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TiredDad

Context menu item remains after uninstall

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I uninstalled CinemaVision a while back in order to try some different skin configurations and followed the directions about uninstalling the context menu launcher and the add-on in order.  When I reinstalled it, I now have TWO context menu items for CinemaVision, both of which work fine, but I only want one.  I managed to turn one off by editing an XML file in the CinemaVision folder(sorry, can't find it now), but I am afraid if I uninstall and then reinstall again, I'll end up with three context menu items.  Is there a Kodi XML file that would be storing the context menu that I can edit instead?

 

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8 hours ago, TiredDad said:

I uninstalled CinemaVision a while back in order to try some different skin configurations and followed the directions about uninstalling the context menu launcher and the add-on in order.  When I reinstalled it, I now have TWO context menu items for CinemaVision, both of which work fine, but I only want one.  I managed to turn one off by editing an XML file in the CinemaVision folder(sorry, can't find it now), but I am afraid if I uninstall and then reinstall again, I'll end up with three context menu items.  Is there a Kodi XML file that would be storing the context menu that I can edit instead?

 

I've seen this behavior occasionally when Kodi isn't closed and re-opened after uninstalling CinemaVision launcher. I think it might be an issue with the way Kodi caches things. The way I've been able to solve this is to close Kodi, manually remove the CinemaVision Launcher (instructions here) from Kodi, then re-opening Kodi and reinstalling the CinemaVision Launcher from the repository.

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