NMJTOOLBOX2 RELEASED (FOR NMJV2) A/C2X0, A/C300 & A4X0 – 18/4/15

Further checks for settings being set correctly when opening a database.
Expanded minimum width of main window
When a phrase is searched for that is not found, a message now tells you there is no match
Added function for checking for multiple copies of the same movie or TV episode. TTID needs to be completed for movies to match and episodes must be connected to the same series record, same season record and have the same episode number. NOTE: if you have two versions of the same film (eg 2d & 3d or theatrical and directors cut) then these will be reported as duplicates.
Message popup dialog is auto resized to show the full text width up to max screen width.

NMJTOOLBOX2 RELEASED (FOR NMJV2) A/C2X0, A/C300 & A4X0 – 29/3/15

Updated French translation (you will need the updated French resources dll)
Changed/enhanced the detection of TV shows that are year specific (eg Battlestar Galactica (2003)), should be more robust.

Error adding new TV shows the TV show year is always added to the title.

NMJTOOLBOX2 RELEASED (FOR NMJV2) A/C2X0, A/C300 & A4X0 – 23/1/15

Tweaked display of progress window when scanning in TV episodes.
Added new (extra) episode naming format for multiple episodes. You can now add an episode range split with a hyphen and NMJToolbox2 will add episodes for all numbers between (inclusive) eg:
The Big Bang Theory S02E03-E07.mkv would add episodes 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 to the NMJ.

NOTE: The episode range feature is recognised by NMJToolbox2 only, the NMJ scanner does not support this naming.

Errors in storing photo recently scanned data

Avast! antivirus now reporting false positives

It has come to my attention that if you are using Avast! antivirus you may get your NMJToolbox2.exe quarantined. This is a false positive and to add insult to injury it seems to have an issue of not allowing you to exclude it from it’s list (so every time you try to open NMJToolbox2 it gets quarantined again). If you manually scan the program it reports ‘NO THREAT FOUND’, there is nothing malicious in the program.

I advise all people who have this program to report this as a false positive to Avast! (it must have been today’s update [150118-1] to its definitions) or alternatively, change your AV program (which I am seriously considering).

It is a shame as I have used Avast! for many years but now they have obviously broken it and is not reliable at the moment.

Additional note: Avast! was even quarantining my build in debug copy basically stopping my development. It also stopped auto update and made some of my folders read only!

EDIT: I have uninstalled Avast! and installed BitDefender.


Problems solved and I’m back to normal :)

The Original Windows Editor for the Popcorn Hour NMJ!