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CV Launcher doesn't show up in Context Menu

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Hi, I'm having some trouble getting the CV Launcher to show up in my context menu. I apologize since others have posted this issue before, but I couldn't find solutions that worked for me yet.

I'm currently running Windows 7 x64, Isengard 15.2, CV 1.0.1, and have installed the Launcher. I'm using the CCM Helix skin, though have tried a few supported skins (after installing CV), and rebooted Kodi without seeing any changes in the context menu.

I've setup CV with the content path, folder structure, placed items into the respective folders, and saved my settings, but have yet to be able to view the sequence. Movies played from the queue don't play my CV sequence either.

Is there a critical step I'm missing? CV sees the files I've placed in the content folders, so I'm assuming it has to do with my skin or the launcher. Curiously, when I tried to uninstall the launcher before, it wasn't found in my "Program Add-Ons", it's under "Context Items".

Thanks!

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Looks like I've solved the problem like someone else in another thread. I followed their instructions - add a folder to the library which gets scraped by TMDb or whichever, and right-click for the context menu there, as opposed to trying from the native "Files" folder in "Library". Now I see CinemaVision in the context menu and it works wonderfully.

Hopefully I made this understandable enough for someone new like me. If not, under "Videos" click "Library," then "Files", then "Add videos...", Browse for a path with your sorted media and name the folder, click "OK". Choose the most relevant settings and select a scraper, click "OK". Refresh information window pops up, click "Yes". The folder will now appear before you. Head into that folder, right-click on a video and see CinemaVision in the context menu!

Not sure if this is a common issue, but if not already in the literature, can it be added?

Amazing, amazing add-on. Definitely going to support when funds available!

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