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[RELEASE] Artwork Downloader - Skin support
(2012-11-08, 16:32)Hitcher Wrote: OK, but season art (banner and landscape in my case) isn't getting added to the library when doing a full run+overwrite even though the images are saved to the tv show folders.

landscape is in no way supported by XBMC so can't at that.

banner needs to be:
seasonxx-banner.jpg

still need to change how it is saved now seasonx-banner.jpg to what XBMC is now expecting.

Only way is to set them manually through context menu/choose art

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(2012-11-08, 16:32)Martijn Wrote: @Black

Try to replace
https://github.com/XBMC-Addons/script.ar...lt.py#L599

with
PHP Code:
item['url'] = item['localfilename'].replace('\\','\\\\'

Working, thanks. One thing... AD picks up the local file if I'm using the GUI mode (thus I can't change the landscape image). That's not what I would expect... there it should download the selected image and replace the local file with the selected one. Only if I use the solo, bulk or custom mode it should pick up local files.
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(2012-11-08, 16:37)Martijn Wrote: Only way is to set them manually through context menu/choose art

But that doesn't work either.

Just to be clear - ListItem.Art(landscape) displays nothing at season level no matter how I run AD.
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(2012-11-08, 17:13)Hitcher Wrote:
(2012-11-08, 16:37)Martijn Wrote: Only way is to set them manually through context menu/choose art

But that doesn't work either.

Just to be clear - ListItem.Art(landscape) displays nothing at season level no matter how I run AD.

ask JM
can't help on that
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Should Player.Art(clearlogo) etc work with this?
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(2012-11-09, 01:31)jingai Wrote: Should Player.Art(clearlogo) etc work with this?

yes
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Ahhh.. it's Player.Art(tvshow.clearlogo). IMHO it probably should work with Player.Art(clearlogo) as well, but that may be XBMC and not your script I suspect.
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(2012-11-09, 01:59)jingai Wrote: Ahhh.. it's Player.Art(tvshow.clearlogo). IMHO it probably should work with Player.Art(clearlogo) as well, but that may be XBMC and not your script I suspect.

Ah yeah you're right. Yes it's how xbmc handles them and for a reason
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Martijn, could you change the local option so that the gui mode never checks for local files? Makes no sense imo because if I use the gui mode, I want to change or explicitly choose an image which is currently not possible because AD always uses the local file.
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What parts of the Music Video section should be working at this point?
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(2012-11-09, 04:00)jingai Wrote: What parts of the Music Video section should be working at this point?

None atm. Haven't touched that section yet
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sorry, wrong thread
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Just curious, but is there (or will there be) a way to remove properties? Like let's say I downloaded Landscape images for TV Shows and later decide I don't want them. Is it possible to remove them (via XBMC -- I realize it could be done via mysql/sqlite)?

I'm asking because in Metropolis, we have some icons that will display either Landscape or Fanart. Which is displayed depends on whether or not ListItem.Art(landscape) is empty. So if a user downloads landscape images to see if he wants them, and then decides he doesn't, there needs to be a way to go back. It could of course be an option in the skin, but I'm all for minimizing options wherever possible.
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(2012-11-09, 18:25)jingai Wrote: Just curious, but is there (or will there be) a way to remove properties? Like let's say I downloaded Landscape images for TV Shows and later decide I don't want them. Is it possible to remove them (via XBMC -- I realize it could be done via mysql/sqlite)?

I'm asking because in Metropolis, we have some icons that will display either Landscape or Fanart. Which is displayed depends on whether or not ListItem.Art(landscape) is empty. So if a user downloads landscape images to see if he wants them, and then decides he doesn't, there needs to be a way to go back. It could of course be an option in the skin, but I'm all for minimizing options wherever possible.

i could set that property back to empty again but i'm not going to add that. makes it to confusing when switching skins
better make it a skin option.
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(2012-11-09, 18:27)Martijn Wrote:
(2012-11-09, 18:25)jingai Wrote: Just curious, but is there (or will there be) a way to remove properties? Like let's say I downloaded Landscape images for TV Shows and later decide I don't want them. Is it possible to remove them (via XBMC -- I realize it could be done via mysql/sqlite)?

I'm asking because in Metropolis, we have some icons that will display either Landscape or Fanart. Which is displayed depends on whether or not ListItem.Art(landscape) is empty. So if a user downloads landscape images to see if he wants them, and then decides he doesn't, there needs to be a way to go back. It could of course be an option in the skin, but I'm all for minimizing options wherever possible.

i could set that property back to empty again but i'm not going to add that. makes it to confusing when switching skins
better make it a skin option.

I understand your logic, but what if a user does in fact want to globally remove them?
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