I have on more than one occasion accidentally cleared the "Start Weekend" (rather than clicking ok) and then it doesn't come back for the rest of the weekend. How can it be re-engaged when cleared?
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I am also receiving the payment error message as well. I am trying to make the move from free to premium and was planning on paying for a year. I am entering the correct info and have even tried using another card but i keep getting the same error message. Please help as I am trying to be a paying customer
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Me too! Seems like it’s been happening for about a month…? It’s driving me batty. I have tried all the ‘on/off’, ‘disable/restart/re-enable’, hard reset, etc. Tried creating new shortcuts. Siri keeps asking ‘do you want to play it using Pandora?’ (Which is annoying on its own - of course I do, that is why I asked!) But then, when I say ‘yes’, I get ‘you’ll have to unlock your iPhone first’. Please fix! Thank you. iPhone XR, iOS 14.6 Verizon Pandora 2105.1
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Hi @Yinzer82! Thanks for posting your experience.
I checked the Pandora account associated with your community profile and it looks like the Pandora Plus subscription ended on 6/16/2021 through Google Play.
If you've resubscribed through Google Play since then and you're not seeing your subscription, let's try the following steps:
Open the Pandora App on the Android device you used to upgrade, and log into the desired Pandora account.
From My Collection, go to the Profile tab in the bottom navigation bar.
Select Upgrade in the top left corner.
Finally, select Retrieve your subscription.
This should reapply your subscription to your account for you.
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Hi @tiffsaun! No problem!
I've gone ahead and removed all the devices associated with your Pandora account. This will automatically sign you out everywhere including any devices you currently have, so you will need to sign back in once this change takes effect. Please be patient as this may not happen instantaneously.
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Hi Adam, Yes I know how to find out what song is playing like you describes but that isn't my problem. I want to be able to find that song in the actual playlist. Because we don't have any sorting features available to us I have to manually move songs around in my playlist to balance it out. To do that I have to actually click on that song in my list and drag it to a more favourable place in the list. So I really require a more accurate way to pin point the actual song in a list other than just trying to find the squiggly indicator lines next to the song.
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Good Monday afternoon, today I will be adding four songs from two different playlists, the first playlist is called Summer Radio by @Pandora song of choice "Come and Get Your Love (Single Version) by Redbone. The second playlist is called Cancer SZN, this one is also by@Pandora, three songs will be added from this playlist. 1) Crash and Burn by Lindemann. 2)Summertime Sadness by Lana Del Rey. 3)Temporary by Lauren Jauregui. I will also add the fifth and final song for today's GSOTD. Enjoy the music, and have a great Monday. Pop-rock//Swamp-pop//Funk-rock: Come and Get Your Love (Single Version) by Redbone. Come and Get Your Love (Single Version) "Come and Get Your Love" is a song by rock band Redbone. The song was originally released as a promo track under the name "Hail" and was later featured on the album Wovoka, under its current name. The song was released as the album's first single the following year. Written and produced by band members Pat and Lolly Vegas, it is one of the band's most successful singles. It made them the first Native American band to reach the top five on the Billboard Hot 100 reaching number 5. Pop//Pop-punk: Crash and Burn by Margaret Elizabeth "Maggie" Lindemann. Crash and Burn Margaret Elizabeth "Maggie" Lindemann is an American singer-songwriter. She is best known for her 2016 breakout single "Pretty Girl", which peaked at number 4 in Sweden, number 6 in Ireland, and number 8 in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. Pop//Trip-hop: Summertime Sadness by Lana Del Rey. Summertime Sadness "Summertime Sadness" is a song by American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey from her second studio album, Born to Die. The pop ballad was released on June 22, 2012, by Interscope Records as the fourth single of the album. Charting across Europe, the single reached the top ten in Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Luxembourg, and Switzerland. In the spring of 2013, "Summertime Sadness" reached number one in Poland, Ukraine, and Armenia. English-Spanish ballad//Singer-songwriter: Temporary by Lauren Jauregui. Temporary This is a new song which is sung by famous singer Lauren Jauregui. This song was released on 30 April 2021. Folk-rock//Pop: Who Will Save Your Soul by Jewel. Who Will Save Your Soul "Who Will Save Your Soul" is a song written and sung by Jewel. It was the first song released from her first album, Pieces of You, and became a hit in North America and Australasia, peaking at number seven in Canada, number 11 in the United States, number 14 in New Zealand, and number 27 in Australia. It was also moderately successful in the United Kingdom, reaching number 52 on the UK Singles Chart. Until sometime tomorrow, take care and stay safe.
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Hi Adam. Thank you so much for the very quick response. I think I understand all you wrote. I'd like to ask a couple of questions. 1-As a "plus" customer, how many complimentary 'Artist Only" sessions am I entitled to, even though they have a time limit attached to them before I am reverted back to 'plus' status? 2-If I were a "premium' customer, would I be able to listen in 'artist only' mode for as long and as often as I wished, or would there still be time restrictions? Thanks 🙂
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Good Monday afternoon, This Day In The History Of Music. 1868: Wagner's opera "Meistersinger von Nürnberg" premieres in Munich. 1948: Columbia Records launched a new vinyl disc that played at thirty-three and one-third RPM in New York City, sparking a music-industry standard so strong that the digital age has yet to kill it. 1951: "17" opens at Broadhurst Theater NYC for 180 performances. 1955: Johnny Cash debuts the Top 10 country song "Cry! Cry! Cry!". 1963: The Rolling Stones played at Ricky Tick Club, Star and Garter Hotel, Windsor, Berks. The influential 1960s rhythm & blues club in Windsor, Berkshire, was the host to many important acts such as The Stones, The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, and Cream. 1966: Reg Calvert the manager of The Fortunes, Screaming Lord Sutch, and the owner of the offshore pirate radio station Radio City was shot dead by business rival William Smedley during a confrontation. Smedley was the owner of pirate station Radio Caroline and was later cleared of the murder. 1966: Working at Abbey Road studios in London, The Beatles recorded from start to finish, a new John Lennon song ‘She Said She Said’. The song was reportedly based on a bizarre conversation that Lennon had with Peter Fonda while John and George Harrison were tripping on LSD. 1966: Jimmy Page made his live debut with The Yardbirds at The Marquee Club London. 1966: After a North American tour The Rolling Stones sued 14 hotels over a booking ban in New York, claiming that the ban was violating civil rights laws. 1966: Tom Jones needed 14 stitches in his forehead after his Jaguar was involved in a car crash in Marble Arch, London. 1968: Pink Floyd played two shows in one day: the first at the Commemoration Ball, Balliol College, Oxford, and then at Middle Earth Club, Covent Garden, London. The club was notable for several drug raids by the police, during which underage revelers were arrested; on one occasion a machine called the 'Trip Machine' was dismantled and taken away by the police. 1969: Dmitri Shostakovich's 14th Symphony premieres in Moscow. 1969: Zager & Evans release "In the Year 2525". 1971: 50,000 attend Celebration of Life, rock concert, McCrea Louisiana. 1972: The first Stonehenge Free Festival was held at Stonehenge, England culminating on the summer solstice. Staged between 1972 and 1984, acts who have appeared include Hawkwind, Gong, Doctor, and the Medics, Flux of Pink Indians, Buster Blood Vessel, Crass, Selector, Dexys Midnight Runners, Thompson Twins, The Raincoats, Amazulu, Wishbone Ash, Man, Benjamin Zephaniah, The Enid, Roy Harper, Jimmy Page, Ted Chippington, Zorch and Ozric Tentacles. 1975: Captain and Tennille started a four-week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with the Neil Sedaka song 'Love Will Keep Us Together. The duo of husband and wife "Captain" Daryl Dragon and Cathryn Antoinette "Toni" Tennille had worked as backup musicians for Elton John and Neil Sedaka. 1975: Elton John, The Eagles, and The Beach Boys play in London together. 1975: Guitarist Ritchie Blackmore quit Deep Purple to form his own group Rainbow. The group went through many line-up changes with, Ronnie James Dio, Graham Bonnet, Cozy Powell, Roger Glover, and Doogie White all being members. 1977: Sex Pistol Johnny Rotten was attacked in a brawl outside the live music venue Dingwalls in Camden, London, England. 1978: Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical "Evita", starring Elaine Page, premiere at the Prince Edward Theatre, London. 1979: Angus MacLise, Velvet Underground's first drummer died of tuberculosis aged 34. He quit the band in 1965. 1980: French police arrested all members of The Stranglers after a concert at Nice University for allegedly starting a riot. 1980: German orchestra leader and songwriter Bert Kaempfert died aged 56. Both Frank Sinatra (Strangers In The Night) and Elvis Presley (Wooden Heart) covered his songs. Kaempfert released over 50 albums. In 1961, he hired The Beatles to back Tony Sheridan on recording sessions for Polydor, (these were the Beatles' first commercial recordings). 1981: Donald **ahem**en and Walter Becker disband their rock group, Steely Dan. 1982: Paul McCartney releases his single "Take It Away". 1986: "Living on Video" by Trans-X peaks at #61. 1986: "Vienna Calling" by Falco peaks at #18. 1986: Genesis scored their fourth UK No.1 album with their 13th studio album 'Invisible Touch'. It remained in the charts for 96 weeks, making it the most commercially successful album of their career, eventually selling over 15 million copies worldwide and produced five US Top 5 singles, including the title track. 1988: American rock band The Rascals begin their 1st tour in 20 years. 1990: Little Richard [Penniman] gets a star on Hollywood's Walk Of Fame. 1992: The Orb released 'Blue Room' the single had a duration of 39 minutes and 58 seconds, two seconds shorter than the maximum permitted for a single under UK chart rules. The single peaked at No.8. 1993: "Camelot" opens at Gershwin Theater NYC for 56 performances. 1994: George Michael lost his lawsuit against Sony Records. Michael claimed that his 15-year contract with Sony was unfair because the company could refuse to release albums it thought wouldn't be commercially successful. Michael vowed he would never record for Sony again. He re-signed with the company in 2003. 1997: "Defending the Caveman" closes at Helen Hayes NYC after 671 performances. 1998: "Don't Be Cruel" 2nd studio album by Bobby Brown is released (Grammy Award Best Male R&B Vocal Performance, 1990) 2000: 39-year-old Karen McNeil who claimed she was the wife of Axl Rose and that she communicated with him telepathically was jailed for one year for stalking the singer. 2001: John Lee Hooker, American blues singer, and guitarist died in his sleep aged 83. Had hits with 'Boom Boom', 'Dimples', and 'I'm In The Mood'. His songs have been covered by many artists including Cream, AC/DC, ZZ Top, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Van Morrison, The Yardbirds, The Doors, and The White Stripes. He appeared and sang in the 1980 movie The Blues Brothers. 2005: Billy Corgan releases "TheFutureEmbrace", his first solo album. 2011: People magazine reported that 75-year-old Glen Campbell had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. "I still love making music," said Campbell. "And I still love performing for my fans. I'd like to thank them for sticking with me through thick and thin." 2011: American band Maroon 5 released 'Moves Like Jagger, featuring Christina Aguilera. Its lyrics refer to a male's ability to impress a female with his dance moves, which he compares to those of Mick Jagger. The video featured old video footage of Jagger and his iconic dance moves. 'Moves Like Jagger' was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 54th Grammy Awards. The single peaked at No.1 on the US chart. 2015: Apple Music reversed its payment policy, a day after Taylor Swift said she was refusing to allow the company to stream her latest album 1989. In an open letter to Apple, Swift said she was withholding the record as she was unhappy with the three-month free trial offered to subscribers, saying "We don't ask you for free iPhones. Please don't ask us to provide you with our music for no compensation." Apple now said it would pay artists for music streamed during trial periods. 2016: Trumpeter Wayne Jackson, who formed the Memphis Horns duo with saxophonist Andrew Love, died of congestive heart failure at the age of 74. Jackson and Love played together on 52 No.1 songs, supporting the likes of Elvis Presley, Neil Diamond, Otis Redding, Al Green, Aretha Franklin, Peter Gabriel, and the Doobie Brothers. 2019: A report showed that The Spice Girls company funds had dwindled to just £86,000 before their recent concerts of this year. At their Nineties peak, the band’s firm was turning over more than £40million a year, latest accounts showed that Spice Girls Ltd had assets of just £135,450 with around £50,000 of debts yet to be paid. Geri’s Wonderful Productions made just £3,400, while Mel B’s Moneyspider Productions Limited gained only £13,300 in the year to August 2018. Melanie Chisholm – Mel C – also agreed to the reunion after her firm Red Girl Records went £850,000 into debt. But Emma Bunton’s Monsta Productions bucked the trend, with reserves doubling to just under £1m in the same year. 2019: American music manager and record executive Elliot Roberts died aged 76. He is best known for helping to start and develop the careers of singer-songwriters from the late 1960s and 1970s, including those of Neil Young – whom he managed for over fifty years – and Joni Mitchell. 2020: Kurt Cobain's guitar during Nirvana's MTV Unplugged show sells for a record $6 million. Born On This Day In The Music World: 1577: Giovanni Del Turco, Italian composer, born in Florence, Italy (d. 1647) 1668: Cajetan Kolberer, composer, born in Salzburg, Austria (d. 1732) 1732: Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, composer and 5th son of Johann Sebastian Bach, born in Leipzig, Germany (d. 1795) 1790: Wilhelm Speyer, German violinist and composer, born in Offenbach, Hesse, Germany (d. 1878) 1805: Karl Friedrich Curschmann, German composer, born in Berlin, Germany (d. 1841) 1818: Ernst II, Duke of Saxon-Coburg-Gotha (1844-93) and composer, born in Ehrenburg Palace, Coburg, Germany (d. 1893) 1862: Henry Holden Huss, American composer, born in Newark, New Jersey (d. 1953) 1865: Herbert Brewer, English composer, born in Gloucester, England (d. 1928) 1891: Hermann Scherchen, German conductor (Nature of Music), born in Berlin, Germany (d. 1966) 1893: Alois Hába, Czech composer, born in Vizovice, Zlín Region, Czech Republic (d. 1973) 1899: Pavel Haas, Czech Jewish composer killed during the Holocaust, born in Brno, Czech Republic (d. 1944) 1900: Gunnar Ek, Swedish composer and musician, born in Asarum Blekinge (d. 1981) 1902: Wilhelm Maler, German composer, born in Heidelberg, Germany (d. 1976) 1903: Louis Krasner, Ukrainian-American violinist, born in Cherkasy, Ukraine (d. 1995) 1906: Helene Costello, American dancer and actress (Love Toy), born in NYC, New York (d. 1957) 1906: Lluís Maria Millet, Catalan composer, born in Barcelona, Spain (d. 1990) 1906: Harold Spina, American composer, born in NYC, New York (d. 1997) 1909: Kurt Schwaen, German composer, born in Katowice, Poland (d. 2007) 1910: Bela Tardos, Hungarian composer, born in Budapest (d. 1966) 1910: Charles Jones, the composer, born in Tamworth, Ontario, Canada (d. 1997) 1914: Jan Decadt, Flemish composer, born in Ypres (d. 1995) 1914: Booker Collins, American jazz bassist, valve trombone, and tuba player (Mary Lou Williams and Her Kansas City Seven), born in Roswell, New Mexico 1921: Frank Scott, American pianist (Lawrence Welk Show), born in Fargo, North Dakota (d. 1995) 1924: Wally Fawkes, British-Canadian cartoonist and jazz clarinetist, born in Vancouver, British Columbia. 1928: Judith Raskin, American soprano (Susanna-Le Nozze di Figaro), born in NYC, New York (d. 1984) 1929: Alexandre Lagoya, Greek-Italian classical guitarist and composer, born in Alexandria, Egypt (d. 1999) 1932: Jamil Nasser [George Joyner], American jazz double and electric bassist, and tuba player, born in Memphis, Tennessee (d. 2010) 1932: Argentine-born American pianist, composer, arranger Lalo Schifrin, film soundtracks, including, Theme from Mission: Impossible, Enter the Dragon, the Dirty Harry films, and Jaws. 1932: O. C Smith, American jazz singer (Little Green Apples), born in Mansfield, Louisiana (d. 2001) 1937: Raphaël Sommer, Czech cellist, and educator, born in Prague, Czechoslovakia (d. 2001) 1939: Charles Boone, American composer, born in Cleveland, Ohio. 1941: Mitty Collier, American church pastor, gospel and R&B singer ("I Had A Talk With My Man"), and church pastor, born in Birmingham, Alabama. 1943: Salomé [Maria Rosa Marco Poquet], Spanish singer, born in Barcelona. 1944: English musician Ray Davies, singer, songwriter with The Kinks, who had the 1964 UK No.1 & US No.7 'You Really Got Me', and the 1967 UK No.2 single 'Waterloo Sunset' and the 1983 US No.6 single 'Come Dancing'. The Kinks have sold over 50 million records worldwide and among numerous honors, they received the Ivor Novello Award for "Outstanding Service to British Music". 1944: Jon Hiseman, British drummer (Arthur Brown; Colosseum), born in London, England (d. 2018) 1944: Miguel Vicens, Spanish rock bass player (Los Bravos - "Black Is Black"), born in Ferrol, Galicia, Spain. 1945: Chris Britton, guitarist with English garage rock band The Troggs, who had the 1966 US No.1 & UK No.2 single 'Wild Thing' and the hits 'With a Girl Like You' and 'Love Is All Around'. 1946: American singer and songwriter Brenda Holloway, recording artist for Motown Records during the 1960s. Her best-known recordings are the soul hits, 'Every Little Bit Hurts', 'When I'm Gone"', and 'You've Made Me So Very Happy.' The latter, which she co-wrote became a 1969 Top Ten hit for Blood, Sweat & Tears. 1947: Joey Molland, British rock guitarist (Badfinger - "Come And Get It"; "Day After Day"), born in Liverpool, England. 1947: Chuck Anderson, American jazz and session guitarist, and composer, born in Chicago, Illinois. 1949: Greg Munford, from psychedelic rock band Strawberry Alarm Clock who scored the 1967 US No.1 single 'Incense And Peppermints'. 1950: Joey Kramer, drummer with Aerosmith who scored the 1989 UK No.13 single 'Love In An Elevator, and their 1989 album Pump spent 53 weeks on the US charts They had the 1993 US No.1 & UK No.2 album Get A Grip and the 1998 US No.1 & UK No.4 single 'I Don't Want To Miss A Thing'. Aerosmith is the best-selling American hard rock band of all time, having sold more than 150 million records worldwide. 1951: Alan Silson, from English rock band Smokie who had the 1975 UK No.3 single 'If You Think You Know How To Love Me. Their most popular hit single was 'Living Next Door to Alice'. 1951: Nils Lofgren, American guitarist, singer and songwriter, accordionist (Neil Young; Grin; E Street Band, since 1984), and tap dancer, born in Chicago, Illinois. 1952: Marcella Detroit [Levy], American rock vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter ("Lay Down Sally"), born in Detroit, Michigan. 1952: Judith Bingham, British mezzo-soprano, and contemporary classical composer, born in Nottingham, England. 1953: Augustus Pablo, Jamaican musician (King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown), born in St. Andrew, Jamaica (d. 1999) 1957: Mark Brzezicki, drummer with Scottish rock band Big Country, who had the 1983 UK No.10 single 'Fields Of Fire' plus 14 other UK Top 40 singles. 1959: American soprano vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter Marcella Detroit who with Shakespeare's Sister had the 1992 UK No.1 single 'Stay'. She co-wrote the 1977 Eric Clapton hit 'Lay Down Sally' and released her debut album, Marcella, in 1982. 1959: Kathy Mattea, American country and bluegrass singer ("Love At The Five and Dime"; "Eighteen Wheels And A Dozen Roses"), born in South Charleston, West Virginia. 1961: Kip Winger, American rocker (Winger), born in Denver, Colorado. 1961: Manu Chao, Spanish musician, born in Paris, France. 1961: Sascha Konietzko, German musician ( KMFDM), born in Hamburg, Germany. 1962: Viktor Tsoi, Russian musician (Kino), born in Leningrad, Soviet Union (d. 1990) 1965: Saša Britvić, Croatian conductor (Croatian Baroque Ensemble, 1999-2015), and pedagogue, born in Zagreb, Yugoslavia (now Croatia) (d. 2015) 1968: British singer, musician, and DJ Sonia Clarke, (Sonique), who scored the 2000 UK No.1 & US No.5 single 'It Feels So Good. She was the lead vocalist on two S'Express singles. 1969: Pat Sansone, a multi-instrumentalist, from the American alternative rock band Wilco who released the albums Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, A Ghost Is Born, Sky Blue Sky, and Wilco (The Album). 1970: Pete Rock, an American rapper/producer, born in The Bronx, New York. 1971: Anette Olzon, Swedish singer, born in Katrineholm, Sweden. 1974: Neely Jenkins, American indie rocker (Tilley and the Wall), born in Omaha, Nebraska. 1975: Lee Gaze, lead guitarist, from Welsh rock band Lostprophets, scored the 2006 UK No.1 album Liberation Transmission. 1976: Michael Einziger, from American rock band Incubus, who had the 2001 US No.9 & UK No.40 single, 'Drive', and the 2004 US No.2 and UK No.6 album A Crow Left of the Murder’, and the 2006 US No.1 album Light Grenades. Worldwide, Incubus has sold over 23 million albums. 1981: American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Brandon Flowers from The Killers, who scored the 2005 UK No.1 with their debut album Hot Fuss. Their 2017 album Wonderful Wonderful peaked at No.1 on the US & UK charts. In 2010, Flowers released a solo album, entitled Flamingo which peaked at No.1 on the UK charts. 1982: Jussie Smollett, American actor and singer (Empire), born in Santa Rosa, California. 1985: American singer-songwriter, Lana Del Rey, (born Elizabeth Woolridge Grant). In 2011 a music video for her debut single 'Video Games' created by Del Rey was posted on YouTube and became a viral internet hit with over 20 million views. Her third studio album, Ultraviolence (2014), became her first album to reach No.1 in the United States. Until sometime tomorrow, take care and stay safe.
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@Chevybettyboop6 It looks like your Pandora account connected to your Community profile is the one that is currently upgraded through Google Play.
You can find instructions on how to cancel here: Manage subscription: Google Play
Hope this helps!
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@Ramen I moved your post into this existing thread: gapless playbacks/equalizer
While this is not currently a feature, I recommend upvoting this existing feature request with a ❤️ if you'd like to see it added to the service: Crossfade / Gapless Audio Playback
Additional feature requests:
I recommend creating new feature requests for your additional feedback regarding the UI for our Desktop App/website, along with your feedback regarding accessory mode on iOS here.
Thanks so much for being a part of the Community!
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Pandora update 06/21/21:
If you are looking for more information on a particular advertisement you heard on Pandora, we'd be happy to look into it for you.
Please include as much of the below information as possible:
What was the ad for? Do you remember the brand, product, event or website name?
Do you remember anything specific that was said or mentioned in the ad?
What additional information are you looking for about the ad?
How are you accessing Pandora? Are you on a computer, phone, tablet or in-home device (TV, Xbox, Blu-ray player, etc.)?
Was it a visual ad, an audio ad, or a video ad with audio?
Which of your station(s) did you hear/see it on?
What day did this advertisement play?
If you're able to get a screenshot of what's happening, please send that along as well. Once I have more information about the ad, I can pass it along to our advertising team.
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