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ginjaninja posted a topic in General/Windowsfor some not yet decophered reason folder 'louis theroux' although identified correctly on tvdb is given original title 'louis theroux: miami mega jails'. this mistake infects the trakt link, so i cleared original title field in my emby. but it (incorrect original title) came back on refresh locking the name (title?) field (unticking) does not protect original title field as still blank original title is reverted on refresh. can this work if only i knew better (1st time lock metadata user).
Karl Blixt posted a topic in General/WindowsI recently noticed that movies with original titles which contains non-English characters isn't found when the search phrase contains the non-English character. I can reproduce this 100% of the time for any movie. steps: 1 - change the original title of any movie to something that contains a non-English character. (i.e I'll change the original title of "Inside Men" to "Inside Män" 2 - replace the original title to something completely different. (i.e I'll change the title of "Inside Men" to "nothing" 3 - save metadata and enter the search page. 4 - type in everything up until the special character, and the movie should show up. (i.e type in "Inside M") 5 - the moment you enter the special character the movie is removed from the search result. (i.e "Inside Mä" remove the movie from the result) using an alternative letter for the non-english letter for example ä->a or ö->o does not change the result. this leads me to belive that the search function is unable to read these special characters which the "normal" search function is able to read. I'm using the latest server version on ubuntu 18.04 Can someone please confirm?
Hi, I have set english and USA as my default language and country for metadatas. While everything is in english, I like to get the overviews in a different language (french) for my movies. To do so, I go to metadata manager, click on the movie folder, change the language for "french", uncheck name and genre (because I want to keep english genres and english titles) and I click save. Then, I click on refresh. I also tried advanced refresh. The expected result should be that only titles and genres stay in english. By clicking on the movie folder in the manager, it should apply the refresh the same way on all movies right? But no, instead, it changes everything in french and ignore completly my unchecked selections. Is it a known issue? Does the manager folders work that way? Is "Emby Kodi SyncQueue" has something to do with this issue? By the way, by unchecking title and genre on an individual movie, it WORKS. But that would take ages doing it that way. My emby server is actually on raspbian jessie but I remember having this same problem on windows few months ago. TLDR: In metadata manager, I want that when you apply modifications in metadata settings on a media folder, everything inside is affected during refresh.