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Will someone do me a large favor and post the manpage for rhythmbox or rhythmbox-client -- I can't find either anywhere! Not on my drive or on the net. Driving ...
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    post rhythmbox man page please


    Will someone do me a large favor and post the manpage for rhythmbox or rhythmbox-client -- I can't find either anywhere! Not on my drive or on the net. Driving me nuts!

    Thanks!!
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    Here is one from Ubuntu Dapper drake
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    "I'm just a little old lady; don't try to dazzle me with jargon!"

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    Thanks very much for posting that.

    It doesn't give a comprehensive list of command-line options, e.g. --volume-up. Any ideas where I can find those?

    The reason I'm looking is that '--mute' and '--unmute' both work, but I'd like a single command to toggle the two like '--play-pause' does. I'd like to then keycode it to my keyboard's single mute multimedia button. As of now I can only make it mute or unmute... hardly useful.
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