NMJTOOLBOX2 1.5.7.0 (FOR NMJV2) 2/3/400 Series & VTEN

Had a tinker and a bit of an update 🙂

1.5.7.0 – 13/12/15

Added/Changed
Set minimum size of splitter window.
Changed aspect ratio of cover displayed on the remote tab
Added Genre filter to movies to filter on specific genres.

Fixed
Stopped the scanner scanning #recycle folders on Synology Diskstations
Error when exiting NMJToolbox2 and ‘Recent by time’ activated and no new entries added in any of the 3 date ranges. NOTE: to get around this and the way the NMJ uses ‘recent scanned’ ranges, if there are no records added in a date range there will be one record added which will be the one directly before the ID of the start of the next date range. eg. If 7 days is 1000-1034 and 30 days is empty, 30 days will be 999-999.

2 thoughts on “NMJTOOLBOX2 1.5.7.0 (FOR NMJV2) 2/3/400 Series & VTEN”

  1. having an issue with my music files no problems with movie files.
    music is on external hard drive and is 31gb with 6855 files .

    I get an error message that says unhandeled exceptions when I start nmj and ask it to reprocess the last file I was working on. been using the toolbox for some time and thought it was the increasing size of my files.

    I find that if I answer no and open one of my movie files then open the music files , it opens without the error. also as my music file grows the scan for added music gets slower and slower.

    is their a limit to how many files you can use

    please help

    1. Hi Tom,

      I assume that it is you that posted the exact same issue on the Networked Mediatank Forums which I replied to a few days ago? It is a bug in the latest release which only affects people with music only databases. It is fixed for the next release.

      On the other note, the scanner will get slower the more files you add as it has more files to check each run. The only way to speed scans up is to use the .no_all.nmj, .no_music.nmj, .no_video.nmj etc files in the folders that you no longer want to scan. This will cause the scanner to skip these folders on a scan. This is documented on the NMT forums if you want further information on how to do this.

      There are no actual limits on how many files you can add to the database.

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