GPMDP-Plugin - A rainmeter plugin that adds support for the music info and playback controls from Google Play Music Desktop Player

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A rainmeter plugin that adds support for the music info and playback controls from Google Play Music Desktop Player. Included in this repo is an example skin that shows how to use every measure and bang as well as a more fleshed out skin to show the possibilities of this plugin. Note: GPMDP currently has a bug with position being incorrectly reported to anything using its WebSocket API. If it is not fixed soon I will submit a patch myself. Feature complete - Focus is now on bug fixes and other small improvements. Focus has shifted to WebNowPlaying and a unified NowPlaying plugin.

https://github.com/tjhrulz/GPMDP-Plugin

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