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    Album art full screen

    I use the web interface via browser on a linux rig running on a 49" 4k TV.

    Is there anyway to have the album art full screen for the now playing track?

    I can do this by manually by clicking the album art thumbnail and opening in a new tab. Whilst running the browser in kiosk / full screen mode.

    I hope there's a setting or plug in for this?

    Almost like a screen saver. Help please.

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    Album art full screen

    > Is there anyway to have the album art full screen for the now playing
    > track?


    Not by default. But I think somebody has come up with a custom
    screensaver type web skin or page to do this. Maybe you can find it if
    you search for "squeezejs".


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    You can get the current cover image from:
    Code:
    http://lms-server:9000/music/current/cover.jpg
    If you want it in the browser, use auto-refresh (eg. for firefox, the reloadevery or tabmix plus extensions can do this)
    Otherwise, just use a shell script to get the image (eg. with wget or curl) and use any image viewer to display

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roland0 View Post
    You can get the current cover image from:
    Code:
    http://lms-server:9000/music/current/cover.jpg
    If you want it in the browser, use auto-refresh (eg. for firefox, the reloadevery or tabmix plus extensions can do this)
    Otherwise, just use a shell script to get the image (eg. with wget or curl) and use any image viewer to display
    Thats exactly the url i needed thanks

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    @mherger I am playing with squeezejs. How do I concatenate elements e.g. Squeezejs.ui.trackno and squeezejs.ui.title ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by atca View Post
    I am playing with squeezejs. How do I concatenate elements e.g. Squeezejs.ui.trackno and squeezejs.ui.title ?
    SqueezeJS tutorial

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roland0 View Post
    I read the tutorial previously but was none the wiser as to how to concatenation two returned variables.

    I can render each variable to a table but I want to concatenate crudely as follows:

    Squeezejs.ui.Tracknumber & "." & squeezejs.ui.Trackname <br>
    Squeezejs.ui.Album <br>
    Squeezejs.ui.Albumartist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roland0 View Post
    You can get the current cover image from:
    Code:
    http://lms-server:9000/music/current/cover.jpg
    If you want it in the browser, use auto-refresh (eg. for firefox, the reloadevery or tabmix plus extensions can do this)
    Otherwise, just use a shell script to get the image (eg. with wget or curl) and use any image viewer to display
    Tried that and it works but how do you determine which player ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    Tried that and it works but how do you determine which player ?
    Simply by adding ?player=ma:ca:dd:re:ss from the player....

    eg:
    http://lms-server:9000/music/current...fe:04:dj:an:g0

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    Album art full screen

    > I can render each variable to a table but I want to concatenate crudely
    > as follows:
    >
    > Squeezejs.ui.Tracknumber & "." & squeezejs.ui.Trackname <br>
    > Squeezejs.ui.Album <br>
    > Squeezejs.ui.Albumartist


    You wouldn't concatenate those items in code, but define different
    elements in your HTML to represent the items. Eg. every item expects an
    element ID where to render the data. Just put three <span> elements with
    the correct IDs in a row where you want to place them.

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