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(2018-06-17, 21:58)remyspam Wrote: All movies (a few hundred).
Everything else scrapes fine, just not the plot outline.
Any example?
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(2018-06-17, 22:18)DanCooper Wrote:
(2018-06-17, 21:58)remyspam Wrote: All movies (a few hundred).
Everything else scrapes fine, just not the plot outline.
Any example?
Any movie from the IMDB top 250
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(2018-06-17, 22:30)remyspam Wrote:
(2018-06-17, 22:18)DanCooper Wrote:
(2018-06-17, 21:58)remyspam Wrote: All movies (a few hundred).
Everything else scrapes fine, just not the plot outline.
Any example?
Any movie from the IMDB top 250
Please, is it really that hard to tell me one fucking movie that you have tested?!? I dont have the time to try 20 movies that works fine for me and you say: "oh sorry, not tested with that movie..."
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(2018-06-17, 22:44)DanCooper Wrote:
(2018-06-17, 22:30)remyspam Wrote:
(2018-06-17, 22:18)DanCooper Wrote: Any example?
Any movie from the IMDB top 250   
Please, is it really that hard to tell me one fucking movie that you have tested?!? I dont have the time to try 20 movies that works fine for me and you say: "oh sorry, not tested with that movie..."   
Oh, sorry. I thought it would make it easier to name a range of movies.
I have scraped 1232 movies and it doesn't get a plot outline for any of them.

But here's Shawshank Redemption.

These are the settings:
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Here's the result for the Shawshank Redemption:
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Here is the IMDB-link for the Shawshank Redemption

I hope this helps?

It's Alpha 23.3

Edit:
Looking at the screenshot of the scraperresults it seems that all results are taken from TMDB?

Edit2:
The above is indeed the case. If I disable TMDB and only have IMDB enable it doesn't scrape anything.

Apprently because one of the differences between IMDB and TMDB is the plot outline (TMDB doesn't have it), I thought the problem was there. But apperently the probelm is the IMDB scrape doesn't scrape (at least on my computer).
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(2018-06-18, 07:58)remyspam Wrote: It's Alpha 23.3
You have to use the latest daily version. IMDB has changed the website long time ago and the official release does no longer work.
I've tested "Shawshank Redemption" with the new version and it works.
 
(2018-06-18, 07:58)remyspam Wrote: Here's the result for the Shawshank Redemption:
[url=javascript:void(0)][Image: full.jpg][/url]Here is the IMDB-link for the Shawshank Redemption

Looking at the screenshot of the scraperresults it seems that all results are taken from TMDB?
You should disable the preview dialog in Settings => Movies => Scraper-Data => Show scraped results in detailed view. This dialog is very hard coded and can't show all scraper results. I think it will be removed anyway in next version.
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(2018-06-18, 10:19)DanCooper Wrote:
(2018-06-18, 07:58)remyspam Wrote: It's Alpha 23.3
You have to use the latest daily version. IMDB has changed the website long time ago and the official release does no longer work.
I've tested "Shawshank Redemption" with the new version and it works.
 
(2018-06-18, 07:58)remyspam Wrote: Here's the result for the Shawshank Redemption:
[url=javascript:void(0)][Image: full.jpg][/url]Here is the IMDB-link for the Shawshank Redemption

Looking at the screenshot of the scraperresults it seems that all results are taken from TMDB?
You should disable the preview dialog in Settings => Movies => Scraper-Data => Show scraped results in detailed view. This dialog is very hard coded and can't show all scraper results. I think it will be removed anyway in next version. 
Thank you, the latest daily works!

Sorry for wasting your time and thank you for your quick replies, highly appreciated!
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I don't know if this is an option, but I'm, dumb and missing it somewhere.

I am using the missing items filter, which is great. But some stuff I don't want/need an item. For example, a movie with no talking won't need a subtitle. Is there a way to have it ignore a movie for one item, but not others. Eg, if it is missing a poster, I want to know
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(2018-06-21, 13:48)sufreak Wrote: I don't know if this is an option, but I'm, dumb and missing it somewhere.

I am using the missing items filter, which is great. But some stuff I don't want/need an item. For example, a movie with no talking won't need a subtitle. Is there a way to have it ignore a movie for one item, but not others. Eg, if it is missing a poster, I want to know
 No, that's not possible.
I mean it will be possible toa dd such a feature, but I do not really see any benefit for that. Can you tell me any other good reason to add such a feature?
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I guess when I'm looking at my library, I have the set things defined (Settings > Movies > Movie List sorting). I may have options that aren't in place for all movies. Some many not have an NFO file, or others may not have a trailer or subtitles.
But when I do my missing search, they'll appear. it's not really a need, more like a nice to have. I have many movies that don't have subtitles. Pixar is famous for having shorts which no words.  I may have custom home movies with no trailers or IMDB info.
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