treponem wrote:Nope, not here. I had to set Win to US to get beyond the validDate error. After changing "Library" to "Mediathek" in registry, one-way sync from MM to itunes worked but no files were updated, they were added everytime; no playlists synced.
So I set itunes to US (Mediathek->Library...) and the plugin worked without errors. I set MM also to US just to be sure.
treponem wrote:Thanks, everything's working great here. The Validdate bug still persists, but I set to US for syncing.
I only have big problems with my ipod now, I think the multiple genres result in over 14.000 single genres on the ipod so that it doesn't boot up any more... Else it's broken
gvala wrote:Congratulations Mark for this awesome plugin.
Unfortunately I have a small problem and a big one that makes the plugin useless for me.
First of all I would like to mention that I use the plugin in two different configurations, one at the office (as a test environment) and one at home.
At the office I run WinXP and the latest iTunes and at home Windows 7 x64 and the latest iTunes. At both environments I installed the latest plugin version with the same settings.
The small problem appears in both computers and it has to do with playlist sync, when I change the song sequence. The changes I make in MM don't get transfered in iTunes.
The second, and more serious one, appears at home. When I sync with iTunes, ratings and play-count that have changed in iTunes don't get transfered in MM. Of course the previous mentioned problem exists. Also, when I close MM, iTunes doesn't close
I don't know if this problem has something to do with the fact that the OS is 64 bit, but I don't believe so.
Any help appreciated
Thanks a lot
First. As a performance optimisation the plugin will only update a playlist if the lengths in iTunes and MM are different. Consequently simply re-ordering the tracks will not trigger an update as the length remains the same. The simple work around to this is to delete a track off the playlist in iTunes and then re-sync. This will force an update.
Second part a. Are you using the Auto-sync mechanism to update iTunes? This is the only way that playcounts and ratings are synchronised. Adhoc right-click 'synchronise' does not do this.
Second part b. Have you got the 'Launch iTunes Automatically' switch on?
I test using Windows 7 and XP 32 bit. I know of other users that have 64 bit and operate successfully.
I hope these comments help.
gvala wrote:Debug log:
After that I changed Local Settings into English(United States) (I use Greek).
And it worked!
To try it a bit further, I re-changed Local Settings back to Greek. And it still works fine!
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