"As promised last month, Spotify disabled access to libspotify on 16/05/2022. As of today, seven years after libspotify was deprecated, there is still no official replacement library available."
Updating it to all the newest version actually solved all the problems, The reason I didn't go for them in the first place is because there was the word beta in it. When combining the folders with these versions seem to work great, I haven't fully tested it yet but so far it seems to work out just fine.
I did still get the message Warning: unresponsive script, before when i "checked" Don't ask my again and contiunued smp would crash. but with the newest version it's solved and it will continue and works perfectly.If you press cancel, it crashes because you stopped it That's intended behavior, feel free to ask in the SMP thread about it if you find it non-intuitive. As said, it will always appear on subsequent restarts unless you configure it to a higher time. Since it usually only happens when tagging, I find it ok to just click ok on the popup from time to time.
Unacceptable how dare they to tarnish your perfect craft! Well in that case I might take a look around to see the what the options are, it's also just a few songs so it isn't too big of a deal.For example any track with a length lower than 30 secs or so will fail, but that's how fingerprinting work. Oh and any track present in an ISO file (because there is no physical file to scan)! (they are skipped now in the latest version). You can bypass the ISO limitation by ripping the tracks, scanning them and finally copying the tags back. (These are "tricks" expect to explain the manual though)
If you were to bring out another version of these 2 components what would be the proper way to update it, Preferably I would not replace it because it would lose the information it would already hold.Nothing is lost on updating, close foobar, overwrite the "xxx-scripts" files, start foobar and done. Config is saved at another place and the panel stores internally other config, so as soon as you restart all is the same. Playlist Tools has even a menu entry to export the user configured menus for backup or other purposes.
"Burnett further notes. “Analog sound has more feels, more harmonic distortion, more desired resonance that were not in the original, better for figments of one's imagination.Corrected the quote to make it more accurate.
Analog sound is undead.”