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Writing to Files 1 year 9 months ago #44584

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I don't know if its a bug or not, but multi-tiered comic files aren't having info written to them.

I had several dozen files that were structured as :
comic.cbz/comic/p001

When trying to write to these files it removed the orange state indicator from all the files at once. None of the files had a comicinfo.xml once this operation completed. I removed the files from ComicRack and deleted them.

I went in and changed the structure to:
comic.cbz/p001

Specifically I extracted the files and went in and recreated the archive.

After that I re-added the files back to ComicRack. Scraped them again, added some custom info. Then they were able to written to. All those files have comicinfo.xml.


Thought that would be helpful but it now happening with files like:
comic.cbz/p001

Nothing being written at all.
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Writing to Files 1 year 9 months ago #44592

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Have you selected the proper option in Comicrack settings, to allow you to write to the comic files?
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Writing to Files 1 year 9 months ago #44593

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perezmu wrote:
Have you selected the proper option in Comicrack settings, to allow you to write to the comic files?

I have, I prefer to trigger it rather than have it done automatically.
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