(2012-05-01 19:25)Burbulence Wrote:
(2012-05-01 18:06)soustek Wrote: I had unchecked "group movies in sets" but after I turn on and rescan, then remove KFP, turn on rescan, put back KFP, rescan...nothing changed still not showing this (and other) movies.
BTW many thanks for your cooperation :-) keep helping :-)))
Ok I've just had a moment of brain working... Dawid will need to confirm this but I believe some movies not showing up was a bug in the current version, but as I am a beta tester I'm not using that version so can't remember! If thats right, unfortunately it's a short wait till v2.2... is released in the app store
If I remember correctly, that bug required the following:
- No *.nfo for the movie(s)
- TheMovieDB as the scraper
- Sort Movies into Sets (however it's worded in XBMC Settings) turned on
- A single movie that their (TMDb) would deem part of a set (ex. having only one of the Matrix movies)
Having the above would result in a single movie being marked as a set but would not display since it's really just a single movie. The solution was to either add another movie (ex. another from the Matrix trilogy) or create an *.nfo for the 'broken' movie(s) that did not include the <set> tag. (Note: If you create an *.nfo file with a single movie in a set, it WOULD display in Constellation when added to XBMC, it only applied to movies the scraper handled).
I apologize if the above wording is confusing in any way, my mind is kind of all over the place right now (I stepped away at a funeral).
P.S. Burb is correct, this bug I believe was handled already in the betas, so next version to hit the AppStore should have it fixed.