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Last.fm

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posted this on October 13, 2010 22:54

Last.fm for Front Row provides access to Last.fm radio, artist bios and slideshows on the big screen.

Features

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Now Playing - Shows the track/station that is currently playing.

Radio - Allows access to Last.fm radio stations.

Settings - Setup your Last.fm login, or adjust other settings.

About - Version and license info.

Using Last.fm for Front Row

Starting a Radio Station

Quickly start streaming your favorite Last.fm radio stations.

1. Navigate to the Last.fm Radio menu.

2. You can choose a radio station from the popular tags or popular artists list, access a number of personalized radio stations or search for a tag or artist.

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 3. Once the station is selected playback will begin immediately.

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Options During Playback

During playback you can access the Last.fm options menu by pressing the menu button.

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Love Track - Mark the currently playing track as 'Loved' (added to your Loved list in your Last.fm profile).

Ban Track - Mark the currently playing track as 'Banned' (you will never hear it again).

Start Slideshow - Starts the artist slideshow. Last.fm slideshows are a visually engaging way to enjoy Last.fm.  (note: by default slideshows two minutes after starting a radio station, this can be adjusted through the Settings menu)

Disable/Enable Scrobbling - You can quickly toggle the scrobbling option on or off.

Radio Menu - Takes you to the Radio menu where you can start a different Last.fm station.

Settings Menu

Fine tune your Last.fm settings to fit your needs.

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Login - Displays the currently active Last.fm profile.  You can switch profiles by clicking it.

Logout - Logout of the active Last.fm profile.

Track Info -  Choose whether to display artist/track info during Last.fm radio playback.

Scrobbling - Choose whether to scrobble plays back to your Last.fm profile.

Slideshow Timeout - Set the amount of idle time before Last.fm slideshows begin.

 
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