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Old 03-18-2013, 04:45 AM   #1246
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@seabream -

Attached is a version that fixes your problems 1 & 3.
Thanks!

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I cannot replicate your problem 2.
I'll keep trying and see if I can find a reason. It's not a missing leading space, I know that much.

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these fake story URLs in FFDL. They demonstrate issues 2 & 3 without having to hit real servers:
http://test1.com?sid=80 [Rizzoli & Isles]
http://test1.com?sid=81 [Pitch Perfect]
http://test1.com?sid=82 [Henry (Once Upon a Time), Once Upon a Time (TV)]
I'm not sure how this works. 80 and 82 got me what is at least on quick comparison, the same piece, and 81 and 83, the same with the exception of them being In-Progress. None of which appeared to be in the listed fandoms. Rather they gave: "Crossover, Furbie, Harry Potter, Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, Puella Magi Madoka Magica/魔法少女まどか★マギカ". The documentation in the defaults didn't clarify things either. On the subject of clarity, sorry I couldn't come up with a clearer way to explain issue 3.

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Do you realize that your category.character system doesn't work for crossover stories?

If you're already creating lines for each character name filtered by category, that's probably where you need to add the category to the character, too.
Yeah I know. It's a trade-off. Crossovers are a minority of what I read, and having FFDL add the category this way saves me having to make lines for each character (right now I just have character lines for characters I want to change). I don't suppose that there's a way to make a line conditional on there being only one matching category? This would also be helpful for some fandoms on fanfiction.net where >90% of them have the same pairing but no listed characters.
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