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iTunes Connection Monitor widget allows you to see who is connected to your iTunes shared library and which songs are being listened to.

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Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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DingoRasputin Member IconComment+0
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Doesn't work with 10.4.7

At least not on my mac mini. Wish it did work.

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Version 1.6
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neuro7
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Not working since the update to Mac OS X 10.4.7!!

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Version 1.6
lnr1 Member IconComment+33
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Got it working sweet. However, would be better if it came up with the computer name...that should be possible considering it supplies oyu an IP address.

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Version 1.6
lnr1 Member IconComment+33
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Sweet Program. Shows me who is connected. However, it does show up which song they are listening to.

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Version 1.6
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Ok, I've yet to have the song side die on me, but here's my fix for the front. Go into your Library -> Widgets directory and then CTRL click on the widget and select "Show Package Contents". Open itunes.js in a text editor and go to line 72 in the file. Remove the lines below that are preceded by a minus (-) and replace them with the lines preceded by a (+). So, just to be clear, the plus (+) indicates the line, it is not to be included in your replacement. If the author doesn't show himself in a week or so, I'll add my fix to the widget, increment the version and release it elsewhere until the author shows.


--- iTCM-1.5.wdgt/itcm.js 2005-09-08 13:21:07.000000000 -0400
+++ /Users/saadiq/Library/Widgets/iTCM-1.5.wdgt/itcm.js 2005-10-10 15:05:42.000000000 -0400
@@ -72,8 +72,9 @@
var syscall = widget.system("lsof -b -F -itcp:daap | grep 'daap->'", null);
if(syscall.outputString !== undefined) {
// process netstat return info
- var regex1 = /[\d]{1,3}\.[\d]{1,3}\.[\d]{1,3}\.[\d]{1,3}/g;
- var ipArray = syscall.outputString.match(regex1);
+ syscall.outputString = syscall.outputString.replace(/\S*->/g, ' ');
+ syscall.outputString = syscall.outputString.replace(/:\S+/g, ' ');
+ var ipArray = syscall.outputString.match(/\S+/g);
ipArray = ipArray.sort()

// clean duplicates, empties, and localhost entries

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Version 1.5
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Anonymous
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This is enormously helpful. Thank you *very* much!!

(One quick correction: you named "itunes.js" as the file to edit, but you must mean "itcm.js".)

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Anonymous
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Damn. Right you are. itcm.js

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Anonymous
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Very strange. Until now, the widget at least could show me what track a connected user was playing, but suddenly I can't get the widget to show me the other side any more. And no I haven't updated my iTunes to v6 -- my system is the same as it was yesterday. If this thing would only work, it would be great!

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Version 1.5
saadiq Member IconComment+0
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I was having the same problems you guys mention. It wasn't displaying anything other that "Searching" for the user list. I went into the widget and fixed it for me. I sent the author a copy of my change yesterday. I had a little trouble with the first email address so I can only hope he got it on the other one I found. I guess if he doesn't update it in a day or so, I could make the fix available.

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Version 1.5
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Anonymous
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Please post it somewhere! It will be great to have.

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Anonymous
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Please post how you configured the widget. I can't change anything on it, and all I have is the same "searching" message.

edizquierdo Member IconComment+0
edizquierdo
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this widget could be great but does not work on my dual 2.5 G5 with osx 10.4.2 and iTunes 5.0.1. it does not display connected users at all when there are. can anybody help get this working?

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Version 1.5
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Anonymous
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Love this one. It used to work perfectly (a little slow, but I could live with that), but since dark gray iTunes (I think) it never reports any connected users. Itunes (in its pref's) says that there are, and I can hear there are, but the monitor doesn't get it. Differently from the ones below, I do get pass the search-phase.

The widget do look cute, so it stays on my dashboard. A fix would be appreciated though :)

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Version 1.5
Squareroot4u2 Member IconComment+0
Squareroot4u2
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I have experienced the same problem. When nobody is connected, it says so but when ppl are connected it just says searching...
I am using iTunes 5.0 on a G5 iMac

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Version 1.5
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Downloads 8,521
Version Downloads 5,252
License Free
Date 05 Dec 2006
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free
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