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{{NOTE|text=Make sure that you set the shell variables to their appropriate locations on the harddrive.}}
 
{{NOTE|text=Make sure that you set the shell variables to their appropriate locations on the harddrive.}}
  
<syntaxhighlight lang="vim">
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<source lang="vim">
 
" {{{1 MUSIC PLAYER
 
" {{{1 MUSIC PLAYER
 
let $SONG_FORMAT="[[%artist% - ]%title%]|[%file%]"
 
let $SONG_FORMAT="[[%artist% - ]%title%]|[%file%]"
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" }}}2
 
" }}}2
 
" }}}1
 
" }}}1
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== Playlist Editor Script ==
 
== Playlist Editor Script ==
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Copy and paste the following into your <code>$VIFM/scripts</code> folder or somewhere in your <code>$PATH</code> as <code>mpc_edit.py</code>:
 
Copy and paste the following into your <code>$VIFM/scripts</code> folder or somewhere in your <code>$PATH</code> as <code>mpc_edit.py</code>:
  
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<source lang="python">
 
#!/usr/bin/env python3
 
#!/usr/bin/env python3
  
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     else:
 
     else:
 
         client.seek(new_pos, elapsed-setback if elapsed>setback else 0)
 
         client.seek(new_pos, elapsed-setback if elapsed>setback else 0)
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This allows you to edit the current playlist by tying <code>rmE</code> if you have the optional dependencies installed.
 
This allows you to edit the current playlist by tying <code>rmE</code> if you have the optional dependencies installed.

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