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Unusually numbered issues

Posted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 5:53 pm
by akaOMC
I have a question about comics with strange issue numbers. In particular asking about "The All New Exiles: Infinity" ... 050-61190/

This comic was a one-shot where the only issue is listed as issue number ∞ (the symbol for infinity if you can't see the character). Downloaded the comic but it won't import into Mylar, even if I add the "∞" as the issue number. I tried using 1 as the issue number and that didn't work either. I also tried moving the comic to the appropriate directory manually, but still no luck.

Similar problem with Universe X's "X" numbered issue. Any help would be appreciated.

Re: Unusually numbered issues

Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:30 pm
by evilhero
Can you paste in the debug log showing either the import or the file-checker (depending on what you're trying to do) for that particular issue? The infinity issue number shouldn't be a problem, as this has come up before with another series and adjustments were made at that time - which leads me to believe (at least guess-wise) that it might be due to how you have your file named.

The 'X' for universe X is abit trickier, as X isn't being seperated by Mylar when it comes to issue numbering - and the double X within the filename (ie. Universe X X (2014)) would throw off the parser entirely. I'll look into this more, as there are options already in Mylar to account for issue numbers with the alphanumeric X within it, but not by itself (meaning if it was 5X or X1 or something it would work).

Re: Unusually numbered issues

Posted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 1:45 am
by ceb0610
Has there been any progress on this issue? I am having the same issue with the Universe X and Earth X series. I tried renaming the files to follow the naming I setup.

Earth x V1999 #X (06-2006).cbz
Universe X V2000 #X (11-2001).cbz

Unfortunately, doesn't work. Is there a special way that I should be naming them?