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New & Improved Last.FM Plugin For Banshee

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An updated version of Banshee’s Last.FM plugin provides better scrobble support and “instant” now listening updates on Last.FM.

The current Last.FM plugin is prone to dropping scrobbles, not being able to update your Last.FM page instantly (has a delay of somewhere around 5-15 minutes) and, worse for me, it requires you to listen to 100% of a song in order to scrobble! Arrgh!

Thankfully this new one alleviates all of the above, scrobbling a track at the 50% point – ideal for those with big collections and not enough time.

Installing it, however, is not for the faint hearted or those scared of screwing up their Banshee install.

All of what i’m doing can be put right with a few commands, but it’s still best to be sure that you want to do this.

Ready? Let’s begin!




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