(2015-11-13 23:51)mrjwm2 Wrote: chrisvl,
No reason to disable it. Just don't use it. The scraper does nothing on your system until 'you' instruct kodi to use it when adding a source. Or if you must, remove it altogether in the addons folder of the Kodi install.
Except this isn't true. With the add-on being broken, every time I try to update my library, it searches for new movies just fine, then it gets to music videos and throws up a "can't connect to remote server" error on every single video. So, if I want to actually scrape my new TV episodes, I either have to tell it to continue scanning over and over again, for every music video it errors on, or go into the file browser and tell it to specifically search the tv folder for new files.
Maybe when multiple people say they have a problem with it, you shouldn't just dismiss their concern and assume they're complaining about a nonissue?