Cover-thumbnailer – Displays music album covers in nautilus

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Cover Thumbnailer is a small Python script which displays music album covers in nautilus, preview of pictures which are in a folder and more.
The script fits in nautilus like any other thumbnailer of the GNOME thumbnail factory; so you don\'t have to run it manually to generate thumbnails.

Cover thumbnailer is free software under GNU GPL v3+ license, you are free to modify and redistribute it under the terms of the license.

Install Cover-thumbnailer in ubuntu 10.04/9.10

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:flozz/flozz

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install cover-thumbnailer

Now you can open Cover-thumbnailer from System ? Preferences ? Cover Thumbnailer

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13 thoughts on “Cover-thumbnailer – Displays music album covers in nautilus

  1. Ok, I’ve install it, run it, choose where my music is, press ok, and the program get closed, and dont do nothing.
    Is there anything else I have to do?
    Thanks

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  2. Installed it, configured it, no thumbs on a folder with 3 decades of music. Only subfolders suddenly appear as a CD with booklet.

    Not ready for 10.04 ?

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  3. work well for meee!!! woohoo..
    love it! ive been waiting for this feature in ubuntu…

    but, sorry..i still use karmic koala…i dont know if it also work for lucid lynx or not…

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  4. After a reboot I was able to get it work for the folders that I already had the cover art in the folder. On the ones I did not have any art work I just did a search for the album on the net saved the cover art to that folder and it appeared the next time I opened the music folder

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  5. I want to undo the effect. I have purged it done everything to get rid of it. Even deleted all my Music.

    Only one problem remains. It still does not show a normal music folder icon in docky bookmarks. Shows some coverart. hate it.

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  6. Ya, I am having trouble with the app on my 10.04 install as well. The app installs, I add a few folders to the Music list, I assure there is a *.jpg in the folder, and still no change on the icon. I purged nautilus cache, relaunched nautilus, even rebooted the machine…no go. Python is in my PATH. I know it works on another box of mine with Karmic Koala, but not here Lucid Lynx.

    Does anyone have it working on 10.04?

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