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Spotify client on Linux (but it's quite likely that the same problem occurs on Windows and Mac as well) doesn't seem to be able to scrobble to Last.FM when the computer is behind an HTTP proxy, even using the latest Linux release of the client (uploaded on 20th of May to the Arch Linux AUR repository). I have noticed the problem on multiple machines.
How to reproduce it:
- Set up "Scrobble to Last.FM" from preferences
- Set up the proxy settings always in the preferences
- Start playing some music
I get the error "Unable to contact server (Error 301), x tracks queued" and nothing is scrobbled then. It seems that the proxy settings are just ignored by the scrobbling logic.
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