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TheTVDB add-on doesn't scan recursively
#1
Hello,

I have several disks where a same category content is splitted.

For example:

Code:
T:\Media\Kids_Series
U:\Media\Kids_Series

Instead of adding 2 content directories and configure them in the same manner (TheTVDB addon + language setting = es) I've created several junctions:

Code:
MKDIR D:\SOFT\XBMC_Library
MKDIR D:\SOFT\XBMC_Library\Kids_Series
MKLINK /J D:\SOFT\XBMC_Library\Kids_Series\T T:\Media\Kids_Series
MKLINK /J D:\SOFT\XBMC_Library\Kids_Series\U U:\Media\Kids_Series

This trick works perfectly with the FilmAffinity or TheMovieDB add-on because of the setting "Scan Recursively". I've used it for grouping content in different disks for the same category (Documentaries, Movies, Movies VO, etc.) without having to create 'n' entries of content.

The problem with TheTVDB is that it doesn't scan recursively so it only founds the junctions (T and U folders) and try to scrappe the information (I get "Mister T" and "True U" as the series ;-).

Is it possible to have this add-on to scan recursively?

Thanks.


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#2
Set content on each of them separately.

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#3
x jmarshall:

Yes. Thank you. I've finally set content separately.
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