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    • Mark Hills's avatar
      Remove -p functionality · 4f44121b
      Mark Hills authored
      An ordered playlist is just the same as a regular one. Press ctrl-Tab
      to change the sort order.
      4f44121b
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    • Mark Hills's avatar
      Allow users to set the default display size · 454774a2
      Mark Hills authored
      It seems there is not an environment variable in SDL to set size.
      Allow users to control the size of the window.
      
      Because xwax is an SDL (not X11) application we are not able to set
      the full window geometry (including position) [*].
      
      [*] but there is SDL_VIDEO_CENTERED and SDL_VIDEO_WINDOW_POS
      454774a2
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    • Mark Hills's avatar
      Simple playlist support · 9409feb4
      Mark Hills authored
      Allow sorting to be skipped, which means ordered playlists can be used
      as the output of the same scan script.
      9409feb4
  25. 10 Nov, 2010 1 commit
    • Daniel Holbach's avatar
      Use minus signs instead of hyphens · c0020d22
      Daniel Holbach authored
      I just had a quick look at what it'd take to update xwax and noticed
      that lintian gives me the following warning:
      
      ---
       This manual page seems to contain a hyphen where a minus sign was
       intended. By default, "-" chars are interpreted as hyphens (U+2010) by
       groff, not as minus signs (U+002D). Since options to programs use minus
       signs (U+002D), this means for example in UTF-8 locales that you cannot
       cut and paste options, nor search for them easily. The Debian groff
       package currently forces "-" to be interpreted as a minus sign due to
       the number of manual pages with this problem, but this is a
       Debian-specific modification and hopefully eventually can be removed.
      
       "-" must be escaped ("\-") to be interpreted as minus. If you really
       intend a hyphen (normally you don't), write it as "\(hy" to emphasise
       that fact. See groff(7) and especially groff_char(7) for details, and
       also the thread starting with
       http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2003/debian-devel-20030/msg01481.html
      c0020d22
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