Beta -  Metropolis 3.5.0 beta for Kodi 18 (Leia)
#31
Hi Guys,

"MacGyver"

what does the "SET" Icon in the "List" (Movies) mean for?
This Icon is suddenly prompt behind the Movie-Name.
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#32
(2018-12-23, 17:49)swipe0 Wrote: Hi Guys,

"MacGyver"

what does the "SET" Icon in the "List" (Movies) mean for?
This Icon is suddenly prompt behind the Movie-Name.
It's for indicating that the movie in the list is part of a "set" and for jumping to the "Set" for the movie listed.

When movies are "scraped" by Kodi one of the fields that is scraped is called "set" and if the movie is part of a set eg. "X-Men 1,2,3,4,5,..." then something like "X-Men Collection" is added to the Kodi database for that movie. This feature lets you jump to other movies in the same set as the one in the list.

In other words, if you see "X-Men 9" in a list, pressing to the right and selecting the Set icon will list all the movies in the "X-Men Collection" set that you have in the Kodi database.

Here is where I described it.

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Using two 2820FYKH0 Intel NUCs, a Revo 1600, and a Foxconn NT-330i - All running OpenELEC. :)
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#33
@MacGyver

thank you very much for your replay.
Can you tell me please, how i can disable this Icon(s)?
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#34
(2018-12-25, 01:57)swipe0 Wrote: Can you tell me please, how i can disable this Icon(s)?
 With a setting, you can't, much like you can't disable the blue/red resolution icon or the green 3d icon. 
If enough people support it we could make a setting that hides all three of them I suppose. I would want to run that by jingai first and get their thoughts.

You could remove the set from the Kodi library (This could be dangerous if you have Kodi set to delete things when removed from the library). Mine didn't remove anything but the set reference from the library when I tried it as a test, but your setup will be different. I would only try this on something you have a good backup of. 
To do this (after you've made sure you have a backup), go to "Movies" then the submenu "Sets", highlight the set you want to remove, then press "C" (or whatever you have set as a context button), then "Manage", then "Remove from Library". Those movies won't show a "Set" icon to the right because they are no longer part of a set. 
Did I mention the part about having a backup first?

A sort of simple way, would be to put a 64x48 transparent icon with the name "set.png" in a folder named "flags" in Metropolis' "media" folder. (ugly, but would get the job done)

A not so simple way would be to modify 720p/Viewtype_List.xml to remove the changes made to support the sets icon. (remove the 41 lines I added and modify 2)

I'm curious as to why, the space to the right wasn't decreased for it to fit and the the icon only shows up if your media is actually part of a set. Is it the color?
Using two 2820FYKH0 Intel NUCs, a Revo 1600, and a Foxconn NT-330i - All running OpenELEC. :)
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