no. you can choose it to ignore tracks if they are not monitored as part of your library. or you can mess around with title formatting so it ignores tracks based on their tags or other properties but not on playlist names.
For some reason audioscrobbler likes to scrobble "ReVamp - Here's My Hell" mostly after long tracks and rarely after shorter tracks.Long = about +15min tracks (most of Beardyman's lives exceed that limit).I tried to actually listen to Here's My Hell to fix the glitch but the next day I had some extra scrobbles already.
(...) or you can mess around with title formatting so it ignores tracks based on their tags (...)
Quote from: marc2003 on 29 June, 2013, 01:42:55 PM(...) or you can mess around with title formatting so it ignores tracks based on their tags (...)You mean I can configure current audioscrobbler to omit some tracks based on title formatting? how? where?
You've got everything wrong.
This is a completely different component, and it should not crash. How is it crashing?
What I know it doesn't have a feature to lookup an artist.Check the Console what it says and why it can't submit your scrobbles.
It doesn't have anything to do with the official component, which you need the Last.fm client to use anyway.
Unfortunately they both share the same name, which make it very confusing indeed.
those last.fm options on the Library menu causing foobar to crash are provided by foo_softplaylists. development has stopped but another forum member (romor) has provided a fixed version here: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st&p=811096
you're not one these people who listens to as little of a track as is possible for it count as a scrobble before skipping to the next one?
the only way i know of to keep track of the real time elapsed is by writing a script for WSH panel mod. i'll knock up a quick bodge job.edit: add this panel to your layout: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=70363then put this script in it. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/2280132...e%20elapsed.txt
Audioscrobbler: Previous submission still in progress
Audioscrobbler: Submitting 10 of 295 cached tracks...