[RELEASE] YouTube3 - YouTube Script - Printable Version
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- gilgongo - 2008-09-04 00:19
Hi - I'm using 8.10a4-hardy3 (SVN:15111) and getting the following:
"attributeerror:'module' object has no attribute 'windowsxml'
Anyone know what's up with that?
- TheBurner - 2008-09-04 21:23
I noticed comments about windows and xbox and this script. Has anyone tested in linux? I just sent it to my box and will test when i get home.
- watty - 2008-09-06 09:34
Video overlay on the lower left hand corner is covering up tabs, is there a way to disable video overlays?
- idlerobbo - 2008-09-08 21:16
im trying to run this on the latestbuild in windows and I just get a 'downloading playlist file...' message - any ideas why? I've left this for a good ten minutes and nothing returned...
- Temhil - 2008-09-08 21:39
I tried YouTube3 script on XBMC PC and on XBOX and it doesn't start.
Do I miss something on the way to use it(XBMC version compatibility ...) or is there an issue with the ucrrent version?
Here are the logs:
- borick - 2008-09-10 23:11
This script was tested on the Aug 25,08 T3CH build for XBOX, and Atlantis 4 for Windows. It has not been tested on Linux yet. The specific errors you are getting looks like its the result of using a build slightly too early.
I am considering making some changes which will attempt to detect the version of your XBMC, and be backwards compatible or worst case display an error message, so that this is more clear to end-users.
- waldo22 - 2008-09-11 15:13
Just wanted to say thanks for this!
Adding the ability to scroll through results, making results relevant (the old search was TERRIBLE), and adding thumbnails made all the difference.
- Temhil - 2008-09-11 20:38
waldo22 Wrote:Just wanted to say thanks for this!Does it work for you? Have you had any issue like mine on XML file missing?
- borick - 2008-09-11 21:11
Please see my earlier post. I believe your XBMC build is a bit too old, try a newer build.
Temhil Wrote:Does it work for you? Have you had any issue like mine on XML file missing?
- borick - 2008-09-11 21:34
Thanks for the support. Now that I released it, there's a few more issues I'd really like to fix.
So far these are the issues I'd like to fix:
- Keeping the selected list choice after playing a video
- moving the overlay
- a message to users if their XBMC build is too old
- improving the download dialog to stay around for all of the work, proper indication of retrieving feed status
I'll get around to these fixes if time permits, job has really been keeping me busy lately
waldo22 Wrote:Just wanted to say thanks for this!
Thanks - Temhil - 2008-09-13 00:49
borick Wrote:Please see my earlier post. I believe your XBMC build is a bit too old, try a newer build.
Thank you very much borick for your answer. I was sure I was missing something. I tried it on a more recent version ans it works perfectly.
Congratulation and thank you for this beautiful :shocked:version of YouTube script, it is even more beautiful than I was expected!
- borick - 2008-09-16 06:13
Temhil Wrote:Thank you very much borick for your answer. I was sure I was missing something. I tried it on a more recent version ans it works perfectly.
On another note, I saw that there was another YouTube script released on XbmcScripts with some similar changes to mine about the paging, but without the other changes. the only reason I started this new "branch" of youtube script is to get it where I wanted for my own personal use, and give back to community who provided the script to me originally. If anyone wants to help contribute / maintain this script I would be more than pleased.
- cybercisco - 2008-09-21 01:44
I love this script :-) !!
Is there any way I can save some videos in a playlist and then play them in a loop?
- waldo22 - 2008-09-21 05:14
Any way to add different views other than the list?
What I'm really looking for is bigger thumbnail previews, like on the AppleTV.
It's easy to read the description, but not easy to see the picture at all.
Maybe a scroll list with 6, 9 or 12 thumbnail previews on a screen?
Maybe just one of the above, with a way to cycle between the current list view and a "thumbnail" icon view with popup description or description underneath or something.
It's already so much better than it was, that it's hard to not be happy with it
- touser - 2008-09-22 07:51
has anyone had any success running this on the linux build? Using the latest hardy ppa it just stops at "(running)."