[Tellico-users] Strange behavior importing data from Amazon

Trust No1 trustno12003 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 13 19:15:42 UTC 2009

Thank you. Maybe when updating you could show a pop window with the default
search allowing the user to modify the search string when the results are
not like wanting. It's just a suggestion. I think most of the scripts of Ant
Movie Catalog do something similar. They take the value of the film title
but let the user modify.


2009/12/12 Robby Stephenson <robby at periapsis.org>

> On Saturday 12 December 2009, Trust No1 wrote:
> >  Amazon seems to work, but
> >  its doing something weird. For example, I got an album, "Get a Grip"
> >  from Aerosmith. If I select the option to update from Amazon using the
> >  menu of the right click, It find a list of albums in which you can't
> >  find "Get a Grip". But if you use the option "Search" from the bar, and
> >  search by title in Amazon, it find "Get a Grip" by Aerosmith. How is it
> >  posible?
> The search that gets done when you select Update, starts with an artist
> search, which has a lot of results for Aerosmith. Unfortunately, none of
> the
> first 10 or so include "'Get a Grip". Right now, the updater isn't smart
> enough to notice that and do another search that includes the title.
> I'll see if I can improve it.
> Robby
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