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Re: Find Gaps in series 5 years 4 months ago #24329

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I have the script working, but it keeps crashing ComicRack
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Re: Find Gaps in series 5 years 4 months ago #24334

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Dancer wrote:
I have the script working, but it keeps crashing ComicRack
This script is obsolete since the functionality for finding series gaps is now built into ComicRack.

Make a smart list like so:



Go into details view. Right Click on the column headers and select the column: Gap Information.
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Re: Find Gaps in series 5 years 4 months ago #24401

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works great thanks so much!!!!!!
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Re: Find Gaps in series 4 years 11 months ago #27662

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I have more than one book in a archive, for example:

Anachron - T01-04.zip
Anachron - T05.zip

in the first file i have book 01 to 04 of the serie
and in 2e file i have book 05 so i have all books but it say me that i have gap...

How to say to comicrack that i have book 01 to 04 in one file?
in "details" i don't found a way to say it...

thx for help! :)
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Re: Find Gaps in series 4 years 1 month ago #37074

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Echoing someone's earlier question, with the integrated gap finder, is there a way to exclude issues such as DC 1,000,000, Deadpool 900 and 1000, etc.?

Also, is there a way to ignore specific ranges, such as Marvel's constant renumbering (new volumes of flagship titles, then bouncing back to original numbering, i.e. Avengers 84-500)?
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Re: Find Gaps in series 4 years 1 month ago #37105

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Thanks, I was having trouble at first because I was trying to narrow down to publisher/year since that's how I have my collection organized. You can see my setup below. I would assume this would work similar to any situation where you want it to specifically check ALL criteria before checking the ANY criteria.

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Re: Find Gaps in series 2 years 7 months ago #41945

is there a way of finding out if I'm missing issues at the beginning of a series? For example, if i'm missing issues one and two, but have everything from there on.

Stonepaw, your script used to work for me, but now (after my database crashed and i lost my smartlist with your script) it crashes when i leave both fields blank to try and search the whole library. Your script would show me what i was talking about earlier in this post.
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