ZigZagJoe Posted February 13, 2009 Share Posted February 13, 2009 Ummmm ... [don't you like sentences that start with that word???] For lack of any better reason, I was using WinRaR wrong (I'm 51 so excuse me for being used to WinZip lol]. Didn't notice it extracted the entire BIN directory into the Scripts folder. Moved things where they should be and all seems good. I turned on TURBO - to anyone who may be reading this, don't turn on TURBO with Fiddler already running. All kinds of errors happen! When I did it properly (closed and reopened both Fiddler and IE), things just hummed along. I did notice 2 things - first, in the Log, every once in a while I'd see the likes of this (see red area): [log] Second, now in Fiddler, is it ok that now all the audio-sjl-a- ... lines show in the Caching column no-cache, no-store, must-revalidate, ..., and the file size is always 44,405 (altho the MP4s do seem to be fine and named correctly and play OK). I think I need a bigger HD! And once again, thanks ZZJ! no problem! yes, they will all be 44kb in size. that is how turbo mode works - yoink the good mp4 that was downloaded, save it, then replace the data that the browser (and pandora) gets with a blank mp4 file that is only 5 seconds long. thus, it plays a song every 5 seconds. the caching stuff is just fiddler playing it safe. also, HUZZAH! that log finally told me what I wanted to know about an error that popped up from time to time. i've been trying to hunt it down forever; turns out that was part of the code which checked to make sure that data length was valid. but, it had a stupid mistake in the line that would report if something was wrong *doh*. It's nothing harmful, however. I found Pandora's servers from time to time hiccup (it could be caused by fiddler, i don't know) and give an error page, hence the need for code to catch it so we don't save 1kb files. i feel kinda stupid the bug was really harmless this entire time, though. seeing as it is playing fine now, i'm guessing your net framework had a problem reading the resource stream. I'll have to check and make sure that it is not a .net 3 specific thing, as that would be bad for general use (I don't think 3.0 is widely deployed yet) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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