Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

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Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by Andre-K » 22 Nov 2012, 10:41

The download subtitles window is too narrow, - the "close" button is missings some of it's right side, and there's no "Download" button until the window is resized manually.

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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by rednoah » 22 Nov 2012, 14:13

Not on Windows and OSX. Send me a screenshot so I know what dimensions it'll need on Gnome? KDE?
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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by Andre-K » 22 Nov 2012, 14:34

See attached file :)
Ubuntu (12.10) /Gnome/Unity, whatever they call it :)

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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by rednoah » 22 Nov 2012, 14:47

Another one where it fits please so I know what size works, not just which size doesn't. ;)
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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by Andre-K » 22 Nov 2012, 16:37

oops - that was @ work. (an Ubuntu 12.10 i386 , upgraded over long time)
Now I am at home, Ubuntu 12.10 x64 - re-downloaded filebot_3.1_amd64 , but still, the window have only one subtitle button , and fits fine. (missing the button number 2,3,4,5 from left.)

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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by rednoah » 22 Nov 2012, 16:49

Yeah, it'll not check the other sources if it has already found good matches. I guess I'll just add another 30px width for good measure.
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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by Andre-K » 22 Nov 2012, 17:26

so I downloaded, and installed, filebot_3.1_amd64.deb - and I am missing the other subtitle-buttons, - found in i386 version - why ? - maybe teh amd64 package is not really up to date ?

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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by rednoah » 22 Nov 2012, 17:38

That's not buttons but status indicators. The yellow area is hash lookup, the red area query lookup. It'll automatically search through different databases. If it finds results it'll not search other databases. It has NOTHING to do with architecture. Check standard output.
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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by Andre-K » 23 Nov 2012, 07:33

screenshot 2 attached

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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by rednoah » 23 Nov 2012, 08:19

You sent me the same screenshot again... I give up. Uploaded a new test release.

Just to clarify, they ONLY thing I needed you to tell me is how large the window SHOULD BE, e.g. 700x600 or what not OR a screenshot where you have resized the window so it fits so i can get those measures.

The screenshots you sent me tell me that 645x600 is not enough, IT DOES NOT TELL ME HOW BIG IT SHOULD BE. So I just guessed 700x600 might be good. You can try, if it doesn't work next time just tell me what WIDTHxHEIGHT works right away. ;)
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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by Andre-K » 23 Nov 2012, 11:28

hi.
sorry, my bad, that was too early in the morning.
now that the yelling in this post made me awake, :)
816 pixel width is fine. (700 will be too narrow)

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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by rednoah » 23 Nov 2012, 12:43

So here I'm ALL_CAPS badass and the first thing you can think of is giving me money? I really should capitalize things more often! :D

I'll have a look at GIO, but there's no Java bindings, so that makes things mind-boggingly mafan...

btw do you have any idea how to get packages into the apt-get repos? Or how to create a PPA?
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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by Andre-K » 23 Nov 2012, 13:32

hi,
regarding the SMB:// path , I guess you won't need access GIO if you just "translate" the file path, like I suggested in a recent post in that thread.

regarding PPA, yes, that's the way to go, very nice - I guess you'll find all the info you need right here, and serverspace for free: https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/PPA

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Re: Download subtitles window too small (needs to be wider)

Post by rednoah » 23 Nov 2012, 14:27

Yeah, that's quick and dirty, and break all to time, and not work for half the GIO protocols anyway... I'll see if I can hook into the GIO libs... probably give up after a few hours of native hell.

PPA... i don't even wann know how many hours i wasted on this already... I'm sure they had plenty of good reasons to make things mind-boggingly complicated. Until this morning I've never heard of Chocolatey yet I had package working and online before noon. Suffice to say if PPA were that easy there would be a PPA by now.
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