All tracks display 0
when they finish playing, this value does not increment
Quote from: sabrehagen on 14 July, 2013, 08:10:25 PMAll tracks display 0Use [%play_count%] if you want to avoid the 0 for tracks not having been played.Quotewhen they finish playing, this value does not incrementThe play_count value should be raised after the first 60 seconds of a file have been played.Perhaps you have inadvertently deactivated [main menu] Library > Playback Statistics -> "Monitor playing tracks"?Addendum: Perhaps you would also like to read the component's documentation, for instance what to do if your playback statistics are stored in your files instead of the plugin's own database.
What if you have a track that's shorter than 60 seconds?
Is there a way to change when Playback Statistics' play count updates?
Quote from: 4Strings on 20 July, 2013, 02:51:53 AMWhat if you have a track that's shorter than 60 seconds?Is there anything that prevents you from playing such a track and noting the behavior? Nevertheless, the play count advances for such files when their playback ends. Note though that regardless of a track's length, the play count will advance after 60 seconds of "accumulated" playback, e.g. if you listen to the middle 10 seconds of a 30-second track repeatedly without stopping playback, play count will advance after the sixth play and not the third. This component is (seemingly) not aware of a track's length and is triggered solely through playback.Quote from: 4Strings on 20 July, 2013, 02:51:53 AMIs there a way to change when Playback Statistics' play count updates?No.
And what is in this apparent text file?If the answer is a lot of seemingly meaningless symbols, your browser must have misinterpreted the MIME type of the file and hence presented it as text.
I have song without rating. When I set rating by command - Playback Statistics/Rating/1, it's OK. But when I use Playback Statistics/Rating/+, rating is set to 3.
1. Ok...now I understand your issue. You're talking about "+"ing songs with no rating...Yes, these tracks get 3 stars. "-"ing them give them 2 stars. I really don't use the "+" and "-" but if I did I might have been liking it that way.
Quote from: LL25255252 on 01 May, 2014, 07:38:27 AM1. Ok...now I understand your issue. You're talking about "+"ing songs with no rating...Yes, these tracks get 3 stars. "-"ing them give them 2 stars. I really don't use the "+" and "-" but if I did I might have been liking it that way. I guess it depends on how you interpret the star rating, but 0 (zero) plus 1 equals 1 and not three.
No, you cannot choose which fields foo_playcount does or doesn't track.Tag entries in the Properties dialog in uppercase and bookended by angle brackets are simply tags which lack a "Standard field" name.To give a tag a name, go to Preferences > Advanced > Display > Properties dialog > Standard fields and add the name at the end of text box in the following format: Play Count=PLAY_COUNT. Make sure all pairs are separated by a semicolon. The order they occur left to right is the order they are displayed top to bottom in the Properties dialog.