iTunesSnarl 1.1 is out!

September 4th, 2008

Alright, I give up! Until someone explains to me, how to save the image, which that *beep*-ing iTunes Visual SDK function PlayerGetCurrentTrackCoverArt is supposed to return, this will remain a minor update:

Version 1.1, released 2008/09/04

  • The current song’s title is now displayed in the title of the snarl window.
  • The snarl window now also lists the artist’s album title (most of the time….don’t know why it bails out sometimes).
  • Removed Snarl_CMD.exe and any dependencies to it.
  • Plugin now registers with Snarl and popups can be disabled via Snarl.

I wish I could tell you that now the album cover is also displayed in the Snarl window, but as I said above, that proofs to be a little more difficult than expected. Any help is appreciated!

The installer can be downloaded here.

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5 Responses to “iTunesSnarl 1.1 is out!”

[...] iTunesSnarl 1.1 is out! [...]

Maybe you should mention that you can not only disable registered alerts but also choose another style – which is for me the greater value as I have so many different for different alerts so I can see with on eye what is going on :)

Thanks for the new version and many luck with the cover art – I’ve got a similar problem with MirandaSnarl right now…

Is the source of iTunesSnarl available anywhere? It would probably be easier to fix some of those bugs if it were open source. I went looking for it because I noticed the album title doesn’t always show up (which you’ve noted above), and wanted to see if I could fix it.

Hi Zach,

I made a project on Google Code, which you can pull the source from now. Let me know, if you encounter any problems!

A minute saved is a minute eanerd, and this saved hours!

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