SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.7)

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.2)

Post by fafoulon » September 4th, 2013, 3:16 pm

thanks, that would be great :)

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.2)

Post by nomar383 » September 4th, 2013, 3:42 pm

fafoulon wrote:thanks, that would be great :)
Should auto-update to version 2.4 shortly. The list view should be fixed now. The detailed view still won't work, but I'm not 100% sure it ever did haha

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.4)

Post by fafoulon » September 5th, 2013, 2:27 am

Thanks, it's working in the list view.

Thank you so much for your fast fix!!

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.4)

Post by Factualgnome » October 29th, 2013, 1:57 am

Hi, I've just moved back to safari from chrome following Mavericks update,could you add usenet-crawler support? https://www.usenet-crawler.com

TIA

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.4)

Post by nomar383 » October 29th, 2013, 2:00 am

Factualgnome wrote:Hi, I've just moved back to safari from chrome following Mavericks update,could you add usenet-crawler support? https://www.usenet-crawler.com

TIA
I'll take a look sometime tomorrow!

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.4)

Post by barto28 » November 24th, 2013, 1:43 pm

Hi !

Thanks for your plugin. It works like a charm.
Are you planning on implementing a button on Safari's toolbar where we could see the server state, download speed or pause the queue like in the Chrome Add-on ?
(this is not a request, I can live without this, the extension already do the job perfectly. I just want to know :) )

Cheers

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.4)

Post by nomar383 » November 24th, 2013, 6:04 pm

barto28 wrote:Hi !

Thanks for your plugin. It works like a charm.
Are you planning on implementing a button on Safari's toolbar where we could see the server state, download speed or pause the queue like in the Chrome Add-on ?
(this is not a request, I can live without this, the extension already do the job perfectly. I just want to know :) )

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Honestly, I just don't have the time to add this feature, glad you enjoy the extension though!

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.4)

Post by Ezrem » January 29th, 2014, 11:29 pm

Hi,

Any chance you can just add the ability to list custom newznab providers?

Or, failing that, can you add nzbs.in?

Thanks!

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.4)

Post by dastinger » April 26th, 2014, 2:30 pm

Hi,

First of all, thanks a lot for this extension. I've been on your Git and it says the extension is compatible with DogNZB but I can't seem to get it working on the site. Any idea of what is wrong? Did I misread?

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.4)

Post by nomar383 » April 29th, 2014, 3:08 pm

dastinger wrote:Hi,

First of all, thanks a lot for this extension. I've been on your Git and it says the extension is compatible with DogNZB but I can't seem to get it working on the site. Any idea of what is wrong? Did I misread?
It should work. I'll take a look at it this afternoon and make sure nothing is broken.

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.4)

Post by dastinger » May 4th, 2014, 6:22 am

nomar383 wrote:
dastinger wrote:Hi,

First of all, thanks a lot for this extension. I've been on your Git and it says the extension is compatible with DogNZB but I can't seem to get it working on the site. Any idea of what is wrong? Did I misread?
It should work. I'll take a look at it this afternoon and make sure nothing is broken.
Hey, thank you for taking a look. Did you find something wrong with it? What I can't do is fetching the NZBs directly do Sab. Does it need any kind of configuration?

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.4)

Post by nomar383 » May 10th, 2014, 12:41 pm

dastinger wrote:
nomar383 wrote:
dastinger wrote:Hi,

First of all, thanks a lot for this extension. I've been on your Git and it says the extension is compatible with DogNZB but I can't seem to get it working on the site. Any idea of what is wrong? Did I misread?
It should work. I'll take a look at it this afternoon and make sure nothing is broken.
Hey, thank you for taking a look. Did you find something wrong with it? What I can't do is fetching the NZBs directly do Sab. Does it need any kind of configuration?
Dognzb changed some of their site under the hood. I just updated the extension and you should be receiving v2.5 shortly via auto-update. You can always grab the zip from the OP for the latest version.

Sorry it took so long to fix!

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.4)

Post by dastinger » May 12th, 2014, 4:21 pm

nomar383 wrote: Dognzb changed some of their site under the hood. I just updated the extension and you should be receiving v2.5 shortly via auto-update. You can always grab the zip from the OP for the latest version.

Sorry it took so long to fix!
Just noticed that it is now working, came here to see what changed and found your reply. Thanks a lot for your work and quick fix. You have nothing to be sorry man, you're doing this for free. Just keep up the great work :)

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.5)

Post by sleake » August 17th, 2014, 9:19 pm

I recently switched back to Safari from Chrome. I was using SABConnect++ and it worked great. Since it doesn't work for Safari, I installed this extension. While ++ has nice stuff, I just need the basics (send an NZB to my Sabnzbd). I set things up and when I use a site (nzbs.org) and click on the icon, it changes to the "fetching" icon but then nothing happens. Since there is no way to check the status of the connection (I said I was ok with basics, but this might be nice) I am not sure where the problem might be.

For URL, I have tried both my internal network IP (197.168.x.x:yyyy) and an external URL that I have setup to go through my firewall. Both give me the same issue. I have confirmed the API key for Sabnzbd as well.

How can I diagnose this?

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Re: SABConnect for Safari (Version 2.5)

Post by nomar383 » August 17th, 2014, 9:33 pm

sleake wrote:I recently switched back to Safari from Chrome. I was using SABConnect++ and it worked great. Since it doesn't work for Safari, I installed this extension. While ++ has nice stuff, I just need the basics (send an NZB to my Sabnzbd). I set things up and when I use a site (nzbs.org) and click on the icon, it changes to the "fetching" icon but then nothing happens. Since there is no way to check the status of the connection (I said I was ok with basics, but this might be nice) I am not sure where the problem might be.

For URL, I have tried both my internal network IP (197.168.x.x:yyyy) and an external URL that I have setup to go through my firewall. Both give me the same issue. I have confirmed the API key for Sabnzbd as well.

How can I diagnose this?
Basic is a good term for this extension haha

Try this for the url field:
http://localhost:8080

Enter your own url and port info obviously. You need the http:// or https:// if your aren't using that already (I think that's the part you are missing). There is no error handling if you don't put that part in.

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