Script Summary: Scrobble or love tracks directly from the (Classic or New) Myspace player.
License: FreeBSD License (see source code). Portions dual-licensed under the MIT (Expat) License and GPLv2.
Myspace Last.fm Scrobbler allows to submit plays in the (Classic or New) Myspace music player to your Last.fm profile.
You should see an "Enable Last.fm" button in the player. Click it, then login and give the permission on Last.fm to activate scrobbling. For the New Myspace, the button will be located in the Queue/Mixes/Radio popup bar, right next to Myspace's own 'Play Privacy Mode' toggle.
This script should work in the latest versions of Firefox with Greasemonkey, Google Chrome or Chromium, and with some additional steps also in Opera (see Script homepage -> "Installing Scrobblers to Opera").
This script is based on SoundCloud Last.fm Scrobbler 0.1.6 by Eric Lin.
v0.2.0 (2013-04-21) Added support for "New Myspace". Minor UI fixes for Classic Myspace (button spacing, gradient for Opera).
v0.1.5 (2012-02-05) Fixed regression. Automatic song title corrections introduced in 0.1.2 were broken.
v0.1.4 (2012-01-16) Fixed script. Myspace changed their code again.
v0.1.3 (2011-12-03) Fixed script. Myspace changed their code again.
v0.1.2 (2011-10-30) The script now applies some automatic tag corrections (remove track numbers and file extensions like mp3, wav etc. in track names). Centered text position in buttons.
v0.1.1 (2011-09-30) Fixed script. Myspace changed their code, so the Last.fm button could not be inserted correctly anymore.
v0.1.0 (2011-09-06) Initial release