Album List refreshed in: 0:00.043429Startup time : 0:00.542385
Opening track for playback: " [shortened] "Audioscrobbler: Handshake successful.
Audioscrobbler: Submitting 10 of 78 cached tracks...Audioscrobbler: Connection error
Hi I have this problem when I rewrite the database : Console --> iPod manager: Warning - SQL post process command failed: duplicate column name: rental_expirediPod manager: Generate SQLite database completed in 1.1931322 Someone knows how to fix it?
Quote from: thuan on 06 January, 2011, 01:34:55 AMCheck foobar Preferences, it's in there.It only appears in the "components" tab, doesn't appear in "tools", so how can i configure it?take a look:
Check foobar Preferences, it's in there.
I want to listen to music and scrobble from both my iPod and Foobar. Is any way to alternate usage of an iPod and Foobar and have both scrobble successfully upon connecting the iPod?
Quote from: aeidein on 30 March, 2011, 05:18:59 PMI want to listen to music and scrobble from both my iPod and Foobar. Is any way to alternate usage of an iPod and Foobar and have both scrobble successfully upon connecting the iPod?I'm not sure if I understand your question but you don't need to do any special procedure. As long as you have both components (scrobbler and foo_pod) installed in foobar and the option to import the counts of portable devices (in foo_pod) is activated, you just have to listen to your music (for example: 2 musics in foobar, then 3 musics with the ipod then again 5 more with foobar). All scrobbles will update to your profile in last.fm (the ones from ipod when you connect it to foobar and do a rewrite of the database).
Ah, okay. I believe the old behavior was that last.fm wouldn't let you scrobble tracks earlier than the most recent one. Like in your example, if I listened to 2 tracks in foobar (which scrobble instantly), then 3 tracks on the iPod, then 5 more with foobar, then plugged in my iPod, the scrobbler would either not work or would overwrite those 5 foobar tracks.
anyone know if it's possible to "pause" the scrobbler setting it to utilize the cache instead of automatically sending info to lastfm?
Quote from: snowbot on 14 April, 2011, 10:19:37 PManyone know if it's possible to "pause" the scrobbler setting it to utilize the cache instead of automatically sending info to lastfm?You can tell foobar to use an invalid proxy server so the scrobbler can't communicate with last.fm.
love music feature missing?
look here: http://www.foobar2000.org/components/view/foo_softplaylists