Tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by czgirb View Post
    How can I hide the side panel's:
    * Play Queue
    * Podcast
    * Missing Files
    You can change the appearance of Rhythmbox with the View menu and also change the columns displayed via Edit > Preferences

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    Re: Rhythmbox Tutorial

    I am using version 2.97 from the link and the hide options for the side pane are under the View tab. I don't remember if those options appear in the default version because I never turned them off. http://www.webupd8.org/2012/06/rhyth...-improved.html
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    Re: Rhythmbox Tutorial

    I believe Rhythmbox works much like iTunes in the respect that it can index all music files on your computer. I've found that it indexes them no matter where they're stored. I've tried I've downloaded a lot of my music through Ubuntu One and it appears in Rhythmbox right away, so you don't have to go through that 'Add File to Library' crap you do on iTunes. The tutorials already posted are probably the best you're going to get, but here's a link to more information about the program and things you can add to it:

    http://projects.gnome.org/rhythmbox/

    Hope that helps.
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    Re: Rhythmbox Tutorial

    In default, the column is Title, Genre, Artist, Album
    How can I changed the layout to Title, Album, Artist, Genre

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