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TOPIC: Some new ideas for the next openelec build

Some new ideas for the next openelec build 9 months 2 weeks ago #1

  • ddawg
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So, I was playing around with customizing my own functions with batch commands in windows to delete the cache myself and purge my own packages etc and I had a thought. Even though we have the maintenance tool addon etc is the fusion repositories I figured why not make a custom button dialog menu for it etc

If this already exist then I am mistaken. But some people may not have the ability to SSH into their system to do such things

So for the ease of use factor in the openelec system menu etc I was thinking for example

"exit openelec, go to cache folder then start up again"
"Have an option where it will delete the textures13 database"
"have an option where the packages will be purged"

I'm not sure how the maintenance tool works witch other addons none the less, but for an embeded media center I think it would be good to have these options out of the box.

What do you guys think? I know it may seem like a silly idea to some but be nice please :)
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Some new ideas for the next openelec build 9 months 2 weeks ago #2

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Some new ideas for the next openelec build 9 months 2 weeks ago #3

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I see

And this is why I was thinking of the option I currently had in mind in a bash script etc, I know batch scripts can work in the windows version which I included in my own dialog menu in the shutdown menu. but perhaps we could have something similar elsewhere in system settings etc
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