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Hey @WGMaker,

Take a quick look at the attached images over the past few messages. I provided some sample images of notifications being sent. Indeed I provided support for multiple notification platforms to fit as many people as possible.
I did realize that when you have an issue, having a simple way to figure out what the issue is after receiving the notification is a very welcome addition, hence the additional extended web interface for investigation purposes. And with the notification, I also check and update both the app version, site.ini revision numbers and channels list comparison.

Again, the idea is: multiple simple notification platforms, and then when an issue arrises, a simple way to identify root cause. And while I was at it, I also added additional capabilities to simplify the post EPG generation processes, like gzip the file and upload to GitHub. Might as well have it automate the entire post process :)

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Super .. is that constructed as a postprocess plugin ?

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My initial attempt was to try to construct it as a post process plugin, but I could not get it to work.
So, it is a very simple batch script that you set in Task Scheduler to kick off your WG++ EPG generation. The batch file calls several Python code files, based on required functionality. So, it is a Handler utility that also calls WG++ for the EPG generation.

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I would be a plus if it can run as plugin, but for that it needs to be an exe, dll or bat file
The setting of the required functionality must be provided as arguments. But you probably figured that out ..
If you want to try that again .. I can help. Let me know.
( 5.1.1 beta and later has improved handling of it)

edit .. the logo error warnig is a bug .. not anymore in the latest version

After installing one of the later full versions (5.1 or 3.3) , a subfoler in the wg++ homefolder 'postprocess_plugins' is created, in there all the plugins that were published in GIT.
Version 5.1 will automatically locate any of the plugins in it without a full path. It also handles executables made in dotnet that can be run in Linux using the .dll ..for windows and linux :
dotnet pluginname.dll args ...
Or as exe in windows
pluginname.exe args ...

If you still have the exe, let me do some test ..

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