Would it be possible to add also this site?http://www.iodalliance.com
Sometimes it produces many irrelevant hits, like when I searched for Artist=Kelly Willis Album=Kelly Willis
Quote from: vagskal on 05 August, 2012, 05:01:20 AMSometimes it produces many irrelevant hits, like when I searched for Artist=Kelly Willis Album=Kelly WillisYeah, it looks like it's searching for any contributing artist or something. The basic problem with searching for the album "Kelly Willis", though, is that they don't have that album!Stripping accents, in the general case, is tricky and not necessarily right. If there's a specific site which is dumbly always strips all accents, I suppose a special case could be made, but take your DJ Shop example. They do list "Diamanda Galas", but also both "Björk" and "Bjork", "Michel Teló" and "Michel Telo" (with different results), and "Grüner Samt" but nothing for "Gruner Samt". So you can't just rely on stripping accents for the search, what it should really do is make the search accent-insensitive, so results with or without accents would be returned. Unfortunately, that's something only they can do.Alex
There isn't any easy way... scripts folder... boo file for the script in notepad, then just change the category in there.
Category as string: get: return "C - CD Covers"
static SourceCategory as string: get: return "E - Other Sites"
Using /filebrowser opens the filebrowser without any problems.
Quote from: hlina on 27 August, 2012, 06:00:29 AMUsing /filebrowser opens the filebrowser without any problems.Now that's weird. The compiling scripts window behaviour is normal - that only shows once, or after updates, it isn't supposed to show every time. I don't understand why the file browser window can open but the help window can't, though. If you try and open a new search window from the file browser window (Ctrl+N, or File, New, Search Window) does it report any error, or just give the same hanging behaviour?Quote from: audio20 on 27 August, 2012, 07:12:39 AMFor those scripts which didn't have a category before, if you want to add one, it depends on the sort of script. As you noticed, there are two sorts, the old style (which after the imports start with a declaration like "class Coveralia:") and the new style, whose declaration looks more like: "class eMusic(AlbumArtDownloader.Scripts.IScript):". If it's the second style, then in order for adding the category to work, you have to also add ", ICategorised" to the declaration, so it would become: "class eMusic(AlbumArtDownloader.Scripts.IScript, ICategorised):"That is a *lot* of scripts you are using! I think the reason you are finding the sources list doesn't quite match your needs is because the design had in mind that people would be using only a few scripts, perhaps one or two search-first, then maybe 4 or 5 others! Anyway, I had a look at the weird sorting of categories. It turns out that, although the thing is set to sort the sources alphabetically, it doesn't do that for the group names. Not really sure why not, but I'll do some experimenting with the list control and figure out a way to make it happen for the next version. It appears that the way it's sorting it at the moment is by the first member of the group, alphabetically. So "G - Last Shops" comes before "C - CD Covers" because the first member of G starts with a B (Beatport) and the first member of C starts with a C (Cover-Paradies)!
For those scripts which didn't have a category...old style...new style...also add ", ICategorised" to the declaration
That is a *lot* of scripts you are using!...the design had in mind that people would be using only a few scripts, perhaps one or two search-first, then maybe 4 or 5 others!
Anyway, I had a look at the weird sorting of categories.
...set to sort the sources alphabetically, it doesn't do that for the group names...experimenting with the list control...make it happen for the next version...
Pressing Ctrl+N causes the program to hang and presents me an "album art downloader not responding window". Is there a way to create a log file to pinpoint the reason for my problem?
Maybe, since I'm already editing all script files, I could try to experiment changing their filenames (yesasia.boo to 20_yesasia.boo, for example) and/or "Name" properties (YesAsia to 20_YesAsia)?
Checking the code, it should be file-system order at the moment, as it doesn't apply sorting. So changing the filenames ought to allow you to control the order...
Is there a way to edit these 'presets' that show up next to the thumbnail
Sorry, no. To change those, it would have to be a change to the main program code, and then most of the scripts would need to be updated to match.
There are things you can do...replace whichever word in there you don't like...adding values, there's no way of doing that...types can be combined with the actual preset system...include [font= "Courier New"]%preset%[/font]...default preset value is [font= "Courier New"]%type%[/font] (including custom names in parenthesis, if you want). Then add all your other custom values as other preset values.
That way, when you choose to save, you can click the drop down and pick one of your custom choices, if you don't want it to use the type name itself.
when I'm doing searches derived from the 'File Browser' it seems it doesn't give me the option to save as a preset (the small downward arrow to the right)...
When you start a search from the file browser...to get the same behaviour there, make sure that you've added [font= "Courier New"]%preset%[/font] to the "Specify path to find images" box in the Options panel of the file browser.