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by MrVideo
15 May 2019, 13:47
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [Scan-Script] pfftn (formerly pass-from-file-to-nzbget.py)
Replies: 82
Views: 37743

Re: [Scan-Script] pfftn (formerly pass-from-file-to-nzbget.py)

hugbug wrote:
15 May 2019, 10:10
I'd try pfftn_2x.py from the first post.
So far that seems to be working great.
by MrVideo
15 May 2019, 10:10
Forum: Feature discussion
Topic: [Solved] Pull download RAR file password from NZB filename
Replies: 2
Views: 31

Re: [Feature Request] Pull download RAR file password from NZB filename

Thanks. I'm not sure which of two scripts to use, so I posted a query in that thread.
by MrVideo
15 May 2019, 10:08
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [Scan-Script] pfftn (formerly pass-from-file-to-nzbget.py)
Replies: 82
Views: 37743

Re: [Scan-Script] pfftn (formerly pass-from-file-to-nzbget.py)

I'm a little confused. My configuration: Linux: Fedora Core 27 | Python 2.7.15 | NZBGet 21.0

So, which version of the script should I be using: pfftn_2x.py or pass-from-file-to-nzbget2.6.py?

Thanks.
by MrVideo
15 May 2019, 09:38
Forum: Support
Topic: Settings->About NZBGET not showing version
Replies: 2
Views: 25

Re: Settings->About NZBGET not showing version

hugbug wrote:
15 May 2019, 06:29
This is corrected in v21.1.
Thanks. When will 21.1 be ready for downloading? [I know, it is ready when it is ready :mrgreen: ] Only 21.0 is in the announcements.
by MrVideo
15 May 2019, 03:23
Forum: Support
Topic: Settings->About NZBGET not showing version
Replies: 2
Views: 25

Settings->About NZBGET not showing version

The changelog for v21.0 has the following: click on nzbget logo in web-interface now switches to downloads tab instead of showing "About dialog" which has been moved into settings (#564); I wasn't sure if I had installed v21.0, so I looked there and guess what... NZBGet's version is not shown. It is...
by MrVideo
15 May 2019, 02:37
Forum: Feature discussion
Topic: [Solved] Pull download RAR file password from NZB filename
Replies: 2
Views: 31

[Solved] Pull download RAR file password from NZB filename

Every now and then I get a NZB file that has the password in the NZB filename. For example: name_of_video{{abcdefg12345}}.nzb The password is contained within the curly braces. So, how about before the NZB file contents are parsed for downloading, parse the filename to see if it contains a password,...
by MrVideo
30 Mar 2019, 00:41
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [Scan-Script] Add packed nzb-files to queue
Replies: 36
Views: 10972

Re: [Scan-Script] Add packed nzb-files to queue

That is true. But, NZBGet, and its scripts, are meant for multi-platforms. That means all platforms should be considered when releasing software, i.e., for platforms like Linux, permissions (or whatever) should be mentioned in installation instructions, or README files. That said, I should have noti...
by MrVideo
26 Mar 2019, 12:33
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [Scan-Script] Add packed nzb-files to queue
Replies: 36
Views: 10972

Re: [Scan-Script] Add packed nzb-files to queue

Got it to work!!!!!! Two things were needed to be done. One was my fault and the other a problem with the distro. 1) When I manually entered the unzip name into the web settings, I failed to give the complete name with the ".py". When I used the CHOOSE button this time around, it did that. Silly me ...
by MrVideo
24 Mar 2019, 08:15
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [Scan-Script] Add packed nzb-files to queue
Replies: 36
Views: 10972

Re: [Scan-Script] Add packed nzb-files to queue

Didn't work for me. Using the latest v21 beta. In the Extensions setup page, I added unzip and then selected a couple of rar files that each contain a nzb file. The files were ignored. So, I then changed the setup page to say "nzbgetpp-master/unzip" and tried that; same result. The little timer icon...
by MrVideo
21 Mar 2019, 00:27
Forum: Feature discussion
Topic: [Feature Request] auto searh for nzbget.conf at startup
Replies: 6
Views: 110

Re: [Feature Request] auto searh for nzbget.conf at startup

Config isn't overwritten on update. So, what happens if something is changed in the config file? I think I have an (alternative) solution for you: instead of creating a launch script you can symlink the config-file from home dir into installation dir. That prevents creating of new config file on up...