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Dynamic Taste Detection patch makes XMMS adapt its playlist randomization function to your personal taste. Songs you don't like en
Dynamic Taste Detection patch makes XMMS adapt its playlist randomization function to your personal taste.
Songs you don't like end up at the end of the playlist, and songs you like to hear together tend to end up next to each other.
Use XMMS normally for a while. After you have at least skipped a song you don't like, open the playlist window (the PL button in the main window), press and hold the Misc opt button (at the bottom of the playlist window), select Sort list, release the mouse button, and click on "Randomize list" in the menu.
Any songs you have skipped should now be at the end of the (otherwise) randomized playlist.
To apply a patch you have downloaded (see below), do: foo:~/xmms$ patch -p1 < ../xmms-dtd-2001mmdd.patch
This assumes that you have got the CVS version of XMMS checked out in your home directory. Also, you have downloaded the patch (named xmms-dtd-2002mmdd.patch) to your home directory.
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