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Tools Menu

From this menu you can use additional tools and scripts.

The Tools Menu

Menu Item Description
Bookmark Manager Allows you to save bookmarks of various types.
Cover Manager Allows you to view album covers and fetch missing ones.
Equalizer Shows the equalizer.
Script Manager Shows the dialog to install and remove scripts.
Update Collection Checks the tracks in your collection.
Scripts Menu items to start installed scripts will be added to this menu [Copy All Cover and Rating Statistics in this image].

Bookmark Manager

The bookmark manager allows you to bookmark different kinds of things to recall them later. You can also create folders to organize your collection of bookmarks. The search box provides a convenient way to find bookmarks. The context menu offers the possibility to Load and Delete the bookmark.

Tools bookmarkmanager.png
Menu Item Description
Bookmark Context View Applets Saves the currently used view applets.
Bookmark Media Source View Saves the current view of the media source tree.
Bookmark Playlist Setup Saves the current playlist setup.
Bookmark Track Position Saves the position in the current track.
Cover Manager Shows all albums in your collection. Here you can set custom album covers and fetch missing ones. More about the Cover Manager, shown below.

Tools covermanager.png


Provides the possibility to configure sound settings. You can choose between manually adjusting the settings and using templates.

Tools equalizer.png

Script Manager (before Amarok 2.4.1)

Here scripts that enhance the functionality of Amarok can be installed and removed. More about the Script Manager. After Amarok 2.4.1, the Script Manager is found from theSettings menu, Configure Amarok -> Scripts.

Tools scriptmanager.png

Update Collection

Checks the files in the folders you defined as your collection. New files will be added and missing ones removed from the left pane.


Scripts installed using the Script Manager can be started from here.

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