The Settings section allows users to tap directly into the core features of Videora. It is meant for advanced users only and modifying any part of it will change how Videora operates.
In the Settings section there are 3 tabs:
The Customize section allows you to add and delete items from your Option Boxes directly within Videora. For more details on what Option Boxes let you do in Videora, please consult the What is an Option Box? FAQ Question.
A new Option Box item can be added by first clicking the "Add xxxxx" button. (Where xxxxx indicates the name of your Option Box. In the screenshot above, this would be the "Add OptionBox1" or "Add OptionBox2" button). Next, choose a "Name:" for which to refer to the Option Box item you are adding. This is the name that shows up when viewing the respective combo box in the Search, Watch List or Season Tickets sections of Videora.
Finally, enter the "Filter:" to use when this name is selected. The filter can be as simple as being the same as the "Name:" itself or it can be more complex through the use of regular expressions.
Here are some examples of possible name/filter combinations:
In the first example, whenever h264 is selected, Videora will automatically add this filter to the search text you are looking for. In the second example, when AonE is selected, Videora will do the same, keeping the regular expression (which says to search for video containg AonE or AnimeOne) intact.
Note: When Option Box 1 is used, the filter is applied to both the beginning and the end of the text string while when Option Box 2 is used, the filter is only applied to the end of the text string. This obviously affects the outcome of whether Videora find related video based on your filter.
Simply select the Option Box item you want to edit from the combo box, make your changes in the "Name:", "Filter:" text boxes and click the "Apply" button,
Simply select the Option Box item you want to edit from the combo box and click the "Delete xxxxx" button. (Where xxxxx indicates the name of your Option Box. In the screenshot above, this would be the "Delete OptionBox1" or "Delete OptionBox2" button)