Translators won't dig the source to understand how stuff is used, so for them a little contextual help is valuable for correct translations. Can change it, but using an OK dialog is at least consistent with browsing unavailable remote folders.The dialog is only shown when you try to enter an unavailable repository, it's not any background action that will steal focus or anything. Can change it, but using an OK dialog is at least consistent with browsing unavailable remote folders.See also: ATI HD Audio Limitation in Linux While XBMC for Mac OS X does have the new Audio Engine, which features many new improvements in audio quality for XBMC, HD audio passthrough is not currently possible on Mac OS X and i OS due to limitations on the OS level.Those who want HD audio passthrough will need to use a Linux-based OS or Windows on their Mac hardware.The dialog is only shown when you try to enter an unavailable repository, it's not any background action that will steal focus or anything.
Additionally, it decouples repository updating from addon updating and installing so that there is one way to install updates instead of two.
The ability to use more than one set in previous versions was actually an oversight, as sets are only meant to be used for directly related sequels and movie series, and the feature doesn't work correctly for more than one.
For those who need a way to group movies in various ways, XBMC v12 Frodo now has video library tags, which can be used as many times as a user wants, and for whatever reason they want.
Frodo now uses file dates for "Recently added" videos instead of the date when a video was scanned into XBMC.
This can be changed back to XBMC v11 (Eden) behavior by creating a text file called and placing it in the userdata folder with the following content: Whilst Frodo does "upgrade" the library, it stores a Eden compatible copy. It is still recommended to always make a backup of your userdata folder before updating, just in case.