I didn't try yours but it looks like it is more user friendly than Synergy. Unless you are on windows you have to figure out the syntax of the config file because they only wrote a GUI for windows.vistate said:Too funny, i just posted another version of an app like this called EventSharring!
Never tried synergy but will give it a shot!
I just wish it would then store them in my iTunes library!rb2u said:I thought you were posting about the iTunes controller also known as Synergy: another handy tool for not only controlling iTunes but also it automatically downloads album covers from Amazon for any song in your library and displays them with track information in a customizable floating transparent window.
Perhaps not a bad thing -applewhore said:I just wish it would then store them in my iTunes library!
Yes, Synergy has the ability to set hot keys for many iTunes functions like volume up or down. No it doesn't have the visual graphic volume slider which would require you to mouse over and precisely slide it where desired. I prefer keystrokes whenever possible though. I suppose you could use the Synergy hot key to bring iTunes to the front and then use the slider there.MDLarson said:...one feature I wanted to see was a volume slider just for iTunes alongside the buttons in the menu bar. I actually emailed the developer about it, and he just suggested something else involving hot keys or something.
smithy said:I have used synergy, and it is a awesome program to control iTunes with. However since i dont have a credit card i couldnt buy it, so i found Bytecontroller.
The thing i really miss about synergy is how it announces the song that is playing from itunes in the rounded transparent rectangles. Does anyone know whehter there is a program that can do that besides synergy ?