[Updated 14 Jul!] MPExtended WebMediaPortal 0.5.4 | Page 36

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    Hi Oxan, downloaded and installed Firefox 22.0 and it works fine. Let me know if you'd like me to troubleshoot this further, happy to help.


     
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    Which IE version are you using? I suspect this has something to do with some changes in the newer IE versions.
     
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    Hi Oxan, it's version 9.0.8112.16421, installed on Windows 7 Professional x64 with latest MS updates. Interestingly, if I try this site with the same browser (IE) the VLC plugin loads and functions fine, so perhaps it is the way the plugin is loaded? Just found this, so I'll do a test to see if I can replicate that. If so, then the solution seems to be to change the DOCTYPE tag.
     
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    Hi Oxan, resizing the window didn't make any difference, so decided to uninstall VLC v2.0.7 and install v2.0.2 instead (the same version as used by the MPExtended plugin). The plugin now loads fine! The button to "switch fullscreen" doesn't seem to do anything, but when I double-click on the video it switches to fullscreen fine. Likewise, double-click again and it goes back to windowed mode. Not a problem for me...
     
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    I installed MPExtended 0.5.3 some time ago and didn't use it then. I remember that when I installed it I changed the username/password for security reasons. Now that I want to use WebMediaportal I can't remember the password. Where can I find the password? or must I uninstall and start again.
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    Hmm, there's just a tiny difference between that site and what we do. I've fixed that for 0.5.4, but I doubt it'll help.

    WebMP already uses the HTML5 DOCTYPE.

    That sounds a bit like VLC broke something since the v2.0.2 release. I'll keep an eye on it.

    You can delete the account and create a new one in the configurator. Alternatively, if you delete C:\ProgramData\MPExtended\Authentication.xml when all services are stopped, it'll reset the password to the default.
     
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    Hi Oxan

    Thank you for your help. Saved me the job of reinstalling.

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    I don't see anywhere a mention of multi-disc sets in music within Web Media Portal. I have an album with 13 discs which need to be listened in order (a radio drama), but the current music listing doesn't order them the same as MePo does. At first I thought they might be in alphabetical order, but they aren't. Any plans to account for this?

    Also, did I read elsewhere that mkv support will be available in version 0.6?

    Lastly, did I read that DVD iso files will not be supported?

    Oh, wait - one more thing.. within MePo, I have a bunch of downloaded videos outside of my movie folder so they show up under 'Videos' instead of 'Movies'. I also have 'TV Shows'. Web Media Portal only has the ability to show 'Movies' and 'TV Shows'. I'm not sure whether my video list is in a DB somewhere like the movie list is. If it is, would it be possible to add another tab for them? If I'm just pointing to a network share, I suppose that another tab would do no good, right?

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    I consider that a bug, but I'm not completely sure what is happening here. You have a music album with multiple tracks in it, which are in the wrong order? Or are the albums listed in the wrong order? It'd be helpful if you could upload your MusicDatabaseV12.db3 file, a screenshot of the order in which they appear in WebMP, and the order they should appear in.

    Should already be supported.

    Well, I personally don't have plans to implement it, but patches are welcome.

    WebMP supports both the MovingPictures database (Movies in MP) and the MP VIdeos database (Videos in MP), just not at the same time. You can select to which one the Movies tab in WebMP links in the Settings page.
     
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    MPExtended WebMediaPortal 0.5.4

    Download WebMediaPortal
    Download IIS Edition (NOT for people using IIS Express!)

    Changelog
    • Windows 8 compatability. The normal IIS Express edition should work fine on Windows 8 now, please open a new topic with your logs if you still have problems.
    • Fix internet streaming: this should fix ALL problems where streaming doesn't work over the internet, but does on the local network. Make sure to select the Proxied streaming mode again.
    • New translations for Czech and Catalan, updated translations for French, Finnish, Hebrew, Indonesian and Slovak. As usual, a sincere thanks to the translators!
    • Make watched status of movies available to skins
    • Fix streaming on IPv6-enabled networks
    • Hide system information on status tab when loading fails (avoids spamming logs)
    • All fixes listed in the service changelog have effect in WebMediaPortal as well

    You can upgrade your installation of a previous version to this version without any problems. No clean installation is needed. Please also upgrade the MPExtended Service to 0.5.4.

    Bugreports
    If you have any problems with this version (which you haven't already reported), please open a new topic and attach your logs. Posting your problems and logs here increases the chance I'll look over them or forget to answer them. Please use a new topic! It's also highly appreciated if you include the browser you are using and an explanation of what you are doing and the problems you have.

    Donate
    MPExtended is a volunteer project, which we do in our free time. Donating allows us to spend more time on the project, delivering new features and bugfixes even faster, or fixing that single bug that annoys you so much. It's also very motivating for us to continue working on MPExtended.
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