Yes, they are one of the ones breaking your system.
They have a file called service.py in their repository thats only function is to remove Indigo.
They have the Indigo file path encoded with base64 to try to hide what they are doing.
Its very simple to decode base64, so I dont know why they...
1- try this path for kodi from the windows app store: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Packages\XBMCFoundation.Kodi_4n2hpmxwrvr6p\LocalCache\Roaming\KodI
2- if you have tvaddons installed, I assume you mean indigo?, then open indigo and do a factory restore. When it asks you if you want to keep...
With Indigo, the lists of addons is still down. Addon Installer cant work without it. still waiting on the api updates to be finished.
For github browser, I would have to see your log to try and figure out why its not working
OH, I found it in the repo.
Thats an addon done by a dev called LittleWiz
I'm still not familiar with it or its code though.
Maybe @LittleWiz will see this and comment?
If not, maybe ask in this thread: https://www.tvaddons.co/community/threads/backup-restore-wizard.61250/post-425725
The "code" is the address to where a copy of your log has been uploaded to.
Thats to try and keep huge logs from being posted here in the forum and still make it so others can read it to try to help you
Dont try downloading any vids (your probably not) on a firestick. it doesnt have enough memory.
Try to keep the number of addons you install to only what you use to save space.
As @RavRob said, in the Maintenance Tools section of Indigo you can see how much memory the cache, thumbnails, and...
I did and it looks like its trying to close a file that is empty, None, or was never opened/read.
""AttributeError: 'int' object has no attribute 'close'""
It might be happening because it cant read a file for some reason or maybe a windows permissions issue with reading a file.
I dont have an...
The addon installer portion of indigo isnt working at the moment.
They are working on the addon library and have taken it down until they are finished.
Thats whats causing the error.
The rest of indigo is working as is The Git Browser.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
I'm hoping its back up soon
The error you are getting now is because they are working on the addon library and have taken the site down.
I'm not sure how long its going to take, but the addon installer portion of indgio should work again when they are done
@Hammerhead, since you asked,
Reporting an issue to the kodi people requires jumping through hoops.
The first thing you need to do is find an official addon that has the same function and that also fails the same way.
Make sure it fails on more than one device (preferably on a Windows or Linux...
ok I just tried it manually with the youtube addon and it marked it as watched.
So it is working.
the issue might be with the addons and not having the proper info format for the shows your wanting marked
It also marked it as watched (auto) after watching a video
kodi and the db it uses must be...
I dont know why its not working either.
I'm just trying to figure out whats working and not working at the moment in hopes of finding out whats going on.
Using the "watched" for what all you have seen might not have been your intent, but thats what it does. Or did anyway.
Are your older watched items marked as watched?
Is it that if you watch something it doesnt get automaticially marked?
Can you mark new items manually?
if you try to mark it manually, does it remember it?
Good point RR.
I have noticed it with my trakt also.
I watch something and it doesnt get marked as watched.
My other watched stuff is marked but not anything newly watched
I have to manually tell it to "mark as watched in trakt".
its like kodi is not marking it and trakt isnt getting told that...