How are Top 100 Albums Determined
#1
What is the criteria used to determine which albums end up in the Top 100 Albums? It seems that some stuff I listen to often isn't finding it's way into this list. Just wondering how it works...
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#2
I am also wondering how this works. I am using xbmc for some weeks now, having listened to one album completely, to several albums partly and most of the time I listened to "party mode".
Only the album that I completely listened to appears in the top100 list.

I would expect to appear every album, that was listened at least partially (more than one song). Is that configurable for this playlist?
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#3
On the wiki, its states that you can use a percentage in advancedsettings.xml to change the behavior:

Quote: <!-- Minimum percentage that has to be played before it is considered for incrementing in the Top 100 database view, or for last.fm submittal -->
<playcountminimumpercent>99</playcountminimumpercent>

so change it 30 percent or something if you want it trigger after only a couple tracks.

edit: actually that might only apply to individual tracks........... not sure on this.
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#4
Thank you helta. I have not known about this.

Unfortunately this seems not to help.
I changed the value to 15 (percent), rebooted and played 3 tracks on an (11 track) album.
The album won't appear in the Top100 album list...
Any other ideas?
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#5
So I just did a little playing around, and the only way I can trigger it is to listen to all the songs on a particular album.

Which I guess makes sense, because if you don't listen to the whole album, then you are just listening to individual tracks......
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