[Release] TheConcertDB.org

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VelvetKevorkian Offline
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Use library node editor + a skin which supports that addon.
I wrote a quick tutorial here:
http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=...pid2370202
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(2016-08-28 12:13)VelvetKevorkian Wrote:  Use library node editor + a skin which supports that addon.
I wrote a quick tutorial here:
http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=...pid2370202

Thanks, VelvetKevorkian, I followed your tutorial and was able to create a node based on Paths (I have 3 folders on different drives that contain Concerts so I made a rule for each under the Concerts parent node), but after I add the node as custom menu item to the home screen, none of my concerts are there.
I'm using Aeon Nox with Jarvis.

Have you run into a similar issue?
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zag Offline
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Working for me, not sure whats wrong. I use skin shortcuts addon
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Oddly enough, it looks like, when I use "contains" as a path filter, the node only shows my concerts if I specify a single path rule, however, if I use "does not contain", I can add multiple path rules and see all the remaining files, from multiple folders, in the same node.
Using exclusion instead of inclusion seemed to have solved my issue, though I'm surprised you cannot specify multiple path rules to include.
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