If you've already got the latest versions of the scripts, then please let me know the artist and album you were searching for, and which scripts were not returning any results, and I'll look into it for you.Alex
I see the progress bar on all search engines for some time, then all stop and no covers are shown.Because I saw that .NET Framework 4 is installed on my pc, I even uninstalled it and installed 3.5, but that doesnt help either.Moreover I have this problem on my wife's pc and my laptop as well, both with Windows 7. (I also tried running AAD in Windows XP compatibility mode).
XP Compatibility mode should not be turned on, AAD is developed under Windows 7 and requires no compatibility flags. From what you are describing, it looks like AAD is not able to download data from the internet. Do you have firewall software which might be blocking it? Or do you use a proxy server to connect to the internet?
Does .NET Framework 3.5.1 under "Windows features" in Win 7 need to be turned on for this to work?
Is it possible to let the program just download the first lastfm cover it finds?
Quote from: iQwerty on 07 November, 2010, 09:06:32 AMIs it possible to let the program just download the first lastfm cover it finds?Yes, if you're feeling lucky. Start the file browser, or foobar browser from within AAD, and make sure it can find all your albums. Once you've selected all the albums you want to automatically get the first lastfm cover for, check that the option "Automatically download and save the first result that meets set criteria" is selected (click the options link to show it). From your command line, you want the image to be called cover.jpg, so in the "Specify path to find images" box, remove the "Folder%preset%.%extension%|" so that just the "Cover%preset%.%extension%" part remains (you can put the Folder part after the Cover part, if you like, so it will also look for Folder.jpg when checking if there are existing images - the important thing is that the start of that string is the name you want the images to be automatically saved as, in this case "cover").Then, click the Get Artwork for Selection button, and the automatic image downloader window will appear.In this window you can set the minimum and maximum size for the image to 300 and 1000, like your command line, and make sure only the LastFM Cover source is checked on the list of sources on the right. Hit the Start button, and let it do its thing.Alex
and what about mac users?
Quote from: Jedi82 on 08 November, 2010, 04:05:11 AMand what about mac users? Out of luck, I'm afraid.
Can you see if something changed on VGMdb's end?
Argh, wish I'd spotted that before releasing 0.37. I've put up an updated script that should fix it. You'll have to re-enter your username and password into it after it updates, though.
Album Art Downloader XUI v0.37 Released
When launching the program from the context menu, images are no longer saved under the directory where music file was found.
Quote from: sle118 on 10 November, 2010, 05:06:40 PMWhen launching the program from the context menu, images are no longer saved under the directory where music file was found.Could you tell me what you have in the box "Specify path to find images" in the File Browser window? (click the Options link to show it).
p.s. You should have a donation link somewhere. This would allow me to pay you a beer or something.
Quote from: sle118 on 11 November, 2010, 07:47:55 AMp.s. You should have a donation link somewhere. This would allow me to pay you a beer or something.Glad it's back to working again now. There's a Donations link under the Help menu; I don't want to be too pushy about it, but I think I'll put one on the first post of this thread too. Any beer money is gratefully received here: donations