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Rippmaster

Enable/disable kodi addon? (via cvaction)?

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Hello.

I have a problem its pretty similar to the "hue problem" but its a kodi addon called "TERRA" that starts and stops the tellstick. Problem is in cinemavision it "starts" and "stops" and "starts" and stops".

 

ive loved this via direct connection to tellstick and http requests.

 

But i want to be able to run TERRA whenever im not using cinemavision.

I want to be able to DISABLE  TERRA addon upon launching cinemavision as the first cvactionfile.

 

how do one enable or disable a kodi plugin is my main question? via a CVaction file?

plz gratitudes for helping here :)

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1 hour ago, Rippmaster said:

After some browsing in the forum i  found the enable/disable files :) ths

 

BUT, how do i figure out what "addon ID" terra has ?

in the file it sais to put ADDON ID ? what is addon iD? specifically?

Hey there! We actually cleaned those files up and put them in the Kodi Actions section for download. Instructions are in each file. Some examples of the <add-on-id> are "script.cinemavision", or "script.kodi.hue.ambilight", to give you an idea of what to look for.

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After some browsing in the forum i  found the enable/disable files :) ths

 

BUT, how do i figure out what "addon ID" terra has ?

in the file it sais to put ADDON ID ? what is addon iD? specifically?

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20 minutes ago, Ragnarok said:

Hey there! We actually cleaned those files up and put them in the Kodi Actions section for download. Instructions are in each file. Some examples of the <add-on-id> are "script.cinemavision", or "script.kodi.hue.ambilight", to give you an idea of what to look for.

http://<kodi-http-user>:<kodi-http-password>@<kodi-ip-adress>:8080/jsonrpc
{"jsonrpc": "2.0", "method": "Addons.SetAddonEnabled", "params": {"addonid": "<add-on-id>", "enabled":true}, "id": 1}

 

so "addonid":    "plugin.program.terra"   or should it be "script.kodi.terra" ? (and the last ID: 1 ) what is "id:1" stand for?

how can i find out what it should be? :)

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1 minute ago, Rippmaster said:

http://<kodi-http-user>:<kodi-http-password>@<kodi-ip-adress>:8080/jsonrpc
{"jsonrpc": "2.0", "method": "Addons.SetAddonEnabled", "params": {"addonid": "<add-on-id>", "enabled":true}, "id": 1}

 

so "addonid":    "plugin.program.terra"   or should it be "script.kodi.terra" ? (and the last ID: 1 ) what is "id:1" stand for?

how can i find out what it should be? :)

Take a look at the addon.xml file for the add-on you want to disable. The ID is listed there under the <addon> tag. To be honest, I have no idea what the "id": 1 flag does. Here's the explanation in the documentation. It doesn't make sense to me, but you shouldn't have to change that value anyway.

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