Screenshots

Modern Desktops

Nowadays, desktop environments usually provide a media player applet, integrated somewhere in the desktop user interface. This applet provides basic control over media players that implement the MPRIS2 specification.

These screenshots show both Goodvibes and the media player applet from different desktop environments.

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GNOME (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS) with the Media Player Indicator extension

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Unity (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS)

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Pantheon (Elementary OS 0.4)

Old-style Desktops

It’s possible to launch Goodvibes with the --status-icon option. In this mode, Goodvibes will not display a main window, but will instead add an icon to your notification area (also called system tray).

This is a kind of legacy feature, and it will be removed from Goodvibes at some point in the future. This is not supported by the toolkit (GTK+) anymore, and this is also disappearing from various desktop environments (GNOME and Ubuntu at least).

Anyway, here’s how Goodvibes looks like in Status Icon mode.

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MATE (Linux Mint 18.1)

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Openbox/Tint2 (Debian Stretch)