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Re: the CR Data Manager - manipulate data automatically based on rules - version 1.0 4 years 5 months ago #33105

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Update 1.0.2 is online
major GUI changes in this update release:
  • tab order corrected
  • GUI supports import and export of groups
  • text edit of Rulesets (in the ruleset panel) now always visible
  • window is resizable

Please do not forget to save your configuration (dataman.dat) and any other configuration files you may have created *before the installation* to a safe place.

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Re: the CR Data Manager - manipulate data automatically based on rules - version 1.0 4 years 5 months ago #33118

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also updated the manual a bit regarding the new options in the GUI. Download at google code
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Re: the CR Data Manager - manipulate data automatically based on rules - version 1.0 4 years 5 months ago #33119

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Freakeao wrote:
Here's my updated Series Groups script for CR Data 1.0. Groups and names included so it's all pretty in the new UI.

Merge it into your rules and then save over the top of your default file if you like it.

Contains Series groups settings for DC New 52 books and Dark Horse Buffy Season 9

Just a note.

You Missed "Dial H" in the "The Dark" group
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Re: the CR Data Manager - manipulate data automatically based on rules - version 1.0 4 years 5 months ago #33120

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Hmm, It's there in mine.

Between Swamp Thing and The Phantom Stranger.


I used the same ordering as the wiki. Dial H is the first The Dark 2nd wave book.
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Re: the CR Data Manager - manipulate data automatically based on rules - version 1.0 4 years 5 months ago #33121

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Freakeao wrote:
Hmm, It's there in mine.

Between Swamp Thing and The Phantom Stranger.


I used the same ordering as the wiki. Dial H is the first The Dark 2nd wave book.

hmm maybe i deleted it by accident, I fell asleep on my keyboard this morning while working with your imported Series Groups...
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Re: the CR Data Manager - manipulate data automatically based on rules - version 1.0 4 years 5 months ago #33122

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@ freakeao: just sent you an pm.
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Re: the CR Data Manager - manipulate data automatically based on rules - version 1.0 4 years 5 months ago #33123

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Hotfix 1.0.3 is online
  • fixed - cancellation of backgroundworker did not work as expected (issue 74)
  • fixed - Data Manger won't run in a combined script after CV Scraper (issue 75)

Please do not forget to save your configuration (dataman.dat) and any other configuration files you may have created *before the installation* to a safe place.

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Re: the CR Data Manager - manipulate data automatically based on rules - version 1.0 4 years 5 months ago #33125

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Many thanks for the resizable window! :)

I'm getting this error:



How do I find line 0?

I've searched my rules, but there is none where I want a " for the count field. Here are the rules:

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Re: the CR Data Manager - manipulate data automatically based on rules - version 1.0 4 years 5 months ago #33126

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600WPMPO wrote:
I've searched my rules, but there is none where I want a " for the count field.
I just ran into this, it seems to happen when you use <<Count.SetValue:>>. I think the error is saying '' rather than " (two single quotes for the empty string, not a single doublequote). Looks like it's not converting empty strings to blank fields for numeric fields.

Incidentally, I've pinched a couple of your rules. Hope you don't mind :)

Edit: <<Number.SetValue:>> & <<AlternateNumber.SetValue:>> work fine but <<AlternateCount.SetValue:>> fails with the same error as <<Count.SetValue:>>
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Re: the CR Data Manager - manipulate data automatically based on rules - version 1.0 4 years 5 months ago #33127

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Kirtai wrote:
600WPMPO wrote:
I've searched my rules, but there is none where I want a " for the count field.
I just ran into this, it seems to happen when you use <<Count.SetValue:>>. I think the error is saying '' rather than " (two single quotes for the empty string, not a single doublequote). Looks like it's not converting empty strings to blank fields for numeric fields.

Incidentally, I've pinched a couple of your rules. Hope you don't mind :)

Edit: <<Number.SetValue:>> & <<AlternateNumber.SetValue:>> work fine but <<AlternateCount.SetValue:>> fails with the same error as <<Count.SetValue:>>


Numerics should be set to -1 to clear their value
Use <<Count.SetValue:-1>>
at least until there is a fix for this
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