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GNOME VFS pjb method 0.2 [03.05.03]

The latest CVS version of the pjbsdk, this can now be used to copy node off of the device, rename and delete nodes. Work is continuing on writing to the device, this will also mean changes to the pjbsdk before it can be completed.

GNOME VFS pjb method update [06.10.02]

Start of proper coding of the vfs method (see CVS).

Updated RH8.0 Documentation [20.11.02]

Improved documentation for the RH8.0 platform.

GNOME2 version prototyped [01.07.02]

Initial prototype of the GNOME2 version of the pjbmanager

New development version [06.05.02]

Start of new development version of the pjbmanager, see news section for details

pjbvfs prototype [14.04.02]

Work has now started on a GNOME VFS pjb module (see screenshots section)

pjbsdk 3.1.4 RPMs [09.03.02]

pjbsdk 3.1.4 RPMs now available for download.

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Documentation - Adding / Deleting Tracks

Copyright © 2000-02 by Alex Moseley and others

Adding Tracks

You may add tracks by selecting Add Stored Tracks from the file menu. This will allow you to select a directory from which tracks should be added. You may also specify whether songs from subdirectories should be added recursively.

Dropping files

You may add tracks by dragging and dropping files and directories onto the right hand pane of the manager. You may add to a selected disc by selecting the disc in the left hand pane and then dropping to the position in the disc where you want the files to be added. You may drop a selection into the right hand pane regardless of the selection in the left hand pane if you are using id3 tags to place your songs (read the drag and drop section in the help for the preferences dialogue).

Adding Tracks from a playlist

You may add tracks by selecting Add Playlist from the file menu. This will allow you to select a playlist file (*.m3u) which contains a list of the tracks to be added.

Review upload

If the review setting has be selected in the preferences, then the Review Upload dialog is displayed, allowing the review / changing / deletion of entries in the upload file list.

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