22.214.171.124 – 14/6/15
NOTE: there were a number of errors in the DPI for the overlays pack and some of the ratings images were missing. The overlays pack has been updated so re-download if you use them and are receiving image formatting errors.
DPI on some images in the overlays pack which caused incorrect overlays being applied.
Tweaked path processing for people with shares on the same server beginning with another share name (eg ‘Movies’ and ‘Movies2’). Please let me know if this breaks your setup!
Enabled adding overlays on a right click when the video file is selected on the movies tab.
When exiting the overlays window and overlays are on the overlays folder is checked to ensure all of the specified overlays images used exist and warns the user if not.
Adding overlays from ‘TMDB Images’ button would add full size rating image to thumbnail rather than the thumbnail one.
Right click overlay on series/season updates the wrong image and blanks out the picture boxes.
Video scan and adding a new series places the full sized rating overlay on the cover rather than the thumbnail overlay.
There were a number of issues in the sample overlays pack provided. Some images were not 96DPI (which NMJToolbox2 requires) which would have potentially caused the images to be overlaid incorrectly. Also some of the images were incomplete sets (eg the ratings stars). I have now corrected the DPI on all images and added the missing images from the ratings folders.
Simply download the pack and extract over your existing overlays folder. You will of course have to copy/replace the ones you use from the sub folders to the Overlays folder.
126.96.36.199 – 29/5/15
Error from TMDB when adding movies. JSON from TMDB had changed which NMJToolbox2 did not handle.
188.8.131.52 – 25/5/15
Updated Chinese Language Pack
Updated French Language Pack
Added /CLEANVIDEO /CLEANMUSIC /CLEANPHOTO to the commandline parameters to delete entries for media files that have been deleted/removed.
Expanded the help window to accommodate new options.
Added error message when trying to open the Path settings and no valid database is open.
Missing help line for unattended scanning of photos.
A small update with some tweaks that I wanted 🙂
184.108.40.206 – 17/5/15
Added order by Runtime (ascending) on movies.
Added an auto ‘try to fix’ option when TV errors are reported on selecting the TV tab
When a single TV episode is played using the NMJToolbox2 remote (only) it is marked as watched (to work around the Cloudmedia bug failing to do this).
Bug on sort order combo when switching tabs in some cases.
220.127.116.11 – 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.
18.104.22.168 – 1/4/15
Potential scanning error if your ‘ignore words’ contain Regex reserved characters (eg . / * etc)
22.214.171.124 – 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.
126.96.36.199 – 15/3/15
‘Do Not Process Title Article’ setting not saved/loaded
Regression issue from a previous fix. TV shows with a year (eg Battlestar Galactica (2003)) would be scanned in as the first result from the TVDB (ie the original series)
188.8.131.52 – 01/3/15
Error message when a playlist has failed to be created.
Video files added as tv show when text inside  equates to season/episode references (eg 1920×1080)
SQL Error when an apostrophe is in the playlist name