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Hi ColdFusion,

Sorry, i have no specific comments, suggestions or

bug reports to make but i do have some feedback to

share, nonetheless. I downloaded those two files:

http://superb-west.dl.sourceforge.net/sour....beta.7.4.0.zip (3953119 Bytes)

http://superb-east.dl.sourceforge.net/sour...F6.jar.only.zip (144521 Bytes)

Then i extracted 'pandora.beta.7.4.0.zip' to a new

(fresh) 'pandora.beta.7.4.0' directory, unzipped

'pandora.7.4.0.CF6.jar.only.zip' and overwrote the

'default.properties'. I also edited 'pandora.bat'

as shown here to compensate for the Flash v9 trap:

@echo off

If () == (%1) start javaw -jar pandora.jar 8085

If Not () == (%1) start javaw -jar pandora.jar %1

C:

CD 

CD "Program Files"

CD "Mozilla Firefox"

Echo.

Echo Ready to load `FireFox + Pandora'!

Echo.

Echo Press [Ctrl]+[C] to abort...

Pause

If () == (%1) start firefox http://www.pandora.com/

If Not () == (%1) start firefox http://www.pandora.com/

Echo.

Echo.

Echo Ready to load `FireFox + Pandora's Jar'!

Echo.

Echo Press [Ctrl]+[C] to abort...

Pause

If () == (%1) start firefox http://localhost:8085

If Not () == (%1) start firefox http://localhost:%1

The execution of 'pandora.bat' opens the Pandora's

Jar JAVA applet, pressing [Enter] starts a regular

Pandora player in FireFox and the second tap opens

Pandora's Jar HTML interface. At first, Pandora's

Jar displays "Waiting (capture results)."/"Waiting

(last.fm)." but it will change to "MP3 ripping set

to manual - Click the [Grab It] button..." after a

while... Two tests out of three worked: i played

the song from the http://www.pandora.com/ page and

capture it from the http://localhost:8085/ one. I

verified the MP3 fields using WinAmp and the Title

and Artist information was OKay, the Comment field

would still read as "ripped by [PaNDoRas jAR] your

source for listening pleasure", though. Any saved

item could be found in a sub-directory similar to:

mp3UNKNOWN STATION{The band's name}{The album's name}

Strangely enough, the genuine Pandora player won't

complain about the Flash version while it says "In

order to use Pandora, we request...", etc. when it

connects via the Pandora's Jar JAVA applet page...

The "Waiting..." messages which are shown before i

can try the [Grab It] button now last forever, the

3rd experiment was my last and cleaning up the tmp

directory didn't fix it. That's all the feed-back

i got. This was a nice experiment, in any case!!!

:wink:

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the Comment field

would still read as "ripped by [PaNDoRas jAR] your

source for listening pleasure", though. Any saved

item could be found in a sub-directory similar to:

mp3UNKNOWN STATION{The band's name}{The album's name}

What are you trying to say? what's the problem with the comment?

Strangely enough, the genuine Pandora player won't

complain about the Flash version while it says "In

order to use Pandora, we request...", etc. when it

connects via the Pandora's Jar JAVA applet page...

That's not strange at all. pandora requests a flash upgrade only if it's not running in the topmost frame.

The "Waiting..." messages which are shown before i

can try the [Grab It] button now last forever, the

3rd experiment was my last and cleaning up the tmp

directory didn't fix it. That's all the feed-back

i got.

Which "waiting" messages? there are two that I can think of, one relates to the file not being fully downloaded, the other to not having pandora's jar loaded before pandora.com.

I suggest using one of the following solutions:

1) the greasemonkey solution.

2) the new solution by Razor512.

(http://www.hak5.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=55620#55620)

3) the noscript solution.

the "open in a new tab" seems to stop working after a refresh, or after a few songs, I don't know, haven't tried it much.

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Hi ColdFusion,

I'm stating a fact in my remark about your Comment

field, no more no less. About the Razor512 patch,

i must write that it works with no genuine Pandora

window at all now that i edited (in Unix style) my

'pluginreg.dat' file: e.g. LFs instead of CR-LFs;

at least until the page refreshes, after 30 songs.

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I get this error code:

MP3 tagged and saved:

G:pandoramp3UNKNOWN STATIONR.E.M. - Nightswimming.mp3HTTP/1.0 500 Internal server.Server Error Date: Thu Jan 18 11:41:45 CET 2007 Content-Type: text/html Cache-Control: no-cache, no-store, must-revalidate, max-age=-1 server.Server: Pandora's Jar Connection: close unable to rip MP3 null

Although it says "unable to rip" the file is saved. But why it still don't get the station name? I thought since CF6 it would work?

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Hi ColdFusion,

I've given CF7 a try. The Track #, Title, Artist,

Album, Year and Genre fields are perfect including

the Comment one (i edited comment.override.enabled

and comment.override.text in 'default.properties')

when the "band bio" item is supported thru Last.FM

and CDDB, apparently... Now i can be a pig eating

like a gourmet! I'm sorry to only offer feedback.

:!:

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