oss wrote:for all who got Mac OSX - test this program. I just love it, it is definitely the best what is on the market right now. If there will be UPLOAD FEATURE (and I believe it will be), this will be official program for OSX.
Test it - and you will see yourself.
I noticed this is the "official" client for Open Subtitles. Where can suggestions be made for it? Currently it's missing a couple of essential things which make me unable to recommend it for a lot of my own users.
MarcoTC wrote:If you have any questions, suggestions, opinions, etc., feel free to reply here or PM/email me. But most important, I need your bug reports.
eduo wrote:Ah. Somehow I saw that the "SubFlix" link didn't work and thought OSS was referring to Flixtools. I just noticed it's supposed to be the same thing even though the name of the topic is misleading.
1.-Is there an official place to send feedback or should the forums be used?
2.-Is there a way for it to only download missing subtitles? Currently it says it won't overwrite "SRT" but subtitles can be in multiple formats and languages. I need to be able to drop a folder and have it search and download only missing subs.
3.-Is there a way to preview a subtitle? There's tons of mismatched subtitles in OSDB so being able to check the contents would be useful.
4.-For the same reason: Is there a way to modify a search manually? When hash doesn't work (I assume it uses hashes) and search is done by name because the database is incorrect (a common example is episode numbering, where the numbering is different), it's not possible to search for alternatives easily (I solved this in SolEol by pulling the proper season and episode from the hash and then searching for that IMDBID)
5.-OS limits that affect other clients seem to be ignored for Flixtools. Is this temporary or will it be how it works?
I haven't updated SolEol in a while and I'm considering recommending Flixtools for my users that want to use an alternative, but there's the stuff above that makes me hesitant, as they're used to those things already.
MarcoTC wrote:Hi Eduo,2.-Is there a way for it to only download missing subtitles? Currently it says it won't overwrite "SRT" but subtitles can be in multiple formats and languages. I need to be able to drop a folder and have it search and download only missing subs.
No, not really but I can try to come up with something. The only issue I can think of is that a subtitle can be there as subtitle.srt or subtitle.en.srt. In the last case, I know the English subtitle is there already but I'm not sure how to handle things if you (for example) want both Spanish and English but there is already a file: subtitle.srt.
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