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Use 'Now Playing' to create graphical iTunes web tags
Authored by: seven5 on Feb 25, '04 11:21:13AM

Also check out Recent Tunes: http://www.freshlysqueezedsoftware.com/products/freeware/

I prefer Recent Tunes over kung tunes for a lot of reasons. I got sick of kung tunes being an actual app with a gui, and being in my dock. This is something that really needs to just be a background process. Also, kung tunes uses applescript and is dog slow. And recently it has seemed to get even slower at creating the file to upload. I was begging for a new app and Freshly Squeezed Software filled the request...

Check it out. i love it.



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Use 'Now Playing' to create graphical iTunes web tags
Authored by: KRC on Feb 26, '04 06:07:00PM

In regards to Recent Tunes, I tried it just a minute ago ... it was a little weird; It took me a minute to realize it was a taskbar app instead of something that sits in my dock. When I tried it, I got no output, but then I realized I had to code up a template first, as mentioned in the readme file (maybe I should learn to RTFM before trying something out), and I didn't had time to do that ... well ... not now, maybe later. It does come in handy though for text-only sort of stuff which I could use in PHP, SSI, Perl, or whatever ... but for images, I'll stick with Now Playing. Thanks for the heads-up, though. I'm sure it'll come in handy. :)



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