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Rate iTunes songs on a wider scale
Authored by: Eravau on Feb 01, '05 05:42:37PM

Sorry about the munging of the intro paragraph above. It should read:

I've been using the following script for a year or two. I have it saved as an application and have a keyboard shortcut assigned to it so that I can pop up the rating dialog no matter what application I'm in at the moment. It's similar to the above, but with a few additional features. My rating dialog box shows the artist and song title. It refereces the track being modified by ID rather than "current track" when doing the modifications in case the next track starts playing (thus changing the "current track") while you're still deciding what to rate the intended one. Lastly, if you rate the track 10 or less it automatically deactivates that track (unchecks it) and moves the play head position to one second from the end of the track. I did this mostly because I assume that if I (or you) would rate something that low, you probably don't really want to hear it again. Feel free to modify to taste.



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