Search Lyrictracker
Search Lyrictracker
1.2

5.0

Search Lyrictracker free download for Mac

Search Lyrictracker

1.2
06 November 2004

Applescript iTunes plug-in.

Overview

Search Lyrictracker is a plug-in for iTunes based on Applescript. It queries the Lyrictracker database for the lyrics of the song currently being played (or of a selected song if iTunes is not playing) and it displays the results as a Web page in Safari.

What's new in Search Lyrictracker

Version 1.2:
  • Added the "Search Lyrictracker by Artist" to query for all lyrics of a selected artist.
  • Minor improvements in the text of the dialog boxes.
  • Fixed some language errors in the Readme document (thanks to those flagging them)

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4 Search Lyrictracker Reviews

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Anonymous
29 July 2004

Most helpful

Awesome! Now if only we could copy those Lyrics into the song ;-)
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
04 August 2004
not all the lyrics will paste inside the comments box, least not last time I tried it.
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Version 1.1
1 answer(s)
Germano60
Germano60
05 August 2004
Please take into account that lyrics should appear (when found) in a Safari window and not inside a comment box - the application is not supposed to do that.
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Version 1.1.1
Germano60
30 July 2004
Comment posted by the Author of this software: Jon Nathan, I was not aware at all of the existance of your script (and also of your web site). I discover it right now by reading your comment. Please don't feel "copied" or abused, because this is not the case. If I were aware of your script, I'd had spared my time instead of dedicate it to this development, don't you think so? (7/30/2004, Version: 1.0)
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Version 1.0
Jon Nathan
29 July 2004
Another near verbatim lift of a script I wrote and posted: http://homepage.mac.com/jonn8/as/html/Search_for_Lyrics.html Just a little credit would be nice.
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Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
Grigio1960
Grigio1960
30 July 2004
Comment posted by the Author of this software: I was not aware at all of the existance of your script. I discover it right now by reading your comment. If I were aware of your script, I'd had spared my time instead of dedicate it to this development, don't you think so?
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
03 August 2004
Too bad you didn't patent it, all those billions of dollars in shareware registrations could be yours! Oh wait! It's free! Simple ideas are often replicated.
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Version 1.0.2
Schwa
Schwa
04 August 2004
Your allegation might have a little merit if the functionality of this script weren't so blindingly obvious. I might add that this script does the same as yours in about 1/2 the code.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
29 July 2004
Awesome! Now if only we could copy those Lyrics into the song ;-)
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Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
29 July 2004
Sort of.. In iTunes, you can put a PDF in the track's image box, so... for example: copy lyrics, paste in TextEdit, print as pdf, drag the PDF file in the image box. Not so elegant, but it works.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
02 August 2004
Well, you could just paste the lyrics into the Comments box...
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Version 1.0.2
Anonymous
Anonymous
31 March 2005
Anyone feel like adding a few extra features to one of these scripts? If not, I'll probably roll my own. I'm thinking it would be good to take the lyrics, convert them to pdf, and add the pdf to the album art. This should work well until Apple includes support for the Lyrics tag in iTunes.
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Version 1.2