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Complete Series from Drop Down Menu 4 years 10 months ago #29019

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I've recently been going through my collection trying to mark series as "complete" if applicable. I've found that the only way that I know how to do this is opening the INFO PANEL via ctl+I or the right-click drop down menu.

A nice time saver would be to incorporate the "Series Complete Yes/No" option into the rick-click drop down menu. Similar to the "Mark Read/Unread" option that is currently available.

Thanks for any feedback or ideas in case I'm not seeing an easier method.
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Re: Complete Series from Drop Down Menu 4 years 10 months ago #29024

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Simple turn on the Series Completed column and click the checkbox. You can even select multiple entries and check/uncheck them at the same time.
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Re: Complete Series from Drop Down Menu 4 years 10 months ago #29032

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cYo wrote:
Simple turn on the Series Completed column and click the checkbox. You can even select multiple entries and check/uncheck them at the same time.

You know, haha, spaced out on this. Not sure why I didn't see that. Thanks.
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Re: Complete Series from Drop Down Menu 4 weeks 2 days ago #48360

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I know this is an old topic but did not want to open another for the same question.
The mentioned solution is great, but I usually display thumbnails instead of details.
I was thinking about a script like this to be run from the right click menu:
#@Name  Mark book as series complete
#@Hook  Books
#@Key  MarkComplete
#@Description  Marks the selected books as series complete

def MarkComplete(books):
	for book in books:
		book.SeriesComplete= 1

I am far from being a coder, so please don't laugh :) I just copied the text from a sample script and modified it.
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