Firmware: A-410 [01 Apr. 2014] | A-400 [12 Mar. 2014] | C-300 [13 Feb. 2014] | A-300 [24 Feb. 2014] | C-200 [11 July 2013] | A-200/A-210 [11 July 2013] | Popbox V8 [3 Dec 2013]

Just got your NMT | WIKI has the answers | Search the forum | Forum Rules/Policy | Firmware & Official NMT News | Popcornhour manuals



User(s) browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)
Thread Closed 
Upcoming llink-2.2.1
10-17-2009, 08:02 PM
Post: #196
RE: Upcoming llink-2.2.1
Hello!

Can we display an image when we play some music?

If I press Play in a music folder, each song is played but my popcorn did not display the usual picture.

I only get the picture when I play a song by pressing Enter.

@+

--
Proud linux user and anime addicts Big Grin
[ myiHome on Linux ] [ Wireless Bridge ]
Visit this user's website Find all posts by this user
10-17-2009, 10:00 PM (This post was last modified: 10-17-2009 10:11 PM by whopp.)
Post: #197
RE: Upcoming llink-2.2.1
(07-09-2009 03:59 AM)halfelite Wrote:  Visted on rar files. Or a way to mark a folder as visted with a button combo or menu item.

example would be

tv-shows/dexter-s01/dexter.s01e01/rar_files
tv-shows/dexter-s01/dexter.s01e02/rar_files
tv-shows/dexter-s01/dexter.s01e03/rar_files

I would really like this. It would be really nice if the "record keeping" of the watched files could be done on the server? Because it seems like if I restart the popcorn hour, all "visited/watched" marks are gone? (and for now, since I use the auto-extract feature I dont have them at all)

1. auto marking:
/blah/blah/new_shows/abc.s01e01/show.rar
It would be great if the folder "abc.s01e01" got the "watched mark", not the files inside it, so that you dont have to enter each folder to see whats have been watched already.

2. even better if you could build in functionality to automatically (or with a button press) move folders after the file inside has been watched, example:

1. current dir /new_shows/
2. cd "abc.s01e01", current dir /new_shows/abc.s01e01/
3. play abc.s01e01.rar
4. stop
if watched time == 100% then:
cd ../ (current folder /new_shows/)
get showname of the just watched show from dirname (in this example "abc", that is, strip all "s01e01", "hdtv", blah blah)
move abc.s01e01 -> /path/foo/bar/archive/"showname"/

Why?:
1. no need for "watched"/"mark" dirs since there moved to the archive
2. auto-archiveing Smile


If the moveing is not possible, how about folder rename?
Ie 100% watched -> abc.s01e01 -> abc.s01e01.llink.watched.
Then I could use a script to move all watched shows.

Or, last way out, create a new file inside the dir "llink.watched", once again a third party script could then parse the /new_shows/*/ folders every hour or so and move the watched episodes!

Thanks for a REALLY great application!
Find all posts by this user
10-17-2009, 10:19 PM
Post: #198
RE: Upcoming llink-2.2.1
(10-17-2009 10:00 PM)whopp Wrote:  I would really like this. It would be really nice if the "record keeping" of the watched files could be done on the server? Because it seems like if I restart the popcorn hour, all "visited/watched" marks are gone? (and for now, since I use the auto-extract feature I dont have them at all)

1. auto marking:
/blah/blah/new_shows/abc.s01e01/show.rar
It would be great if the folder "abc.s01e01" got the "watched mark", not the files inside it, so that you dont have to enter each folder to see whats have been watched already.

2. even better if you could build in functionality to automatically (or with a button press) move folders after the file inside has been watched, example:

1. current dir /new_shows/
2. cd "abc.s01e01", current dir /new_shows/abc.s01e01/
3. play abc.s01e01.rar
4. stop
if watched time == 100% then:
cd ../ (current folder /new_shows/)
get showname of the just watched show from dirname (in this example "abc", that is, strip all "s01e01", "hdtv", blah blah)
move abc.s01e01 -> /path/foo/bar/archive/"showname"/

Why?:
1. no need for "watched"/"mark" dirs since there moved to the archive
2. auto-archiveing Smile


If the moveing is not possible, how about folder rename?
Ie 100% watched -> abc.s01e01 -> abc.s01e01.llink.watched.
Then I could use a script to move all watched shows.

Or, last way out, create a new file inside the dir "llink.watched", once again a third party script could then parse the /new_shows/*/ folders every hour or so and move the watched episodes!

Thanks for a REALLY great application!

vistied is kept in llink.dbd on the new. your old one would leave every popcorn reset. since you compiled 2.2.2 its kept in the db
Find all posts by this user
11-09-2009, 09:21 AM
Post: #199
RE: Upcoming llink-2.2.1
just seeing if any progress has been made in watched/unwatched rar/folder support.
Find all posts by this user
Thread Closed 


Possibly Related Threads...
Thread: Author Replies: Views: Last Post
  Llink 2.3.2 A-300 DubbelU 0 316 02-08-2014 11:46 AM
Last Post: DubbelU
  Announcing llink-2.3.2 release lundman 101 22,757 04-13-2013 05:33 AM
Last Post: HarmonyOne
  [A-400] Does not see llink server tkenn1s 5 2,213 02-26-2013 05:14 PM
Last Post: Imdre
  llink UPNP won't stream krylon 3 1,917 02-14-2013 03:43 AM
Last Post: lundman
  LLink question JoeDonth 5 1,501 01-04-2013 03:03 PM
Last Post: JoeDonth
  How to install Llink on C-300? hildyjohnson 2 1,479 08-10-2012 09:35 AM
Last Post: lundman
  200 series and live streaming and llink sugatam 3 2,130 05-06-2012 12:59 AM
Last Post: lundman
  Setup llink with A-300 PRS 9 3,175 04-24-2012 11:59 PM
Last Post: lundman
  What does this error in llink mean? litfoo 53 10,040 03-15-2012 03:42 AM
Last Post: lundman
  Llink on QNAP NAS working? litfoo 16 4,209 03-14-2012 08:19 PM
Last Post: gfb107

Forum Jump: