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(2017-11-22, 19:54)vbat99 Wrote:
(2017-11-22, 18:46)kuddel Wrote: good evening,

still encountering problems with scraping tv-series on themoviedb.com

getting this error message:

Initializing TMDB...Searching for series: Nils Holgerssons wunderbare Reise
Series Found: Nils Holgerssons wunderbare Reise : Id (TMDb): (60630)
Error - Running action [Scrape TVDb Series Main Body] threw [Der Index lag außerhalb des Bereichs. Er darf nicht negativ und kleiner als die Sammlung sein.
Parametername: index]



Any ideas?

greetings

As TMDb scraping is still new, I would expect the odd bug. I will investigate and see what is throwing this error.
Please confirm, you have selected German as the scrape language? 
 yes, I can confirm that: german selected
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(2017-11-22, 19:51)vbat99 Wrote:
(2017-11-21, 22:22)bobrap Wrote:  Seems my system is a little wacky.  Did a complete fresh install of Win10 and have the same problem.  Don't believe it's MC.  If I have any other program running, like browser, it switches to that unless it's minimized.  If all other programs are minimized, normal behavior.  Don't know where this came from.. Strange indeed.

The sets thing is ok, I think.  Deleted the cache file and scraped ID and info again and seems to be fine.
Is there a setting somewhere for setting ignore articles?  Say I only want to ignore "The" and not "A" or "An".

Look at the Common Settings tab in Preferences, There you can select which prefix to ignore.

As for the Movie Set Cache losing set history, I am working on improving this with a separate Movie Set Database, away from Media Companion folder, as a look-up database for collection info.
More on that later. 
 I think I didn't explain myself very well.  I was referring to renaming a movie.  Selecting/unselecting the ignore article only determines how a movie is displayed in the list.  "A Bridge Too Far" is always named "Bridge too Far, A" because "A" is considered an ignore article and selected to move to the end of the title.  What I am looking for is to be able to select article to be applied to both sort and rename.  Hope I'm making sense (had a few beers Smile)
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(2017-11-23, 02:49)bobrap Wrote:
(2017-11-22, 19:51)vbat99 Wrote: Look at the Common Settings tab in Preferences, There you can select which prefix to ignore.

As for the Movie Set Cache losing set history, I am working on improving this with a separate Movie Set Database, away from Media Companion folder, as a look-up database for collection info.
More on that later. 
 I think I didn't explain myself very well.  I was referring to renaming a movie.  Selecting/unselecting the ignore article only determines how a movie is displayed in the list.  "A Bridge Too Far" is always named "Bridge too Far, A" because "A" is considered an ignore article and selected to move to the end of the title.  What I am looking for is to be able to select article to be applied to both sort and rename.  Hope I'm making sense (had a few beers Smile)

I am not sure if the options in Common settings set the specific ignore article for renaming. Will have to check this out.
Unfortunately I am under the weather at the moment, so give me a couple of days to get the cotton out of my head.
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(2017-11-23, 04:03)vbat99 Wrote:
(2017-11-23, 02:49)bobrap Wrote:
(2017-11-22, 19:51)vbat99 Wrote: Look at the Common Settings tab in Preferences, There you can select which prefix to ignore.

As for the Movie Set Cache losing set history, I am working on improving this with a separate Movie Set Database, away from Media Companion folder, as a look-up database for collection info.
More on that later. 
 I think I didn't explain myself very well.  I was referring to renaming a movie.  Selecting/unselecting the ignore article only determines how a movie is displayed in the list.  "A Bridge Too Far" is always named "Bridge too Far, A" because "A" is considered an ignore article and selected to move to the end of the title.  What I am looking for is to be able to select article to be applied to both sort and rename.  Hope I'm making sense (had a few beers Smile

I am not sure if the options in Common settings set the specific ignore article for renaming. Will have to check this out.
Unfortunately I am under the weather at the moment, so give me a couple of days to get the cotton out of my head. 
No hurry.  Take care of you first.  While you're looking at renaming, anyway to get the same kind of renaming scheme added to the TV side?
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(2017-11-22, 19:52)vbat99 Wrote:
(2017-11-22, 05:41)artistwantab Wrote: I am excited after installing the latest build.  

Finally a "delete folder" option but sadly it doesn't seem to work for me.

Wondering if I have a permissions issue?

I have seen this option, but am unsure who added it or how it works. I will check and let you know very soon. 
Thanks!
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