[Web Interface Addon] XWMM - XBMC Web Media Manager - Printable Version
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- nicx76 - 2010-03-19 08:38
i will keep my feet still until this weekend
New SVN version available - slash - 2010-03-20 17:13
the new svn version 1.7.2
- should be compatible with the xbmc svn builds (using the new http server)
- fixed actor display for movies
- fixed rating display in movies (removed the zeros)
Note that you need to use http://<ip>:<port>/XWMM/index.html (for now cannot fix the default html page in a subdirectory)
Let me know if it works
- zosky - 2010-03-24 07:53
AWSOME SAUCE !!! slash. you are a king!
my mind is blown
i havn't had a chance to fully mash all the buttons and really run it through its paces just yet but here's some thoughts: (im using svn172 in chrome)
this is infinity better then hacking at myVideos34.db with sqlitebrowser
thanks again dude!
- slash - 2010-03-24 13:53
1- copying the thumbs for backward compatibility with XBMC 9.11. With the new microhttpd server it is not required anymore. I will change that in the very near future.
2- You are right, stack and rar are not entirely supported in the file view. I will add this to the bug list.
3- Added to the bug list thanks for noticing.
4- view / hide non-video files is already in the feature request list
5- Not sure what you mean. Would view / hide non-video solve this ?
6- Very good point, my problem is how to keep the layout if it is "maximized", but I will try.
Thanks again for all the constructive comments. I will try to do the changes ASAP.
- zosky - 2010-03-25 04:21
good stuff. i scanned through most of the pages of this thread, but i have to admit it was late & most of it didnt sync in i did notice you've been making progress for quite some time now & you're super responsive to suggestion/questions/issues. thanks for adding c19/trailers!
5 - i understand #4 to be a toggle to show/hide 'video-support-files' (sub|idx|nfo...). im thinking one step further ...hide 'video' too ... so we can see what's left over. say in case an PSD or MP3 gets misplaced in the video path. its not necessary, just a suggestion.
6 - i think the best thing to do here would be having the left-list expand, leaving the right-display as is.
( of course im just make suggestions without any insight in to what it would take to implement )
BTW: i think i found a related bug
in movie/genre ... the column auto-sizes (squishing the right side)
in movies/list ... its stuck
same thing happens on the TV side
( shows are stuck // seasons&eps changes )
This is great........Feature Request - hogfan - 2010-03-26 21:48
I was thinking and good feature you could add to this would be the ability to do some reporting tasks.
Once you have a lot of movies in you library, it can take awhile to scroll through them all, regardless of the view you are in. It would be nice to have the ability to print out a hard copy list of all of your movies for cataloging purposes.
There is an app called Movie Collector that does this and will allow you to print out a list of movies with thumbnails, etc. in a nice grid-like view.
I love your app currently because it runs on XBMCs HTTP server and directly accesses the DBs. I think reporting could be cool feature.
- kiboy6 - 2010-03-27 09:47
Current SVN working flawlessly for me
For a while I couldn't get it to work until i figured out that i must use address index.html, and not the default.asp that I used to have bookmarked in my browser.
The only thing I still miss is the ability to sort movies by date added to library / view recently added movies....any plans to implement this?
It seems as though the # column would do the trick, but at the moment it there is no option to sort movies ascending or descending by this # field.
- slash - 2010-03-27 14:58
hogfan Wrote:I love your app currently because it runs on XBMCs HTTP server and directly accesses the DBs. I think reporting could be cool feature.
Thanks for your input. I've added reporting to the feature request list.
- slash - 2010-03-27 15:06
kiboy6 Wrote:Current SVN working flawlessly for me
The new http server does not support asp pages and I can't figure out how to get index.html to be the default page in a subdirectory.
kiboy6 Wrote:It seems as though the # column would do the trick, but at the moment it there is no option to sort movies ascending or descending by this # field.
the # field is the index in the DB (increment as you add items). You are right sorting by this field should list the movies by most recently added.
Thanks for the hint.
I'll add the sort issue to the bug list.
- kiboy6 - 2010-03-29 04:36
slash Wrote:the # field is the index in the DB (increment as you add items). You are right sorting by this field should list the movies by most recently added.
Awesome! glad I could help....Once sorted by that field, will the browser remember that view each time we call XWMM's index.html? If not is there a way to specify that?
Thanks so much!