Author Topic: Love / Ban  (Read 3272 times)

DELTA-GREEN

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Yeah so... when you right-click on a song and hover over rating there are love/ban options in addition to the star-ratings. What does this do? I set a couple songs to love and noticed a quick refresh on the music list, but no other changes as far as I can tell. Doesn't even seem to give it any special status in the Top Rated smart-list.

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Love/Ban is a feature specific to last.fm.  If you're not logged in to last.fm you can use it for your own purposes, though.
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DELTA-GREEN

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Love/Ban is a feature specific to last.fm.  If you're not logged in to last.fm you can use it for your own purposes, though.
Oh okay.

Well, since I'm not logged into last.fm, what is it actually doing when I click on it? And does whatever it's doing require a persistent internet connection?

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Well, since I'm not logged into last.fm, what is it actually doing when I click on it? And does whatever it's doing require a persistent internet connection?

The data is just saved to the MB database, and shouldn't require an internet connection.  (It might try to make a connection to reach last.fm, though.)
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