The Jukebox menubar.
This menu item holds application specific methods.
This brings up the information window, which shows all interesting information regarding the currently played song.
This exits the application.
This menu item holds methods related to saving and loading playlists.
Saves the currently selected songs to disk. Note however that it only saves a reference to a song in a browser.
Loads a previously saved playlist.
Deletes a previously saved playlist.
This menu item holds the methods related to adding, deleting, editing and using bookmarks.
This item stores the current location in the currently active browser to the bookmark list.
This item brings up the bookmark editor.
This menu item holds the methods related to saving, editing, creating and deleting all different kinds of browsers.
This menu item allows you to load a previously saved browser.
This menu item will show you a list of commands possible to perform on the browsers.
This will save the currently active browser to disk. The browser will be saved in your sajber directory.
This will bring up the browser edit dialog for the currently active browser. Not all browsers are editable.
This removes the currently active browser from the tab box.
This removes the currently active browser from the tab box and deletes it from disk.
This option is a bit malplaced, but it's put here for convenience. If the active browser is a file browser, and this option is checked, the browser will recursively scan the directories for files matching the current filter when the all button is pressed.
This menu item holds the methods related to configurating the Jukebox.
This item gives you a list of things possible to save.
This item saves layout, autoloads and options.
This item saves the current options.
This item saves the current layout.
This item saves a reference to all browsers currently loaded so that they may be automatically reloaded the next time the Jukebox is started
This item is here in a vain attempt to help you understand this application. Unfortunately, there's not much in it yet.
Brings up the copyright and version information.