RadioTime plugin 1.2.1 for MP 1.7 / 1.7.1 HotFix / 1.8 Pre-Release (27-05-2014)

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  1. yoavain
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    Version compatibility:
    • MediaPortal 1.7 Final / 1.7.1 HotFix / 1.8 Pre-Release
    Project page is here
    I'm attaching initial version, until I have some feedback, since I haven't had a chance to test it.

    Skins support:
    DefaultWide & Wide are part of the installer.
    Any other skin will be maintained by the skin developer.
    List of skins (that I know of) with files for this plugin:
    Change log:



    1.2.1.78:
    • Compatibility to 1.8 Pre-Release
    Older changes:
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    1.2.0.75:
    • Compatibility to 1.7 Final / 1.7.1 HotFix
    1.2.0.69:
    • Compatibility to 1.7 Final
    1.1.0.67:
    • Compatibility to 1.7 Pre Release
    1.0.1.62:
    • Fixed error on plugin init: "Plugin Manager: Plugin RadioTimePlugin.RadioTimePluginGUI is incompatible with the current MediaPortal version! (File: RadioTimePlugin.dll)"
    1.0.0.44:
    • Fixed installation issue on clean MediaPortal (with no previous RadioTime version installed)
    1.0.0.31:
    • Security fix
    • Some GUI changes in configuration:
      • removed donation button.
      • mask password
      • Changed logo
      • Links to TuneIn instead of RadioTime
    • Skin files:
      • DefaultWide & Default from @catavolt(y)
      • Removed Titan (will be maintained by Titan Team via Titan Extended)
    • Translations update:
      • German translation from @catavolt(y)
      • Turkish translation from @omerfarukozer(y)
    • Started re-branding plugin to 'TuneIn' since site changed ages ago. (Work in progress)


    Download: See attachment or use MPEI
     

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    Last edited: May 27, 2014
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    Thanks fort the update! :)

    As far as I know, this plugin is allready official supported by Titan Extended since a long time!

    Oh, and TITANIUS has support for it offcourse.. ;)
     
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    How I can install this pluging?
     
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    Just run the attached file from OP
     
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    I do not understand you want decier OP.

    I have MP 1.5.

    Should we put these files in a folder?
     
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    For MP 1.5 you need an older version.
    This is the relevant thread: https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...1-0-1-x-for-mp-1-4-1-5-1-6-21-01-2014.122050/
    This is the relevant file: https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/attachments/radiotime-1-0-1-62-mpe1.143931/

    The MPE1 file is an installer for plugins, so you need to execute it, and it should install itself.

    Alternatively, you can manually run the MPE installer, locate the plugin you want to install (in this case RadioTime), and select to install it.

    Regards,
    Yoav
     
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    I always download and decompress zip com I get a "installer (copyfile)" folder and the "mediaportalextension" file
     
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    The MP extension manager is one of the best features of MP. You should use it when possible.
    Manual installation is error prone.
     
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    Good morning,

    maybe this answers the a.m. question: the linked file isn´t a MPEI, but a ZIP.
    Simply remane it to MPEI and Installation works as usual.

    cheers
    P@rick
     
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    Published 1.2.0 for MP 1.7 Final. (see OP)
    Please let me know if there's a problem.
     
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