I have recently bought a new external keyboard . there is 12 customizable extra buttons on it . I'v set music key for deadbeef (using keyboard/application shortcuts) . I want to set one button to go next music from the list . what is the right command to bound a shortcut?
Did you try this?
~ >>> deadbeef --help  starting deadbeef 0.7.2 Usage: deadbeef [options] [--] [file(s)] Options: --help or -h Print help (this message) and exit --quit Quit player --version Print version info and exit --play Start playback --stop Stop playback --pause Pause playback --toggle-pause Toggle pause --play-pause Start playback if stopped, toggle pause otherwise --next Next song in playlist --prev Previous song in playlist --random Random song in playlist --queue Append file(s) to existing playlist --gui PLUGIN Tells which GUI plugin to use, default is "GTK2" --nowplaying FMT Print formatted track name to stdout FMT %-syntax: [a]rtist, [t]itle, al[b]um, [l]ength, track[n]umber, [y]ear, [c]omment, copy[r]ight, [e]lapsed example: --nowplaying "%a - %t" should print "artist - title" for more info, see http://github.com/Alexey-Yakovenko/deadbeef/wiki/Title-formatting NOTE: --nowplaying is deprecated. --nowplaying-tf FMT Print formatted track name to stdout, using the new title formatting FMT syntax: http://github.com/Alexey-Yakovenko/deadbeef/wiki/Title-formatting-2.0 example: --nowplaying-tf "%artist% - %title%" should print "artist - title"
another problem just revealed .
arrow keys does not navigate forward or backward . (up and down works for next and previous item selection) .
space also does not pause .
what is wrong with deadbeef?
thanks . it works with --play-pause option
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