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Default [Q] Zooper thumbs up/down in Pandora

I have been trying to find out how to create the commands for the song voting buttons in Pandora. Right now I am stuck with Pause, Play and Next. I would love to be able to add buttons/commands for the voting. Any info?
 
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I have been trying to find out how to create the commands for the song voting buttons in Pandora. Right now I am stuck with Pause, Play and Next. I would love to be able to add buttons/commands for the voting. Any info?
You could always use the shell execute command with wget to send a signal/post straight to the pandora website. Or if you could have it somehow talk to the pandora app with a signal/shortcut.
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Good suggestions. I will look into them. Thanks.
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