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  1. ISSUES Genres are messed up. I now have a "Science Fiction" genre and a "Science-Fiction" genre. I have zero movies or tv shows using "Science-Fiction" with the hyphen in the metadata. I specifically have to change this for every single science fiction tv show I add to my library because TVDB uses the name with a hyphen whereas TMDB does not and I want everything to match. When I click on "Science-Fiction" genre under Genres, it brings up all my science fiction movies/shows before the update. I double checked the metadata and nfos and I have it listed as just "Science Fiction" for all those movies/shows. But I also have a "Science Fiction" genre under Genres. If I click on that, it brings up the two science fiction movies I added to the library today post-update. So unless you have a fix, I'm going to have to go through almost 1000 movies and shows and delete the current science fiction genre in the metadata and then re-add it so they all are grouped into the same genre. No filter or sorting in Favorites depending on how you reach Favorites. 1. Click on Movies or TV Shows under My Media on the home screen and then click on Favorites from the top bar, it gives you no sorting or filtering. 2. If you click on Favorites from the home screen at the very top (Home / Favorites) then click on Favorite Movies or Favorite TV Shows, it will give you the filter and sorting options. This happens when using a browser on my desktop and also in the Android app. When you access Collections from the Home Screen under My Media, there's a single random year listed under every title of each collection. I can't make any sense what the date corresponds to. It's not the year of the earliest or latest movie in the collection. The date doesn't show up under the name of the collection if you go to Movies or TV Shows under My Media first and then select Collections from the top bar. All my chapter image extractions just disappeared. Not a big deal. But I'm wondering if all those GBs of images were deleted or do I need to go in and manually do so? I'm running the scan again right now. OPINIONS Totals are no longer listed. No idea how many movies or tv shows/episodes I have unless I go into statistics which I do not like at all. I think totals should be listed on just about everything. Movies, TV Shows, Collections, Favorites, Genres, etc. The big white bars with arrows to horizontal scroll in various places needs a redesign imo. The look seems out of place with the rest of it. I read in one of your comments to another user about the fact that there were so many fundamental changes to the database that its impossible to go back to a previous version. I think in the future it would be wise to give a pop up warning for automatic update users saying that it won't be possible to roll back to a previous version, remind users to do a backup and give the user a chance to defer the update until they are 100% ready. Only on the big updates that really change things like 4.0 did.
  2. Sleerts

    Recordings not scheduling

    Currently running beta with auto-update with auto-install enabled. I'm running Windows 10 and haven't had any issues until last night. Last night The Walking Dead(Series) and The Talking Dead(Series) didn't record. I checked the scheduled recordings this morning and noticed that I only have scheduled recordings for March 17th. I know Tosh.0 is on tomorrow and should be scheduled to record, even checked it in the guide and it shows as new during the time it should record; There's other shows that should be recording as well and aren't scheduled, for sake of ease and to confirm issues I picked only that show. I tried refreshing the guide, cleaning database, all the scheduled tasks, then restarting the server with no change. I then rebooted the PC and re-tried those tasks with no change so that's when I went into the logs. I'm currently on build 3.0.5903.0, while looking through the logs I noticed Emby is installed in the appdata folder: 2016-03-14 05:15:06.5941 Info Main: Emby Command line: C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server\System\MediaBrowser.ServerApplication.exe Operating system: Microsoft Windows NT 6.2.9200.0 Processor count: 8 64-Bit OS: True 64-Bit Process: True Program data path: C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server Application Path: C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server\System\MediaBrowser.ServerApplication.exe I understand that Emby installs to this location, but in my experience programs installed in this location will develop odd issues that cannot be replicated nor corrected. I'm wondering if that's the issue here or something with the Emby build. Re-installing stable version, restoring server settings, will report findings. Logs attached. Logs.zip
  3. RedStripe

    appdata size

    Server Version 3.0.5781.0 Firefox 41.0.2 I have very large video and image libraries (5 or 6 terabytes total) My ...\Appdata\Roaming\MediaBrowser-Server folder is 94GB!! (81GB is the cache) Does this seem reasonable? If so, Emby should offer a way to move this folder off the system drive. I moved my ...\Appdata\Roaming\MediaBrowser-Server off my SSD system drive via a Junction point. Seems to work OK (at least until Emby changes the original path). Thanks for your attention.
  4. Just wanted to know, since Media Browser 3 server has changed its name to Emby, if the install location is still: %appdata% \ MediaBrowser-Server Or if the path has changed to reflect the new name (e.g. Emby-Server or something)? Thank you in advance.
  5. Distros such as Fedora, Ubuntu and OpenSUSE use .desktop and appdata files to describe applications. the .desktop file is basically a software shortcut, it contains information such as the code to start the application, the name, description and icon. At the moment the appdata information is used by software managers like gnome-software so that users can see the application like in an appstore with screenshots and everything. Here are placeholders that i created in the rpm packages and would like others to comment/suggest so that they reflect with better accuracy the Media Browser Server. .desktop http://standards.freedesktop.org/desktop-entry-spec/desktop-entry-spec-latest.html [Desktop Entry] Version=1.0 Name=Media Browser Server Comment=Server to manage and view your media Exec=xdg-open http://localhost:8096/mediabrowser/ Icon=MediaBrowserServer Type=Application Categories=Other; Fedora Screenshot AppData http://people.freedesktop.org/~hughsient/appdata/ <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <application> <id type="desktop">MediaBrowserServer.desktop</id> <metadata_license>CC0</metadata_license> <project_license>GPL-1.0+</project_license> <summary>Media Server </summary> <description> <p>Media Browser Server is a home media server built on top of other popular open source technologies such as Service Stack, jQuery, jQuery mobile, and Mono.</p> <p>It features a REST-based api with built-in documention to facilitate client development. We also have client libraries for our api to enable rapid development.</p> <p>We have several client apps released and in production:</p> <ul>Android</ul> </description> <url type="homepage">https://mediabrowser.tv</url> <screenshots> <screenshot type="default">https://camo.githubusercontent.com/575008c4b91769d5054e0e951c7eb97f3b8e550c/68747470733a2f2f7261772e6769746875622e636f6d2f4d6564696142726f777365722f4d6564696142726f777365722e5265736f75726365732f6d61737465722f617070732f6d6274312e706e67</screenshot> </screenshots> <updatecontact>someone_at_mediabrowser.tv</updatecontact> </application> Information such as comment and descriptions can be set in different languages so that the os picks the right one based on its settings As you can see even the screenshot that i used at first is not one for the server application so if we can come up with better screenshots and description that would be great.
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