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Guzzi
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Guzzi

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Guzzi was last seen:
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    1. bwg
      bwg
      Hi Guzzi, would like to get the latest test versions of MyFilms, can you let me know how to proceed?
    2. dlarge500
      dlarge500
      moin moin,

      sorry hab mich schon lange nicht mehr bei dir gemeldet, war ne ganze Zeitlang was inaktiv und schraube schon seit wochen wieder an unseren Skins mit Nico.

      ich hab mal 2 fragen an dich:)

      1. hast du in der nächsten zeit vor einzubauen das die Fanarts über die moviefolder oder aus dem MovingPic fanart ordner bezogen werden können?

      2. ob du mich in die testgroup aufnimmst:)

      gruß

      dennis
    3. hafblade
      hafblade
      Hi Guzzi,

      is it possible to get the newest version of MyFilms for testing purposes?

      hafblade
    4. hafblade
      hafblade
      Hi Guzzi,
      tested a little bit and found 2 more issues with the AMC Updater. Is it ok to report these by private message?

      1) Always when I installed a new version of MyFilms and the configuration is started automaticaly and I want to save, the tool doesn't find my XML database file. I have to browse the file again so that the data is found. Could be confusing for many users.

      2) If the tag for the standard path of the video files is changed in MyFilms, this field (xml tag) shouldn't be overwritten by grabbed internet data. One time I tried to use another tag (URL instead of SOURCE) and when I selected "Select All" on register tab "Database fields" (in AMC Updater) for "Only Internet Data" than the URL field is selected and after internet update my file path of the videos is deleted by the internet grabber url. Perhaps there should be a validation for the file path field (tag).

      What do you think about this?
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