nfusion2011 Wrote:They're not straight forward and very unclear.
Half the stuff there might as well be in Chineese to me, i can't make heads or tails of it.
The only thing I changed was the path where the thumbnail folder is, by adding my USERNAME in the USERNAME spot.... But nothing works.
I doubt the purpose of this script/program was to help people with good knowledge, as they could have done it themselves, its for the people who don't know any programming, and so its very unclear as to what to do .
At least give all the line numbers that MUST be edited... :/
Here is the list of all variables that need to be changed with some comments:
<LoggingLevel expiredays="14">3</LoggingLevel> ===== no need to change this
<ThumbnailDir>C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\XBMC\userdata\Thumbnails</ThumbnailDir> =====if you are using Win7 this should be the directory of where your thumbnails are. Just change the USERNAME to match yours. If you are using a different version of windows then you will need to put the correct path. Use Windows explorer to navigate to the path and copy it here
<Simulation>false</Simulation> ====I suggest you put TRUE here the first time you run this script so nothing gets deleted. Once you are satisfied it works, change to FALSE
<SpotCheck max="500">C:\ThumbCleanerSpotCheck</SpotCheck> ====put any number you want here. The higher the number the more images are displayed for you to review. This is not really important.
<SQLite enabled="false"> ====are you using MYSQL? If not, change this to TRUE
<VideoDBPath>C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\XBMC\userdata\Database\MyVideos34.db</VideoDBPath> ====again, find where these files exist and put the correct path here.
<MusicDBPath>C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\XBMC\userdata\Database\MyMusic7.db</MusicDBPath> ====again, find where these files exist and put the correct path here.
<XBMCMySQLServer enabled="true"> ====if you are not using MYSQL change this to FALSE and dont worry about the stuff below.
<XBMCServerName>192.168.2.124</XBMCServerName><!--Name or IP address-->
<CharacterSet>latin1</CharacterSet><!--latin1 is default, and recommended. See here for details: http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?p=5...post576974 -->
<XBMCName>192.168.2.124</XBMCName> ====put the IP address of your computer that is running XBMC or if this script is running on the same computer that XBMC is running you can put LOCALHOST
<method>Raw</method> <!--Either Raw or Curl -->====if you cant get this script to work try CURL
<!--These options are only used if Curl is specified as the method-->
<port>80</port> ====go into XBMC settings>system to see what port XBMC is accessing. I believe default is 8080
<username>xbmc</username> ====in the same settings section look for or add the appropriate user name and password.
Let me know if you have any questions.