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I’m having the same problem. I found a half-assed work-around but I don’t know if this is how you’re supposed to do it. Anyway, in the plug-in code, toward the top, there is a line that says:<code>$out[‘author’] = $songartist;</code>.
I changed ‘author’ to ‘keywords’, and changed my form from the author tag to the keywords tag and now it works.
thanks for this!
it works… :)
I am having the same symptom andrea described: version 0.7 did not work in the sense that it did create the cache_file, and write down the data in the cache but nothing was displayed (nothing in the page source)..
i rolled back to 0.6 with the same exact usage and voila! the stream is all there.
my usage: <txp:bsl_audioscrobbler limit=“15” username=“stangita” usecache=“1” cachepath=”./as_cache”/>
any updates on this? i’ve tried installing it but can’t seem to get it running. i guess because of Amazon’s new developer pack?
So I’ve got it running <del>but it can’t seem to find any album art from amazon</del>. Also, any advice on getting this to run along with txp.icio.us <a href=“http://outoverthevoid.com/projects/73/txp.icio.us”>http://outoverthevoid.com/projects/73/txp.icio.us</a>? I need some help figuring out how to make them both use the same install of magpierss
Last edited by instantok (2006-02-21 14:22:41)
Is anyone using this plugin with good results, obtaining the list with each respective image?
Jon Hicks have his playlist working!
Hello Jon! Are you using this plugin?
Thx in advance!
I started to work on a new solution for this. The following code is running without too many problems on my site, so I’m done looking for a better solution, but I don’t understand it all. If it helps you, wonderful: http://textsnippets.com/posts/show/932
I saw Jon Hicks’ site as well, that is pretty much everything I could want and more. I e-mailed him to see if he could share any help on what he is doing to get that result (mostly the album art and links to Amazon I’m interested in).
I just installed the plugin (using v0.6), and replaced the code with that linked to in the last post by Kevin Ashworth, and it is working in general. I have the author tag working just fine with the ‘keywords’ hack described on the last page. I’m getting tracks listed twice sometimes, but only when the number of tracks I’ve listened to is less than the number I set to display. Even then, it is erratic – like now I have 8 tracks listed, none duplicated, while my number set to display is 10, so it’s working fine in this instance.
What is working:
Track Names with link to Last.fm (although they are listed twice erratically)
Author Names (with ‘keywords’ hack)
<txp:XXX_audioscrobbler limit="10" usecache="1" cachepath="./as_cache" form="audioscrobbler" username="andrewswihart" />
<br /><span class="songauthor"><txp:keywords /></span>:
<txp:permlink><span class="songtitle"><txp:title /></span></txp:permlink>
Note, instead of using
txp:author in the form, the hack uses
txp:keywords instead. You may want to put the <br /> at the end, depending on the context.
Kevin – Have you gotten the Amazon album art working at this point? Is there an option to link to Amazon?
Last edited by aswihart (2007-03-12 21:56:47)
Heard back from Jon Hicks, and apparently his album art and links to Amazon are done manually, with no audioscrobbler integration.
Anyone know if there is a way to make this plugin keep your last tracks displayed for a longer time? I see the attributes
feedtimeout in the help file. I wonder if increasing the
cacheoldtime is what I should do. Kind of sucks that I have to physically be playing music constantly for it to have my recent music displayed.
Last edited by aswihart (2007-03-12 14:40:39)