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    Un mp3 user_guide_v10 Un mp3 user_guide_v10 Document Transcript

    • UnMP3 User Guide v.1.0 Welcome to the UnMP3 User Guide. Here you will find quick explanations for both the mp3 player, and the component’s administrator. You will see how to change colours, set initial player settings, upload mp3’s and edit the playlist of your mp3’s. FRONT-END © copyright unmp3.com and undesign. Visit unmp3.com for details.
    • Play/Pause Skip reverse Skip forward Mp3 track information including Title, time elapsed, time remaining Scrobbler – click inside to jump through track EQ simulator. Not real. But looks pretty. Playlist open/close. Open player in new/popup window. Share mp3 player. Click to view the html code. Copy the code and place it on your website. Repeat playlist. Play straight through playlist in order. Volume on. Volume control – click to change. Playlist. Mouse-over tracks to scroll up and down the list. Click track name to change track. Play once only – playlist not repeated. Shuffle tracks. Select to play tracks at random. Volume off. (mute) © copyright unmp3.com and undesign. Visit unmp3.com for details.
    • Back-end (administrator) UnMP3 COMPONENT This is the first screen you will see when you select UnMP3 from the Joomla components list in your Administrator area. Any module you create in the Joomla module manager will show in a list here on the first screen of the component. Choose Edit Settings or Edit Playlist to modify the UnMP3 player module. © copyright unmp3.com and undesign. Visit unmp3.com for details.
    • EDIT SETTINGS Auto Play will start playing tracks automatically once the flash is loaded. Loop will repeat the playlist. User can change this option on the player. Shuffle will play tracks in a random order. User can change this option on the player. Initially Open option will tell the player to expand the playlist once flash is loaded. Initial Volume can be set anywhere from 0 to 100 (100 being the maximum loudness). Foreground Color is the colour of all icons and text in the player. Circle Color is the colour of the circle that contains the play/pause, skip buttons in the player. Background color is the player’s background colour. Background Alpha will set the transparency of the background colour. *Note – to help with choosing the hex values of a colour, we have added a colour picker. Click the colour-wheel icon to visually select a colour and obtain the hex value to put in the field. © copyright unmp3.com and undesign. Visit unmp3.com for details.
    • PREVIEW The preview screen is there for your convenience. Use to quickly see your colour choices. © copyright unmp3.com and undesign. Visit unmp3.com for details.
    • EDIT PLAYLIST ADD FILE: Type in the title of your track. (and band name if you like). Choose the mp3 file you want to upload. Add MP3! *note large mp3 files can take a while to upload so be patient and wait for the success message to appear. © copyright unmp3.com and undesign. Visit unmp3.com for details.
    • EDIT Here you can see the playlist information including all tracks you have added to the player. Order – type in the number you want that track to appear as in the playlist. Lower numbers play first eg. 0 or 1… Higher numbers play last. Title – here you can edit the title of the track. Published – tick to include the track in the player. Untick to remove it from the player but keep it in the database in case you want it back on later. Delete – select to completely remove a track from the player, database, and physical mp3 file. © copyright unmp3.com and undesign. Visit unmp3.com for details.