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RE: [RELEASE] Navi-X (Script) Media Browser - falafael - 2012-05-29 15:42
Hi, i am trying to download a couple of items of navi-x, via XBMC eden on windows, i have made a folder on a drive, but i cannot find the option to tell navi where to put the downloaded file.
Can anyone advise me where the option is to do this?
RE: [RELEASE] Navi-X (Script) Media Browser - isitmeor - 2012-05-31 15:51
every time I try to download something or even when I speedtest with navi-x
xmbc hangs and I have to reboot all over again
Am i The only one?
RE: [RELEASE] Navi-X (Script) Media Browser - iR0NBiLL - 2012-06-06 10:10
(2012-05-29 15:42)falafael Wrote: Hi, i am trying to download a couple of items of navi-x, via XBMC eden on windows, i have made a folder on a drive, but i cannot find the option to tell navi where to put the downloaded file.
When you highlight an item in a Navi-X playlist, you can hit the "Menu" key on your keyboard. It's the button between the right "Alt" and "Ctrl" keys that looks like a mouse pointer hovering over a drop down box.
When you highlight an item and hit this, you get other options like "Play", "Download", etc. Hit download and a popup box will appear, showing you the current location that is set for saving and options to save, ok or cancel it. You can also hit browse and browse to your folder you want to save to and afterwards, before hitting save you can re-name your file as well.
I hope this helps.
(2012-05-31 15:51)isitmeor Wrote: Hi there
I doubt you are the only one. Navi-X sometimes has issues with our "processors" or URL resolvers that fail during regular use of Navi-X on XBMC. Typically the python interpreter will fail or a processor for resolving URL's needs to be fixed because a site admin has made changes in the way their site delivers media. Just let us know what particular playlist you are looking at, what links you tried and the point of failure occurs and where we can find the playlist in Navi-X, as well as the name of the playlist verbatim you are trying to figure out what is going wrong with.
Navi-X Support Forums
This way we will see your support request sooner and can troubleshoot quickly in depth with youvia Skype or chat box. Thanks.
RE: [RELEASE] Navi-X (Script) Media Browser - eggy - 2012-06-09 21:34
So I started using Navi-X because Icefilms and Project free TV are too unreliable, and I love the entire layout and system. The problem is that every time I try to select an episode of something I want to watch (in this case it's Adventure Time), I get the message "Could not parse initial page". Anyone have any idea what this means? A Google search turned up absolutely nothing....
I should mention I'm on a j/b'd ATV2, Navi-x software is 3.7.5
jDownloader Support - kreeturez - 2012-06-14 17:53
Really enjoying this add-on. The interface took a bit of getting used to; but have found some gems within this portal. Thanks to the whole Navi-X team!
jDownloader is an awesome cross-platform, open-source download manager. There's also a great XBMC Plugin for controlling it (details here); which also offers other plugin developers an easy API Interface for adding downloads to it.
Whilst this Navi-X plugin does do a rather good job of managing downloads, would it be possible to have an additional 'Download with jDownloader' option to have downloads sent to jDownloader?
jD also does a good job of parsing file locker links for hundreds of file sharing services (some of which aren't yet natively supported by the Navi-X plugin itself); and I use it with it's Speed Limiting option to ensure downloads don't interfere with streaming by other members of my household...
The other benefit is that the actual jDownloader app can be running on another machine on the network - useful for centralized downloading of content.
Once again, thanks for a great add-on!
RE: [RELEASE] Navi-X (Script) Media Browser - debian - 2012-06-25 13:18
does navi-x allow syncing multiple installs across the network?
RE: [RELEASE] Navi-X (Script) Media Browser - kreeturez - 2012-06-25 19:19
Don't think so - but you could 'Browse' over the network (and set a file-shared playlist as home) to share your playlists across multiple instances...
Edit: couldn't get this to work (can't seem to do a network browse); but you could always just create an account on the NaviX site and 'Sign In' to Navi-X from your various machines to have them view your online playlists.
You could also manually copy your playlist (.PLX) files across...
RE: jDownloader Support - spoyser - 2012-06-25 20:20
(2012-06-14 17:53)kreeturez Wrote: Really enjoying this add-on. The interface took a bit of getting used to; but have found some gems within this portal. Thanks to the whole Navi-X team!
I added JDownloader functionality into my own Navi-X ages ago, thought it was just me it thought it was a good idea!
To add it you just need to replace the onDownload method in navix.py with this:
Of course you also need the XBMC JDownloader addin installed as well.
RE: [RELEASE] Navi-X (Script) Media Browser - kreeturez - 2012-06-25 20:58
@spoyser Fantastic - thanks for sharing!
I do like the built-in Navi-X downloader; but JDownloader is a really nice alternative - hopefully the add-on devs can add your code as a secondary download option to the main repo... It's all done for them
RE: [RELEASE] Navi-X (Script) Media Browser - Lucii3n - 2012-07-01 21:21
I have a problem ... My favorites channel work but if i click on Navi-Xtreme Media Portal is doesn't work.
I have this error : " couldn't not open this file " ... is that normal ?