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Applet compels you to rate unrated current track

This stay-open applet watches your playing tracks and when an un-rated track starts playing displays a window with a demand it be rated.
While you could easily rate the current track from the iTunes icon in the Dock, this script interrupts you and compels you to do so.

You may prefer the more modern Rating Notify.

Action shot:

Rate Me! Rate Me! in action

This window will pop up when a new song begins playing.

Latest version:

  • July 24, 2012

Further:

Info:

  • This is an Applet
  • file format: Cocoa-AppleScript (Applet)
  • Gatekeeper Security: Authorized Apple Developer ID
  • current version downloads: 1430 | total downloads: 9470
  • .zip download size: 413.6K
  • older PPC/universal version: direct download
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Current v4.2

Free to use, but a payment
in appreciation is requested. Thanks!

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