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Scripts and Templates / DMM script (JAV movies)
« on: November 09, 2013, 03:22:50 pm »
Hello everyone,

I just finished the script i made for, a site for Japanese Adult Videos. The script only run well with PVD v1.0.2.7.
The script bases on to browse, so it works only when unblockdmm is online.
Can only search with title, which based on series and a sequence number (Ex: fset418), not japanese title. When searching, you can see two movies with same title, poster (one for rental, one for mail order). You must select mail order title, which has price (Ex: 上原亜衣式 早漏チ○ポ強化合宿 --- Price: 6,069円), for exactly Release date.
For now, only the following movie fields are imported from the website:
Poster, Screenshots, URL, Original title, Studio, Series (added into Tags, Comments), Actors, Director, Duration, Genre, Release date and Customer rating (added into IMDB rating).
Extract two files in attached file to Scripts folder to use the script.

Development / Re: Character encoding for script
« on: November 09, 2013, 01:57:48 pm »
I finished the script and it runs well.
Many thanks for your help!

Development / Re: Character encoding for script
« on: November 08, 2013, 11:44:40 am »
Thanks nostra for example code. Finally, the script works well.
Is there any possible way that saving multiple japanese values in one txt file and load them in runtime?

Development / Re: Character encoding for script
« on: November 06, 2013, 09:42:35 am »
There seem to be multiple problems (the program was never tested with such languages):
1. There is a problem when passing data to the script. I will fix it in next update
2. The pascal script compiler does not accept non ANSI characters. This can't be fixed, unless the pascal script compiler is updated. As a workaround you could try saving values in japanese in a file and load them in runtime. (but the first problem must be fixed for this to work)
Please give me an example code for saving japanese values in a file and load them in runtime.
Many thanks for your help and PVD v1.0.2.7!

Scripts and Templates / Re: A dark skin - best compromise ...
« on: November 06, 2013, 08:31:12 am »
My test setup is on XP, so it's hard to say what happens on W8.1.

One assumption though:
My screen color depth is set to 32 bit - what is your setting?

My assumption might be of no use, i guess ...

But I have another one which might fix your problem:

Go to your PVD Installation folder under Skins\Movies and Skins\People respectively and
make a backup of "buttons_cg_sdark.bmp" and "stars_cg_sdark.bmp".
Then replace the files in both subdirectories with the ones from the 7z you can download
from here, and reload the skin (or simply restart PVD).

If this works, please let me know(!) and I will update the skin package ;-)
Hi, Chris
Your attached files fix my problem.
Many thanks for your help!

Scripts and Templates / Re: A dark skin - best compromise ...
« on: November 05, 2013, 06:49:56 am »
Hi, Chris
Many thanks for beautiful template for PDV. I like it a lot.
I have a bug with movie skin v1. In rating line, the stars area is white color not black color.
Please view the attached image.
My OS Windows 8.1, PDV v1.0.2.6.

Development / Re: Character encoding for script
« on: October 21, 2013, 04:24:40 am »
I provided a code page in GetCodePage function (EUC-JP 20932).
You can search with keyword 'mgod0112' with attached script file.
I use writer item for film series info. The writer item didn't show after running the script.
Thank you for your help!

Development / Character encoding for script
« on: October 20, 2013, 05:23:53 pm »
Many thanks for the great program.
I've started to write an import script for japanese site (EUC-JP encoding) and I've noticed a strange thing.
I cannot use japanese character in PosFrom.
Os: Windows 8, PVD, the script file saved with encoding utf-8.
Code: [Select]
  StartPos := Pos('<table border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0" class="mg-b20">', HTML);
  StartPos := PosFrom('">レーベル:</td>', HTML, StartPos);
    Cast := Trim(TextBetween(HTML, '>', '<', False, StartPos));
  if Cast <> '----' then
    CastURL := BASE_URL + Trim(TextBetween(HTML, 'href="', '"', False, StartPos));
    Cast := Trim(TextBetween(HTML, '">', '<', False, StartPos));
    LogMessage('writer: '+ Cast +', url: '+ CastURL);
    AddMoviePerson(Cast, '', '', CastURL, 2);
  end else
    LogMessage('writer not found');

Scripts and Templates / Re: Imdb Movie Script for Additional Information
« on: October 18, 2013, 01:44:25 pm »
Many thanks Ivek for a great script.
I want to add a custom item (ex.: Series) like Studio item but it open url in browser when click on text.
I can get url and text for 'Series' from script but cannot make it open url in browser when click on text.
Can you help me to write a script to do that?
Thank you for your help.

Scripts and Templates / Re: Jav Search scripts (Japanese Adult Videos)
« on: September 04, 2013, 11:40:59 am »
Please write the script for
I think this is a great site for Japenese adult movies.
Thank you!

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