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блять это очень классно когда ты можешь прямо из браузера управлять оффлайн плеером если ты довольно часто сидишь в инете
п.с. на pale moon такая штуковина работает без проблем
I've been using this addon for a long time. So useful.
Unfortunately, it's not compatible with Firefox 57's new extension requirements.
Any chance that this will be rewritten for Firefox 57 and up?
At present, the new WebExtensions API doesn't allow access to external processes (i.e., Winamp). It looks like it's possible for me to create a 'helper' app that would act as an interface to Winamp, but I think it would require manual installation by end users. Additionally, we can't create status bar panels any more, so I guess it'd need to be a button on the toolbar that would expand to offer play/pause, etc, functionality. So I won't say there'll never be a new version of Foxamp for Firefox 57+, but there are a number of challenges. I hope to look into some more soon.
Thought this was long abandoned. Would it be possible to have a way to adjust the length of the area containing the song title?
I daresay that should be possible. However, it looks like Mozilla is going to be dropping support for all legacy add-ons (of which Foxamp is one) in Firefox 57, due in November. As such I'll need to rewrite Foxamp completely - however, to complicate things, the new WebExtension model may not actually allow me to communicate with Winamp. I'll need to do some more investigation...
I like this addon.
Well done, no longer have to minimised my browser every time I want to change song, just a suggestion, if possible at all, bigger or longer play control buttons.
Lacks one thing which is the most important for me: ability to turn on Winamp entirely through Firefox, thing that FoxyTunes had and somehow none of later made addons never reproduced. Other than that I still use global hotkeys, so, huh, it's actually virtually useless for me. But it works as it should, so 3 stars. It would get five if it would be able to remotely start Winamp :P
Great extension, all the basic functions are working very well with Firefox 29, very happy!!!
Great FoxyTunes replacement, but I still want some features:
- choosable buttons
- mute/unmute button (without clicking the menu button)
- show/hide button (without clicking the menu button)
- resizable song title area
- copyable song title
- clickable progress mark (hidden for web stream)
- volume slider
FINALLY. I'm surprised no one else has made a FoxyTunes replacement yet. This works, albeit with way less features, but at least it works. Also, this will work on foobar2000, provided you have the WinAmp API emulator plugin. So I'm assuming any media player with a similar plugin should work.
Great extension & an excellent replacement for the now-defunct FoxyTunes. And the control panel has a stop button, which for some reason FT got rid of many versions ago. Only thing I do miss about FT is the little progress mark showing you how far into the song you were.
Thanks for the suggestion, Czol. I've added this feature into Foxamp, and should be releasing it soon. :)
So far, so good! I've been looking for a replacement for the Foxytunes add on, since Yahoo hasn't updated Foxytunes in AGES ( it no longer works with ANY current version of Firefox ).
Since the only program I'll use to listen to music with when browsing or working on artwork is Winamp, FoxAmp is just fine for me. And if I need to adjust the volume, that's what the volume control on my speakers is for.
I can use the song finder on various websites again thanks to this, and this seems to work with Last.fm, so so far, I'm giving this a big thumbs up.
I hope to find out a version with AIMP3 support and other players too soon
please update it with a volume slider
Looked great and simple at first, but after troubleshooting my FF i found out this is causing a cpu spike every 5 seconds. Why? cause in its options it's set to upgrade track name every 5 seconds. Setting this to a higher number just means much less track name change but still will cpu spike at those intervals.
Edit, reply to the developer:
the CPU spikes come from svchost and they make the mouse cursor show the busy cursor every 5 seconds, which is very annoying.
I'll try to investigate this issue. What kind of a spike are you seeing - how significant is it?
Works as advertised. Plays winamp. Would really like to be able to move it, though. Good job! 4/5.
It is superb
Finlay i found something to control winamp :D Thank you very much i give you a 5 Stars ^_^ i have just one suggestion please if can make it to move anywhere in firefox , like into toolbar for example :D
nice tool. configuring which button to show would make it perfekt. Also usefull: direct access to media library playlists :-)
It's a great little add-on!It's simple, it's wonderfull. But with the new ff 4 coming i don't like the ideea of status bar. It wouldn't fit with the design. So I have a few recomandations: autohide, like the windows taskbar; customizable (i need only three buttons); and the last I want a little box that pops up and displays playlist and album art.
This would have been perfect if I got the result the picture shows ):
I'm running winamp 5 but the "currently playing" bar never updates with the current track. When WA wasn't running, the statusbar did print a message about WA not running and the bar lets me control WA as well as launching WA. But I mainly wanted it for the "now playing" feature, so this is a bit of a waste of time for me at the moment ): Pity though.
Small and simple,just the way I want it !
Thanks ! Great add-on.
Small and simple,just the way I want it !
Thanks ! Great add-on.
for some reason, it wont install on my computer. says
It appears there is a problem with the Mozilla servers at the moment, and the add-on has not actually been placed on the download server. You can download Foxamp from http://www.owenrudge.net/utils/foxamp if you'd still like to try it.
Wonderful add-on, really. It's just simple, easy to use and works perfectly - thanks for making this :)
Simple, user-friendly, efficient. Excellent.