(2012-09-18 21:18)billchase2 Wrote:
(2012-09-14 17:03)Nicho75 Wrote: > If you are using OSX 10.5 or below, try upgrading to at least 10.6.x. The underlying libspotify library seems to require 10.6+.
I didn't know this was possible on the ATV 1? I use ATV Flash on it. Is there an older version of the spotify library that might still work?
Wondering the same thing...
You are right, OSX versions 10.6 and above probably won't fit well on the ATV1 (the major limitation should be RAM, since it has only 256M), sorry. Anyway you could try as @Patrics83 suggested, switching to Openelec ATV1 builds.
Regarding to the switch to older libspotify versions, it's true that libspotify was compatible with OSX versions as old as 10.4, but they dropped support for them long time ago, and the protocol version they are able to speak is potentially unsupported by the spotify service.
(2012-09-16 20:12)wam247 Wrote: Hey guys - brand new XBMCer. Just set up Eden on Acer Revo running Windows 7. I just Installed Spotimc, works/looks great.
The only issue is that I have trouble navigating the playlist tab with my keyboard. As I scroll down through my playlists, it resets and sends me back to the top of the list. Not sure if this is due to a glitch in the plug-in or what...
Great work, let us know when a stable build is out!
This issue is fixed and will go on the next beta that is going to be released soon.
(2012-09-18 07:55)Tolriq Wrote:
Quote:Mmm, will have to look if it's related to local proxy server issues.
BTW, I'm totally unaware of how XBMC and remotes talk each other, so how do you get back the provided image? XBMC sends back a full path (presumably the full url of the image), or you get the cached image's id that can be fetched later by querying a specific json method?
The way to get images is different in Eden and Frodo.
In Eden the thumbnail should contain the local cache value like special://....... that remote then get from vfs who permit direct access to this.
In Frodo they now use a special image:// handler that will check the thumb database to send the corresponding cached image.
Thanks for the explanation!