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Re: [SLE] Amarok audio player
  • From: David Rozzell <suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 20 May 2006 13:47:57 +0100
  • Message-id: <200605201347.57393.suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Saturday 20 May 2006 13:07, Ken Schneider wrote:
> On Sat, 2006-05-20 at 09:54 +0100, David Rozzell wrote:
> > On Saturday 20 May 2006 09:28, sam wrote:
> > > Could someone instruct me how to place the Amarok
> > > audio application on the taskbar for easy access?
> >
> > In KDE if you want it to autostart just click on the link in the
> > application menu, drag it into .kde/Autostart (opened in Konqueror) &
> > choose 'Copy here' or 'Link here'. Alternatively, right click on the
> > taskbar>add application to Panel>Multimedia>Audio player.
> Either my eyes are going bad or I can't read. The OP was not asking
> about autostarting the app but how to add it to the task bar.

Perhaps you should re-read my post as I actually gave 2 options, 1 to
autostart & 1 to add it to the panel, both will have the effect of giving
easy access by adding a link on the task bar.

Perhaps I should have used 2 paragraphs, 1 for each option so nobody could get
confused and used a more long-winded explanation of adding the app to the

The OP may not have asked about autostarting the app, but then they may not
have considered it as an option and if it's used on a daily basis that could
be useful for them. I was merely trying to give a comprehensive answer to a
simple question and leaving it up to the OP to choose the option that suited
them best.

> To the OP: right click on the taskbar and go to "Add Application to
> Panel", migrate to the application and click on it. It will be added to
> the taskbar for you.

This looks very much like a reworded version of the last line of my original
post :)


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