[RELEASE] Grooveshark (Script) Music Addon - Printable Version
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- boognish43 - 2010-09-16 01:55
solver Wrote:It's available in the latest version (0.2.5). It uses XBMC's own playlist so all it's features are now working.
well thats awesome news! I just noticed its not working for dharma 2 - ill just keep an eye on this thread and wait for the go ahead! thanks again!
Now works on Dharma Beta 2 - solver - 2010-09-16 12:10
The script now works on Dharma Beta 2 (0.2.6). Found a workaround for changes between beta1 and beta2.
- solver - 2010-09-16 12:26
Agin Wrote:One thing - is last.fm scrobbling something which is planned (my ordinary xbmc music gets scrobbled) ?
Anything that is played in xbmc is scrobbled - that goes for anything you play in the grooveshark script to. Or did I miss your point?
- solver - 2010-09-16 12:28
mwthrane Wrote:I've been looking there aswell, but it's not there.
Not sure what's wrong then. A debug log would do wonders ;-)
- aptalca - 2010-09-16 22:19
Man, not only this script has awesome functionality, it also has the best design and skinning job out of all xbmc scripts in my opinion.
It required no setting up, or figuring out. Works great out of the box (or download) and extremely intuitive. My favorite functionality is that the queue is integrated with xbmc's queue so you can leave the script, do a bunch of other stuff while still listening to the playlist, come back later and add more songs to the list.
I hope other add-on'ers (for lack of a better term) follow your lead on the visuals.
- solver - 2010-09-16 23:54
aptalca Wrote:Man, not only this script has awesome functionality, it also has the best design and skinning job out of all xbmc scripts in my opinion.
Thanks! But I really can't take credit for the skin - that was created by cool_bombom. So I suggest you buy him a beer next time you see him ;-)
- Flomaster - 2010-09-17 00:39
EDIT:just noticed I am on version 2.6 I will have to play with it tonight and see if I am able to back out to main menu
maybe the newer version allows for for GS to run in the background, but when ever I try and back out of it using my menu button it says do you really want to close GS....
the previous button does not back me out into main music menu like it does every where else in xbmc..
possible remote.xml config problem?
- solver - 2010-09-17 11:39
Flomaster Wrote:EDIT:just noticed I am on version 2.6 I will have to play with it tonight and see if I am able to back out to main menu
Everything you've queued will keep on playing even if you close grooveshark. XBMC just calls the API part of the script as needed regardless of the running state of the script
- Flomaster - 2010-09-17 15:24
Maybe it's because I haven't added songs to the que. I just load my play list and play from it. I did notice out will play the current song then stop once exited from GS
- Agin - 2010-09-17 21:37
solver Wrote:Anything that is played in xbmc is scrobbled - that goes for anything you play in the grooveshark script to. Or did I miss your point?
Hi. Agree that anything playing in xbmc's music player normally should be scrobbled, thanks for that hint *ahem*. Running Dharma Beta1 and script version 0.2.5 it wasn't scrobbled anyway. Had a look at xbmc.log , and couldn't find any errors.
Updated to 0.2.6 , no difference.
Updating xbmc to Dharma Beta 2 as well - now scroobling works great