[RELEASE] Navi-X (Script) Media Browser - Printable Version
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- bitman - 2012-01-14 06:19
iR0NBiLL Wrote:If you do a seach from the main playlist under "Search navi-xtreme" for those listings, you will find them. There are several from different scraper devs.
Navi-X treats me well. I appreciate you putting together a nice plugin. It took me a few days of navigating the menus to get comfortable with it (on ATV2), but now I'm good enough to be dangerous! Thanks!
- DeFiets - 2012-01-21 21:33
I'm newby at XBMC and also at navi-x.
I install the navi-x add-on, so far so good. I found a movie that I want to see, I open the movie and at that moment I tought it would be nice to have a subtitles.
So I search on google but I can't find the answer, how to use subtitles in navi-x?
Yes I found the 'audio and subtitles settings and the top off the screen when I play a movie. I can search for a subtitles at my own HD. Is't necessary tot download the subtitles?
- bakito - 2012-01-21 21:49
Thanks for this great plug in!
I have one question though...do you have different skin for navi x or just this one?
just to know maybe navi x 'll be more "gui friendly" with my skin!
- NobodyHere - 2012-02-02 17:22
I just used the Navi-X "Create playlist shortcut" option. Can someone tell me how to access it, or install it?
- debennett2 - 2012-02-15 21:40
So is there a way to somehow get progrma guide info for these live feeds (i.e. find out what channel these are specifically and create a custom TV guide with the correct program info? That would make for a VERY useful cable cutter.
- spyder - 2012-02-15 23:23
debennett2 Wrote:So is there a way to somehow get progrma guide info for these live feedsI have got alot of the live feeds working using DISH USA channels with the TV Guide plugin. Add each channel to your favorites(easier to find the stream location this way), I'm away from my XBMC right now, but find the NAVI-X favorites.xml and open it in a text editor to copy the link then paste that into a new text file and rename it with the channel name and the .xml extension.(if anyone knows an easier way to convert an xml to strm let me know)
Using MC2XML is a whole other process, I went into what I did in the TV Guide thread here:http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=120377&page=5
- Chaoschris - 2012-02-18 20:41
Anyone else not able to get into Navi-X? when I try to go into the portal it just gives me an error and says cannot open file.
- iR0NBiLL - 2012-02-20 23:19
We're lacking a dev to make this happen right now. Let everyone know when we find them.
- iR0NBiLL - 2012-02-20 23:20
bakito Wrote:hello everyone!
There is no other skin of Navi-X at this time. What skin are you using?? We don't typically model our stuff for someone else's XBMC's skins... skinners are suppose to be concerned about that stuff, not us. Our stuff should work regardless of your skin.
- iR0NBiLL - 2012-02-20 23:21
NobodyHere Wrote:I just used the Navi-X "Create playlist shortcut" option. Can someone tell me how to access it, or install it?
It should create a shortcut in your programs directly to a playlist in Navi-X, although it may not work with Eden.