Simple program that keeps the order of the last used players
Simple program that keeps track of the last used MPRIS2 players.
It prints the order of the players, from most recent to last recent, on a single
stdout any time a player appears or disappears. The most recent list
of players is also written at
You can use this program to control from keybinds the most recently opened multimedia player, using for example a program like playerctl.
Using the same technique, you may control another player based on the order of when it was started.
Toggle the playing state of the most recent player:
#!/bin/sh player="$(cat /tmp/lastplayer | head -n 1)" playerctl -p $player play-pause
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