Sorry you are having problems with my script.
I have not tested it on iTunes 9.0.2, but it has been tested on 9.0.1. I have not tested it under Snow Leopard.
Also, I am running the clip firmware v10.10.20, not “v2” as you are.
However, with all those differences, I still wonder about the format of the files in your playlist. Currently the firmware v2 supports MP3, WAV, OGG-Vorbis, FLAC, and possibly others of which I’m not aware; I have not exhaustively researched what formats the latest firmware supports.
To cause my script to prompt you with the 'format not supported" message, it should be detecting a format not supported by the Clip.
So, two things:
- I recently (dec 16) uploaded a new version of my script. If you don’t have that version, you should probably start there.
- How are you determining the format of the files in your playlist? Just by the extension you see in the actual folders of song files? If so, double-check the format by using iTunes Get Info on the songs. Under the Summary tab, look at Kind. Are they a “Kind” the Clip supports?
It’s unlikely my new version will make a difference, because I have changed the format detection code minimally since the previous versions.
So, I apologize for questioning what exactly is going on with your case, but we need to start with my suggestions 1 and 2 above. I recently emailed previous users (donaters whose email I know) about the latest version, and no complaints.
If I do have a problem, I want to know about it so that I can correct it, so hopefully you will get back to me. It’s best at this point to move off the forum and email me directly at the email I provide in my download Readme file.
I’ll wait to hear from you.