the scrobbling has nothing to do with me. you need foo_audioscrobbler for that.the track loved successfully message is only shown when you get a very specific response from the last.fm servers saying that everything went ok. how are you checking it? if the track has been recently scrobbled, you should see a heart icon next to it under recently listened tracks on your profile page. it should also appear under recent activity - also on your profile page. and when signed into last.fm, it should also show on the track page.
But the fact is nothing seemed to be updated in last.fm.
are they scrobbled? if you see them on your profile, the script should fetch them but they will all be counted as one because the script only uses the artist and title.
although you can submit the album and MB trackid when using foo_audioscrobbler, there really is nothing to differentiate this information when fetching info back from them. like i said, it's limited to artist/title.
Edit: I know that when playcount is updated so is the LASTFM_LVOED_DB, but that does not feel reliable at all.
Since last.fm takes a fair amount of time to initially load on my machine, could this be the problem?
1) For scrobbling, I recommend Florian’s foo_audioscrobbler component found here:http://www.mp3tag.de/en/fb2k.htmlIf you prefer the official Last.fm software, you need to access the Tools>Options>Scrobbling page and change it to at least 60%. The default of 50% conflicts with the way my script works. It’s far easier for people to change this setting than it is for me to implement support for both versions.