Maintainers of individual web apps can spice up their scripts with extra settings to tweak your user experience even further. For example, music streaming apps let you decide whether they can keep playing in the background, Amazon Music asks for your preferred national variant, and Google Play Music may alter the behavior of the thumb-up/down actions.
To change Web App Settings Preferences, open Preferences dialog from the Menu button and click Web App Settings option.
Most streaming apps provide Background Playback feature. Learn more about how to tweak background playback and control Nuvola running in the background.
Amazon Cloud Player script needs to know your preferred national variant.
Google Play Music script provides only one extra option - whether to treat thumb up/down actions as a one-way switch or a toggle.
ownCloud Music script needs to know the address of your ownCloud server.
Plex Music script needs to know the address of your Plex Music server.
YouTube Music script provides only one extra option - whether to treat thumb up/down actions as a one-way switch or a toggle.
Google Calendar script provides only one option - whether to run in background when the main window is closed.