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Last Fm logging Scrobbler


I've made the last fm logger into a plugin

--- Quote ---We have the ability to run plugins at start-up so you could simply run scrobbler at start up
(Settings > General Settings > Startup/Shutdown > Start Screen > Open Plugin:
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Last Fm Scrobbler

The Scrobbler plugin keeps a log of songs played and songs skipped

The plugin is TSR (Terminate and stay resident)
 it keeps a thread running to respond to playback events caches the track info and occasionally flushes data to disk

--- Quote ---TSR is a term from the days of DOS
return as though the plugin finished, but it remains in memory
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There are some new options, to activate the menu run the plugin a second time
* Resume playback
resume playback at plugin start
while enabled if nothing to resume will bring you back to scrobbler menu

* Save threshold
0-100% when this percentage of time has elapsed the track will be marked (L)istened

* Minimum Elapsed
0-10000(ms) Tracks played less than Minimum Elapsed will not be logged

* Verbose
Suppress messages such as 'Scrobbler Started' and 'Scrobbler Flushed'

* Beep Level
0-10 set the volume level of the startup beep

* Unique Track MRU
0-32 keep a list of this many skipped tracks to prevent repeats in the log
(Listened entries will always be written)

* Revert to Defaults

Flush cache    Write track data to disk immediately
Exit Plugin   Quit the plugin
Back  exit the plugin but leave running (resident)

TSR plugins now restart automatically after you close the plugin that interrupted

if you want to exit the scrobbler for good run the plugin again and choose 'Exit Plugin'


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