I thought I might share this with others.
I'm using uT and after an episode is finished downloading AND it is labeled "Series", I'm running a command line which automatically searched Addic7ed for available subtitles.
In the uT-option "Run this program when a file finishes" I've entered:
cmd /c IF %L==Series start "" "http://www.addic7ed.com/search.php?search=%N"
What does it do?
Check if its label (%L) is Series. (IF %L==Series) Open a browser (start "") with the url "http://www.addic7ed.com/search.php?search=%N" %N is the title of the episodes file. "cmd /c" opens a CMD instance, executes the IF statement and closes the CMD instance again. This command line should easily be able to be modified for other programs.
I hope this might be helpful to others.
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Can't find a tech sub-forum to report a problem with the addic7ed website.
The Season tabs for Signed, Sealed & Delivered is broken, the Season 2 and 3 is not or is refusing to show them in order for me to gain access to a specific subtitle I wish to download.
Can someone please be notified of this problem?
Thank you in advance.
It's been a while since addic7ed's search engine got broken (you have to search twice which is quite annoying).
Today i finally decided to find a workaround and found this nice little add-on called "Redirector". You can redirect the broken search link to a correct link which solves the issue.
1. Install "Redirector" addon
2. Create new redirect with following details.
Description: Addic7ed Search Fix
Example URL: http://www.addic7ed.com/srch.php?search=Wentworth
Include pattern: http://www.addic7ed.com/srch.php?search=*
Redirect to: http://www.addic7ed.com/search.php?search=$1
Pattern type: Wildcard
Enjoy searching on Addic7en
Hi everyone! I recently joined Addic7ed.com. I'm both interpreter and translator from English to Farsi and vise versa but I still couldn't find out what the title of this site means(no mean to me) Can someone elaborate on this for me. The way it pronounces and what does it mean?!
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