Yeah they are too subtle. I think moving them on top of the shaded background for the list might make it more visible.1 - Which three dots? Too subtle IMO. It acts as a kind of tabbing, so you can make it a bit more visible. They mean something.
You just click an entry in the table and you get a popup of possible actions. This includes a list of movies you could match to or a search function. See the screenshots. A blue icon means a file is being processed, an orange icon means it needs user attention, and a green icon means a file has been successfully imported. Have you tried using the screen yet? I had hoped this would be self evident.One question: how can you select from multiple matched movies? For me it often mismatches because of year issues (my files contain the recording date, not the original date). If there is a list of matched movies available as well (shown as pop-up on enter/click?) I would like to have more info on each of them as well (title/year/imdb_id/summary/actors/director)
This is not possible, there is just not any more information to display than what you see. What you are talking about would require us to download details and artwork for every possible match which we will not do. This would make the importer run intolerably slow and it would increase the bandwidth needed from websites like themoviedb.org. Sorry. I will make sure as much as possible is available to the skin though.Is it possible to make a view (besides the ones you already show) which.
You can scroll through in the left pane (file details)
Upon scrolling on a file on left pane, the right window pane shows a bit more details on the matched information, like title, AKA titles, year, folder, backdrop etc ect... whatever is usefull in your opinion.
Are you talking about using icons for the popup matching dialog? I like this idea but it would require us to create a custom dialog and ask skin designers to do a bit more work. I think a few other things are more important than this enhancement for the next release but if someone were to put together a clean patch and corresponding skin files I would include it.A bit top-of-my-head suggestion:
[SYBM] Terminator (1992)
[SYMB] Teminator 2 (1997)
[SYMB] Teminate Me (2011)
[SYMB] = symbol
Not connected: Symbol for not connected, ie broken chain - Android style
Connected: symbol is replaced with connected, ie connected chain.