Maybe try foo_bestversion...
I've not tested this yet but given it has dialogs for artist/title title formatting, it should support not submitting based on tags like the old component.
Just make sure the value is blank if a certain condition is met and then the component should either not submit or last.fm will refuse the submission because of bad parameters. For example...
Last.fm already have their own guidelines in place which scrobbler authors are supposed to stick to. No matter how long a track is, you shouldn't have to listen for more than 4 minutes for it to count.That's nice to know, thanks! Scratch that feature request from the list then =)
PS: Some of the scrobblers I've used on Android ignored those guidelines magnificently though :\
... blocking tracks from being scrobbled, based on tags ...+1 on this.
To keep proper track of feature requests:
This plugin misses certain functionality from original one (blocking tracks from being scrobbled, based on tags). I added my own tag named "LFM_BLOCKED" and when it has value "1" or "yes" tracks are not scrobbled.
On my PC there are ripped both my CDs and CDs of my wife. Sometimes I play her music for her from my account and honestly I don't want them to be counted on my LFM profile. Simple tag for all wife's CDs allowed me to achieve this.
Last.fm already have their own guidelines in place which scrobbler authors are supposed to stick to. No matter how long a track is, you shouldn't have to listen for more than 4 minutes for it to count.
When is a scrobble a scrobble?
Last post by Pollux88 -
cmd /c attrib -r "%_path%" /s
seems to work fine for me
cmd /c attrib -r "$directory_path(%path%)\*.*" /d /s
for the whole directory
Not sure about what to do to reapply write protection and what one might need it for, though.
Last post by Fairy -
I personally have converted all my cuesheet combined files to separate files using foobar2000. Works flawless.
Component works without problems so far =)
A few feature requests, if you don't mind:
You're right. I opened foo_scrobble thread.
foo_scrobble is a component that scrobbles to last.fm.
The old foo_audioscrobbler component is unmaintained and has various issues. This replacement:
Use the releases tab to download.
To get started, open foobar's preferences, navigate to "Tools > Last.fm Scrobbling" and use the top button to authorize your client (it provides a tooltip with instructions).
You can post issues/requests here or on github directly.