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#1 2022-09-28 23:17:48

cirrus
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fUse fzf to peruse lyrics & display them with osd_cat

# Get song lyrics from your chosen source_dir  (mp3 folder)   lyrico will save lyric files in defined lyrics_dir
# DEPENDENCY :  [lyrico](https://github.com/abhimanyuPathania/lyrico))  ,  [pv](https://github.com/icetee/pv)
# [osd_cat](http://www.linuxintro.org/wiki/Osd_cat) and  [fzfo](https://github.com/junegunn/fzf)

#!/bin/sh
dir=(/home/cirrus/.lyrics)
get_selection() {
  for p in $dir; do
    ls "$p"
  done \
  | fzf --ansi  --height 80% --color fg:-1,bg:-1,hl:4,fg+:3,bg+:233,hl+:4 --color info:150,prompt:3,spinner:150,pointer:3,marker:174,border:11 --border=sharp  --prompt='➤ '  --exit-0

}

if selection=$( get_selection ); then
cat "${dir}/${selection}" |  pv -qL 10  | osd_cat -A center -p middle -f '-*-pragmatapro-*-*-*-*-24-*-*-*-*-*-*-*' -cgreen -O 4 -u black
else
exit
fi

https://cirrus.freevar.com/flyrics.mp4 was cobbled together.

Last edited by cirrus (2022-09-29 14:08:56)

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#2 2022-09-28 23:38:17

Trilby
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Re: fUse fzf to peruse lyrics & display them with osd_cat

A few notes:
1. That'd look better with code tags.
2. Your shebang is wrong, I gather you meant /bin/bash as that is not a POSIX script - either that or get rid of the array
3. Related to #2, you later assume $dir is a simple variable rather than an array, so just leave it at that (if it had mutliple entries, your cat command would fail)
4. get_selection doesn't really justify it's own existence as it just necessitates a couple lines for the function braces and an extra subshell upon invocation
5. The for loop and ls should just be a find command (which is the default for fzf without a stdin pipe)
6. "else; exit; fi" is a noop and should not be there

#!/bin/sh

dir="$HOME/.lryics"
fzf_flags=   #fill these in
osd_cat_flags=   #...

cd dir

cat $(fzf $fzf_flags) | pv -qL 10 | osd_cat $osd_cat_flags

While I've never used pv, I'm pretty sure the last line could actually be better like this:

pv -qL 10 < $(fzf $fzf_flags) | osd_cat $osd_cat_flags

Last edited by Trilby (2022-09-28 23:42:02)


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#3 2022-09-29 00:53:06

cirrus
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Re: fUse fzf to peruse lyrics & display them with osd_cat

Thank you Trilby for keeping  me right yet again smile
regards kind sir.

rectified thanks to trilby

#!/bin/sh

dir="/home/cirrus/.lyrics"
font="-*-PragmataPro-*-*-*-*-24-*-*-*-*-*-*-*"
fzf_flags=" --ansi  --height 80% --color fg:-1,bg:-1,hl:4,fg+:3,bg+:233,hl+:4 --color info:150,prompt:3,spinner:150,pointer:3,marker:174,border:11 --border=sharp  --prompt="➤"   --exit-0"  #fill these in
osd_cat_flags=" -A center -p middle -f $font -cgreen -O 4 -u black -cgreen -O 4 -u black"


cd $dir

pv -qL 10 < $(fzf $fzf_flags) | osd_cat $osd_cat_flags

Last edited by cirrus (2022-09-29 01:53:55)

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