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Favorite collections larger than 30000 songs? #66

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scottiejibbs opened this Issue Nov 17, 2015 · 4 comments

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scottiejibbs commented Nov 17, 2015

First - thank you so much for this extension. I'm one of the long time rdio users scrambling to export their collection :) I notice the update to handle collections over 15k. In my case, it appears my collection exceeds 30k songs. I see the notification, roughly "large collection, will export multiple csv files", but it seems to stop after exporting two 15k song csv files. Is this a known limitation of the extension, or of the api? Should it in theory work for collections over 30k? Thanks so much!!

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edsu commented Nov 17, 2015

My collections.csv seems to cap out at 15k w/ v2.9, even though I can see more listed in the browser. I would really appreciate being able to increase this if it's easy.

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matt-h commented Nov 17, 2015

I fixed a bug here that was causing it to stop after 2 csv files.

I also added an input box so you can put the number to start on, such as 15000 or 30000 which will start a new export on that number in case something bugs out in the API from too many requests at once.

This will be up in version 2.10.1 which should be available as soon as it goes through publication by Google.

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scottiejibbs commented Nov 17, 2015

Matt -- you are awesome!! Thank you so much for the update!!

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edsu commented Nov 17, 2015

Thanks!

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