Bandcamp Last.fm Scrobbler

By RetypePassword Last update Feb 20, 2013 — Installed 40,108 times.

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bryanr27 User
ChromeMacintosh

Hello,

Started using this script in October. About a month ago it stopped working completely for me.
Running Firefox 8.0.1 on Mac OSX 10.6.8.
Chrome version 15.0.874.121, used Tampermonkey to host the script.

Any idea what might be going on? I'm very new to user scripts and would love to get this to work again for me.

Thanks,
bryan

 
RetypePassword Script's Author
FirefoxX11

How 'bout now?

 
raina Scriptwright
FirefoxMacintosh

Cheers!

 
desplantes User
FirefoxWindows

Hi,
I'm using this brilliant script for a while but unfortunately I have problems with it for about 2 days.
Hope you can do something.
Thanks.

 
raina Scriptwright
ChromeWindows

To me it looks like it's still somewhat working on individual track pages. On album pages the "No song playing" text disappears when you click to play a song and there seems to be no scrobbling happening. Tried on Firefox and Chrome.

 
RetypePassword Script's Author
FirefoxX11

'kay. I hacked together a fix. Let me know if it still doesn't work.

 
desplantes User
FirefoxWindows

It works again !!
You're the best.
Thanks.

 
desplantes User
FirefoxWindows

I'm afraid there's a new problem.

Cheers.

 
RetypePassword Script's Author
FirefoxX11

Hey, thanks for the notification. I've updated the script again. Please grab the latest version of the script. Let me know if it still doesn't work.

 
desplantes User
FirefoxWindows

It works again. Great.

Cheers.

 
sksk User
ChromeWindows

it does not scrobble tracks for me.
it shows "Scrobbling now" but then tracks disappear.

 
sksk User
ChromeWindows

seems like the issue was on lastfm side, everything is working fine now.

 
desplantes User
FirefoxWindows

I'm afraid there's a new problem. When you listen to the whole album Bandcamp tells you "No song playing". It only works when you listen track after track.

Cheers.

 
RetypePassword Script's Author
FirefoxX11

Sorry! I had exams and didn't have time to look at any of my scripts. Working on it now.

 
RetypePassword Script's Author
FirefoxX11

Fixed. Let me know if you're still experiencing problems with the script.

 
desplantes User
FirefoxWindows

No problem for the delay :-) Works great. Thanks !!

 
desplantes User
FirefoxWindows

I'm afraid there's a new problem.
Sorry to disturb.
Cheers.

 
RetypePassword Script's Author
FirefoxX11

Thanks for letting me know. Please try the new version of the script and let me know how it works.

 
desplantes User
FirefoxWindows

Yes it works, but I think the real problem comes from the new Greasemonkey 0.9.19.
I had many scripts that didn't work anymore. I reinstalled Greasemonkey 0.9.18 and now they work.
Cheers.

 
tzading User
FirefoxWindows

Using the newest update now (your script & Gresemonkey 0.9.19) and it's not working. Sometimes "Disable Last.fm Support/No Song Playing" are not even appearing. Refreshing helps but it's not recognizing anything playing. Not even the single tracks. Reinstalled everything but it did not work.
Just wanted to let you know.

 
desplantes User
FirefoxWindows

The best for the moment is to reinstall Greasemonkey 0.9.18 :

https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/firefox/addon/gre...

and to disable the automatic update.

Cheers.

 
tzading User
FirefoxWindows

Yeah, right. Works great on 0.9.18. I'm going to use this for the time being. Thanks.

 
RetypePassword Script's Author
OperaX11

My scripts all use setTimeout, which has issues in GM 0.9.19. It's a bug on Greasemonkey's end: https://github.com/greasemonkey/greasemonkey/is...

 
Josh Gunderson Scriptwright
FirefoxWindows

0.9.20 is out: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/...

"A change in 0.9.19 broke setTimeout() for a variety of cases, that has been reverted."

 
raina Scriptwright
ChromeWindows

There's something wrong with the latest version on Chrome. The "Enable last.fm" link barely ever shows up and there's no scrobbling happening. The previous version still works, though.