* Listening to your music… It really is as easy as that! You can define multiple music sources and be able to stream them using a client like aria, vlc, mpd, mpc, etc.
* Music database: Get a list of the tracks and album art for each song.
* Playlists: Create your own playlists and listen to them.
* Volume control: Audio volume and sleep timer… A really useful application for power users
* Hotkey configuration: Set some hotkeys to make things simpler for you
* Audio visualisation: There is support for adding visualisations to the music that you are listening to.
* Audio tagging: Enables you to tag your music using the metadata from its ID3 tags.
* Playlist sharing: Share your playlists with others and let them listen to them as well.
* Sharing: If you want to share your music, with or without your account, Auremo has a music sharing feature!
* Filesharing: Auremo can connect to file servers and share your music with others using file sharing.
* (Remote control)
* MultiLang support.
Auremo is not native Windows application and does not have an installer. It can be launched from an.exe or a.zip file depending on the OS you’re using.
You can remove auremo from your system by simply deleting the executable file.
Auremo is currently only supported on the following Windows versions:
Windows 7 / Vista
How to run Auremo
Just double click the.exe or.zip file that you downloaded from this page. Auremo will open and you’ll be ready to listen to your music!
Please note that the GUI may be flaky at first and sometimes it’s not possible to start it. If that happens, simply rename the auremo folder to some other name and try again.
How to test Auremo
Auremo is very easy to use and we believe that you’ll enjoy using it!
You can use Auremo for free as it is open-source.
However, if you like it and want more features, a donation would be greatly appreciated:
Do you have any suggestions for a future version? Do you have any ideas or problems that you’d like to see solved 70238732e0
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This is a macro definition for the standard named defined symbols in Delphi 3 and up.This will help you to find the name of your component and symbol in the.dfm file.
Why is it useful?
When you have a symbol in a function, you can use TSignature to locate it. For example, in the beginning of the OnFormCreate function you can find this:
TForm2 = class(TForm)
and it has name TForm2. Click on that and you will see a Signature with the TForm2 text.
When you work with a new class, it can be difficult to find a name for the component, and you will have a look for it. If you find this, you will find it much more quickly.
There is a built-in function for it, but unfortunately the code must be written manually and it is not too easy.
How to use it?
We have this macro definition in Delphi’s VCL and you can copy and paste it in your own programs.
In Delphi, in most cases you will have the function something.allocation.you can copy this and paste it in your own program.
After that, find the name of your component and the signature name you will get the following results:
FMWin2K:17 = AllocateInstance;
FMWin2K:22 = FreeInstance;
FMWin2K:22 = DestroyInstance;
FMWin2K:27 = GetMemory;
FMWin2K:28 = SetMemory;
FMWin2K:29 = AllocateSize;
FMWin2K:29 = FreeSize;
FMWin2K:29 = GetUserSize;
FMWin2K:29 = SetUserSize;
FMWin2K:30 = GetFreeMem;
FMWin2K:30 = SetFreeMem;
FMWin2K:30 = GetMemoryAvailable;
FMWin2K:30 = SetMemoryAvailable;
FMWin2K:30 = GetMemorySize;
FMWin2K:30 = SetMemorySize;
FMWin2K:30 = GetPhysicalMemory;
FMWin2K:30 = SetPhysicalMemory;
FMWin2K:30 = CreateBool;
FMWin2K:30 = IsBoolTrue;