sansrisque wrote:I lost the "history" list display for SABnzbd (list is empty) in NzbSearcher since using v184.108.40.206 (was using with RC3 SABnzbd+, history display was fine with 220.127.116.11), now on SAB6 final and NzbSearcher 18.104.22.168, but still no history display for SABnzbd. Did I do something stupid?? Anyway to debug this? Thanks for any help!
highend wrote:Is there an option to store the application settings in the dir where NzbSearcher.exe resides? That would really make it a portable application
Where are all the api keys and user + pass (e.g. for imdb) stored? Can't find these infos in the user.config file.
api keys and user names + passwords are all stored in the same file. it's all there.
I see, these config files are in a different dir. Please consider to store _all_ config files in the NzbSearcher dir (or better in a subdir of it via a relative path; e.g: .\settings)
highend wrote:I have to say, that the top two options for NZB Handling in the configuration dialog aren't working here. I tried it with every search engine (but not with UseNet) but neither of the two options work (the nzb isn't transfered to SabNZBD). I have to use the third one ("Download the NZB and store it in a directory") and use the watch folder option of SabNZBD.
highend wrote:Yabsearch seems to be broken as well, even the third option doesn't work. The downloaded .nzb's are only a few kb big and SabNZBD doesn't import these. If I download a nzb manually from the yabsearch website these nzb files are valid.
strange, because the second option I use on a daily base. (download, then upload)
can you give me some more details regarding your setup, to give a hint why this might be failing?
highend wrote:Windows 7 Ultimate, german, x64
Chrome 11.0.696.57 (stable release channel)
SabNZBD v0.6 final
highend wrote:Both are on the same machine.
I have a two monitor setup. Even if I have NzbSearcher on the second and the browser on the main I can't see any interaction with them (e.g. changing the SabNZBD status site for uploading a nzb file (like the way when I do this manually). No popups, no crashes, no messages.
highend wrote:I'm searching for something inside NzbSearcher (only via the first search engine atm (second icon from the left in the upper toolbar). I'll then rightclick on one of these entries and select "Add to SABnzbd's queue".
And as long I use option one or two for the handling it won't be added to SabNZBD's queue.
I hope that makes it a bit more clear :)