Spotify DLL

Published  Nov 08, 2011
Updated  Jan 22, 2012

Description

Returns the currently playing song in Spotify, and more.
-Returns the artist with track
-Returns the artist
-Returns the track

1/22/12 Update:
-Returns Artist and Track separately.

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Filename
Size
Date
Downloads
  spotify2.zip
47.87 KB
Jan 22, 2012
1,066

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Xzempt   -  Jun 13, 2013
Is there a way for you to make this dll check to see when a song ends and return some data to mirc or something, that way the dll could fire song_ended or something like that so that you don't have to rely on a timer to echo the song data, would be awesome to be able to get track http url as well
Xzempt  -  Aug 24, 2013
Guess not, lol
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Soul_Eater   -  Jan 22, 2012
@Abcdefmonkey

Wish granted.
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Abcdefmonkey   -  Dec 23, 2011
Is there a way to manipulate this DLL to split the artist from the track name? In order to make a nice alias with it at least? :o
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Soul_Eater   -  Dec 19, 2011
If that tab has a Spotify website open in it, that would be the problem.
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setsukun   -  Dec 12, 2011
This just returns my current Firefox window/tab. :/
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DEATHJ0KER   -  Nov 11, 2011
as usual is my mistake, it works correctly but not to my nation ...LoL

What countries is Spotify available in?
Spotify is currently available in Sweden, Norway, Finland, the UK, the US, France, Spain and the Netherlands. We hope to launch in more countries in the future. You can use Spotify Premium in all countries, however you can only buy premium and sign up in our launch countries.
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DEATHJ0KER   -  Nov 11, 2011
The file is downloaded correctly in all versions .zip (rar) and .zip (zip)
access to the file depends on the compressor that the user uses...

Soul_Eater returns only this information
SP_TRUE Spotify is open

I would understand if it depends on my system or by incorrect syntax in my code :)
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Soul_Eater   -  Nov 10, 2011
I have re-uploaded the file (disappointed that I just lost my download count) as what should now be a functioning .zip file. If someone could confirm, I would appreciate that.

@DeathJ0ker - I am unfamiliar with your identifiers. I would say play with it.
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DEATHJ0KER   -  Nov 10, 2011
excuse the ignorance but I can invoke the dll in this way?

%x = $dcx(OpenDialog,showhidden filemustexist $chr(9) $mircdir*.avi $chr(9) All Files (*.*)|*.*|Music Files|*.mp3;*.wav;*.ogg;*.mid|Multimedia Files|*.avi;*.wmv;*.mpg;*.flv;*.mp3;*.wav;*.ogg)
etc.

if ($xdid($1,1).isloaded) { //echo -a $dll(spotify.dll,Playing,.) }
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Aha2Y   -  Nov 10, 2011
THIS IS WHAT I WAS WAITING FOR!!!
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jaytea   -  Nov 10, 2011
it's a RAR file with a .zip extension. here's a zip version in case anyone doesn't have WinRAR.
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Soul_Eater   -  Nov 09, 2011
@Jaytea - Hi.
@SReject - I just downloaded the file, opened and extracted with zero problems using WinRar.
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SReject   -  Nov 09, 2011
"invalid compressed file"
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jaytea   -  Nov 08, 2011
well this is an unexpected blast from the past. hi soul_eater ;)
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