[RELEASE] Watchlist script (was 'Adding Plex's 'On Deck' feature to XBMC') - Printable Version
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- `Black - 2012-02-14 14:45
It should follow XBMC rules, means that if a movie is stopped after 180 seconds (this doesn't apply for episodes) or before 90% of it's runtime, it should appear in the list. I tested it and it worked pretty well but I think my solution for that is not 100% perfect and that's why the script sometimes adds/removes movies/episodes which it shouldn't but I don't know exactly and have to wait for debug logs.
Wrong season/episode tag - bthusby - 2012-02-16 19:55
bthusby Wrote:Sometimes an episode in watchlist has the wrong season/episode tag. However, when it is selected correct episode starts. It seems it shows the same season/episode as its left neighbour or the leftmost one (not sure which.) Anyone else seen this?
What about this one? This has happened more than once now. Each time, it has been the second object in the watching-list that has wrongfully copied the season/episode tag from the first object. However, correct episode starts when selected, and it shows the correct poster thumb.
I am using latest Quartz skin version 3 on Pre-eden b2, and latest version of the watchlist-script. Can this also be a skin related problem?
- `Black - 2012-02-16 20:40
Just looked and it's a skin issue. Quartz displays the "EpisodeNo" of the first item also for the second... you can post this in the Quartz thread and I think pecinko will fix that asap.
- pecinko - 2012-02-16 23:22
`Black Wrote:Just looked and it's a skin issue. Quartz displays the "EpisodeNo" of the first item also for the second... you can post this in the Quartz thread and I think pecinko will fix that asap.
- bthusby - 2012-02-17 00:49
I have request for the watchlist script.
Sometimes I am very interested in a TV show that I haven't watched for a while because the show has been in a hiatus or a small break. When an episode for such a TV show is available in the library it should come right in as the first recommended episode to watch.
Maybe TV Shows could be prioritized in such a way?
You think this is a good idea?
- Hitcher - 2012-02-17 01:06
bthusby Wrote:I have request for the watchlist script.
That's pretty much what I'd like to see -
Hitcher Wrote:There's one thing that bugs me a little and that's the episodes of shows that I watch weekly sometimes getting lost from the list because of completed shows I'm watching.
- `Black - 2012-02-17 02:59
Good idea but XBMC doesn't provide such an info so we cannot know that you want some shows to be always in front if there's a new episode.
- Hitcher - 2012-02-17 11:35
Doesn't it store Date Added?
- bthusby - 2012-02-17 11:35
`Black Wrote:Good idea but XBMC doesn't provide such an info so we cannot know that you want some shows to be always in front if there's a new episode.
You can have logic saying: when all episodes of a TV show is finished watched, and suddenly a new episode is available, no matter how long time after, add it to watchlist.
- Hitcher - 2012-02-17 12:06
I think you'll find it does, or at least it would if the list was long enough, but because the date of the lasted watched episode is so long ago it wont appear in the list.
In my case I have loads of shows that are complete (ie finished and archived) on the go along with current shows (ie still airing). Now if an airing show gets a new episode added it might not appear on the list because I've watched too many archived show in-between last weeks episode.
Ideally I'd like it bumped to the front of the list because it's been added after the watched date of the other shows. This would mean that one of my archived shows gets pushed off the list but once I've watched the new episode it will reappear.
Hope that makes sense.