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v0.1.7 released
#21
I've heard that from someone else. Try making it http instead of https

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(03-23-2017, 02:50 PM)Surfacingx Wrote: I've heard that from someone else.  Try making it http instead of https

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Tried http, no luck with that either. The link is fine when pasted to a browser.
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#23
I got the YouTube url, ill check it out when I get home from work

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Getting Invalid URL errors in the Official Kodi Apks section
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#25
Yeah sadly they changed the html code the day 17.1 was released.

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(03-25-2017, 01:35 AM)Surfacingx Wrote: Yeah sadly they changed the html code the day 17.1 was released.

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K, is there a fix? Or can i add my own txt file?
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#27
They changed the html shortly after 17.1 release, it's not hard to fix just open the default.py and search for def apkScraper. You will see these 2 lines below

match1 = re.compile('<tr><td><a href="(.+?)">(.+?)</a></td><td>(.+?)</td><td>(.+?)</td></tr>').findall(url1)
match2 = re.compile('<tr><td><a href="(.+?)">(.+?)</a></td><td>(.+?)</td><td>(.+?)</td></tr>').findall(url2)

Just add a .+? After the a href="(.+?)"

match1 = re.compile('<tr><td><a href="(.+?)".+?>(.+?)</a></td><td>(.+?)</td><td>(.+?)</td></tr>').findall(url1)
match2 = re.compile('<tr><td><a href="(.+?)".+?>(.+?)</a></td><td>(.+?)</td><td>(.+?)</td></tr>').findall(url2)

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(03-25-2017, 10:34 AM)Surfacingx Wrote: They changed the html shortly after 17.1 release, it's not hard to fix just open the default.py and search for def apkScraper.  You will see these 2 lines below

match1 = re.compile('<tr><td><a href="(.+?)">(.+?)</a></td><td>(.+?)</td><td>(.+?)</td></tr>').findall(url1)
match2 = re.compile('<tr><td><a href="(.+?)">(.+?)</a></td><td>(.+?)</td><td>(.+?)</td></tr>').findall(url2)

Just add a .+? After the a href="(.+?)"

match1 = re.compile('<tr><td><a href="(.+?)".+?>(.+?)</a></td><td>(.+?)</td><td>(.+?)</td></tr>').findall(url1)
match2 = re.compile('<tr><td><a href="(.+?)".+?>(.+?)</a></td><td>(.+?)</td><td>(.+?)</td></tr>').findall(url2)

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Awesome, thanks i will test. 
Also, about the Youtube video section. I switched over to Krypton and that section seems to work now. Could it be only something with Jarvis?
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#29
Not sure didn't have time to test it. Been busy working 12 hrs

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(03-25-2017, 01:22 PM)Surfacingx Wrote: Not sure didn't have time to test it.  Been busy working 12 hrs

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Not a problem, just letting you know what i see. Thanks
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