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  1. Jeannette Says:

    Wow, Looks like Halloween and the party were a lot of fun. Happy Birthday Erica!!
    You guys looked great. those jack o lanterns are awesome!!

  2. Jeannette Says:

    WOW. 13 years old. Crazy. Happy Birthday Julianna and good luck Sam and Jason! You are right… Time sure flies.

  3. Jeannette Says:

    Great outfit Jason! Can Dean borrow that???

  4. Jeannette Says:

    AWESOME!! Good job Sam and Julianna!

  5. AWD_Guy Says:

    Great news. Many of us have been looking for a fix for this glaring Apple oversight for ages.

    For us non-programmers, would you care to share the application?

    Was the result that your art was added to the Library and as artwork.jpg and AlbumArtSmall.jpg, embedded in the tags, or both?

    Hopefully it did not embed it in the tags. With a large collection, that adds significantly to storage.

  6. Peter Kelley Says:

    Is the API documented anywhere? I have a whole bunch of tracks that have changed file location that I don’t want to lose the ratings and playlist information for. I need to put the library XML information back into the library.

  7. Jason Diller’s Blog » Blog Archive » Open Source: Don’t just be a taker. Says:

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  8. Benjamin Law Says:

    hi, as you mentioned that Basic auth are also include the function for report spam.

    But I can’t find the ReportSpam() when I use AuthenticateAs().

    Cna you provide some example for Basic Auth please? Thanks

  9. Benjamin Law Says:

    oops, sorry I was download the Preview 15. I got it now in Perview 16. Thanks

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  13. Tamlin Says:

    From an even lazier programmer than you, thanks heaps.
    The folder.jpg -> iTunes artwork script was exactly what I was looking for.

    Cheers & Beers

  14. ta Says:

    Thanks for the code example.
    Do you also know, hot to grab a Cover from the iTues Music Store or Amazon Store?
    I ripped some Compilation Discs and i want a different cover for all the music stuff.

    Best regards, Ta

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  19. Heds Says:

    It helps me!

    I’d already found that the syntax had to change when updating the assigned_to field (you have to add it as a value, rather than as the attribute you get back, and it has to be the id of the user, not the name).

    I agree with your comments that it’s not RESTful, I really wish there was some consistency to it, the content-type issue tripped me at first, too.

    Anyway, thanks dude. :)

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