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The Amarok's New Screenshots

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So finally I came round to create a proper screenshot set of Amarok 1.4. Well, the truth is I never intended to create it my own (read: I actually wanted to save my precious splendour for 2.0), but since none managed to create them in (guess) half a year... I kind of did it myself.

Therefore the main purpose of a screenshot should be to give a very raw idea of the application and how it looks like. For feature presentation we can as well use text, can't we? Tongue

Anyway, I wander off the point... so new screenshots are online, feedback is very welcome.

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The actual screenshots




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