(2016-03-12 21:53)MetalChris Wrote:
(2016-03-12 19:19)NeelP Wrote: I'm using mac. Using Kodi 16.1 RC1. Region : USA. Will post the log soon
(2016-03-12 19:58)misty01 Wrote: Also on Mac, but using kodi 15.2. Also tried on Android and same failures.
(2016-03-12 20:52)cd2022 Wrote: Works for Linux but error for Android.
I've confirmed the add-on is working with Windows and various 'buntu systems running Gotham thru Isengard, so looks like Android and Mac users are the odd ones out right now. I'm working on a fix. Hope to have something uploaded later this afternoon/evening, and hopefully it'll kill both birds with one stone.
It took a little longer than I planned, but I've put together a BETA version for Android and Mac OS X. Full episodes are working on my tablet (Android Lollipop), and my Hackintosh no longer throws an error when accessing the episode lists. Unfortunately, the Hackintosh does not play the full episode streams, although I think this may be due to the fact that it is maxed out at Snow Leopard (10.6.2) and only running Frodo.
: BETA link removed
Some caveats with the BETA:
It will list some full episodes which are not unlocked. These will generate a 'script failed' error if you attempt to stream these episodes. For instance, the Science Channel currently has only one unlocked episode available, but the BETA displays 8 or 9. This issue has now been fixed, and will not occur in the next full release.
Short video clip listings are somewhat 'hit and miss' (this issue also exists in v 3.1.5). It seems the listings on the various Discovery sites are not all 'standardized', and not all shows have short clips available. Error handling exists in both the BETA and the full version for shows that have no clips available, but the next full release will also handle errors where there are clips available but the add-on is unable to 'find' them due to the lack of standardized site formats. I'm also adding a Search function for the short clips which should serve as a good workaround in instances such as these.
(2016-03-13 12:13)Eye in the sky Wrote:
(2016-03-12 19:01)MetalChris Wrote: For those of you who have tried the add-on and are region blocked I apologize. I don't think there's anything I can do about this that would be within the legal bounds of use.
Is an option to specify a proxy in the add-on settings not possible?
I would consider doing so, provided someone from Team Kodi could confirm whether or not this would violate their policy.
Kodi does allow for setting a proxy in the System Settings. Is this not sufficient for your use?