EMPC is a client for MPD written using EFL.

Its focus is speed-of-use and minimalism.

It does not support other media playing backends.

For most delicious taste, set MPD_HOST environment variable to the path of
mpd's local socket. Also ensure your user has access to this socket.

Build Dependencies:
	EFL >= 1.12
	Elementary >= 1.12
	libmpdclient >= 2.9
	maelstrom-azy (dist only)

Optional Module Dependencies:
	glyr_gmpc:	esskyuehl
	glyr:		glyr
	id3_loader:	id3tag
	elyr:		maelstrom-azy

	The UI of EMPC is based on mouse movements and event areas.
	Moving the mouse to an area of the application window
	will trigger a change in the view state. Unless the current view
	has been mouse-hold toggled or keyboard toggled using a global
	hotkey, it will automatically hide after HIDE_TIMEOUT seconds.
	Hints for available navigation appear when the view changes:
		* blue indicates a new view is available in a direction
		* red indicates the previous view is available in a direction

	Mouse bindings for the player view and event area sizes can
	be changed using the defines at the top of empc.edc.

	Global hotkeys:
		F1 -> Toggle playlist view
		F2 -> Toggle filesystem view
		Ctrl+Q -> Quit

	Player view:
		Right -> playlist view
			Right for LOCK_TIMEOUT seconds -> toggle playlist view on
		Bottom -> controls panel

		Left click -> play/pause toggle
		Double left click -> background selector view
		Right click -> fetch+show lyrics
		Wheel down -> next track
		Ctrl+Wheel down -> next album
		Wheel up -> previous track
		Ctrl+Wheel up -> previous album

		Ctrl+v -> paste image url/data to use as background
		Delete -> delete currently playing song from queue
		Ctrl+Delete -> delete currently playing album from queue
		Enter/Return -> activate (play) first selected item in playlist
		Spacebar -> Toggle play/pause

	Playlist view:
		Left -> player view
			Left for LOCK_TIMEOUT seconds -> toggle playlist view off
		Up -> filesystem view
		Bottom -> controls panel

		Ctrl+Wheel up -> scroll up to previous album header
		Ctrl+Wheel down -> scroll down to next album header
		Right click -> playlist menu

                Ctrl+a -> select all
		Ctrl+c -> copy current selection of songs
		Ctrl+v -> paste current selection of songs
                Ctrl+Enter -> playlist menu

	Filesystem view:
		Bottom -> playlist view

		Typing on the keyboard in this view will actively search
		available filesystem entities.

		Double click/Return/Enter -> select current entity
		Arrows -> change selection
		Right click -> filesystem menu

                Ctrl+a -> select all
		Ctrl+c -> copy current selection of songs/directories
		Ctrl+v -> paste image url/data to use for image of current directory
			** only works if one directory is selected
                Ctrl+Enter -> filesystem menu