Usage. Install the module using the Joomla installer. Enable it using the module manager. Upload your mp3s to the folder 'media/mp3s'. That's it. You can change the folder used for the mp3s by changing the module parameters in the module manager, also you can choose the number of mp3s selected - the default is 5.
You can use the Joomla images folder to store the mp3s, and use the media manager to upload them - you will need to change the Joomla configuration to allow mp3 files to be uploaded.
Also you can change the player size.
The module includes a popup option as well - that is, the player can be opened in a separate window.
Yes, I agree entirely, I am planning an update which will include these features.
1. The module misses a option to set the MODULE CLASS.
2. There would be appreciated a way to stop autoreplay.
3. If set to 60 pixels then the module height should fill all of the pixels already in his closed status - flash anyway opens on top of other contents, so it could still use smaller space with more effect.
Thanks for your comments, I will certainly keep them in mind.
I am not sure there is any great need to set the module class. The div element containing the player is automatically assigned the class 'musicPlayer' plus the module class suffix. That should give you all the styling freedom that you need.
I agree with your second point.
I think that it is easiest to do point 3 simply by giving the musicplayer div element an absolute position, and setting aside less than 60 pixels height for it to appear. I don't think that you can vary the size of the Flash movie dynamically, at least not with my version of Flash.