i have got a text in an iobox and i want to choose with getslice which slice is shown to the spector, with “text metrics”, but i don’t know why it only shows a few slices correctly and the other ones are overlaid.
hope you understand what i mean.
you can look at the file if you like :)
from what i understand you want to get the film titles from this list, right?
Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari
Votes: 11,413 Avarage-Rating: 7.9 IMDB-Rank: 226.
Werner Krauss … Dr. Caligari
Conrad Veidt … Cesare
Friedrich Feher … Francis (as Friedrich Fehér)
Votes: 7,591 Avarage-Rating: 7.9 IMDB-Rank: 229.
Carl Miller … The Man
Edna Purviance … Mother
Jackie Coogan … The Kid (as Jack Coogan)
Charles Chaplin … A Tramp (as Charlie Chaplin)|1927
Votes: 27,173 Avarage-Rating: 8.3 IMDB-Rank: 73.
Alfred Abel … Joh Fredersen
Gustav Fröhlich … Freder, Joh Fredersen’s son
Rudolf Klein-Rogge … C. A. Rotwang, the inventor|1930
All Quiet on the Western Front
Votes: 14,966 Avarage-Rating:7.9 IMDB-Rank: 227.
Louis Wolheim … Kat Katczinsky
Lew Ayres … Paul Bäumer (as Lewis Ayres)
John Wray … Himmelstoss
Votes: 27,467 Avarage-Rating: 8.4 IMDB-Rank: 45.
Peter Lorre … Hans Beckert
Ellen Widmann … Frau Beckmann
Inge Landgut … Elsie Beckmann
From what i see this list doesnt really provide much structuring, you need a lot of guesswork to reliably find the titles here. Do you have another data source with more formatting. something like a csv or an xml file?
The Separate (String) node will cut the incoming string into individual slices after the occurence of a specific character. In your patch you didn´t provide any separator in the pin. If you put a | in there, things work slightly better.
Note that you can see much more in your IOBox when resizing them.
But, I notice the word “Votes:” is always on the 2nd line off every chunk off movie info, so using that I was able to split up your movie, so you can use a getslice, and that returns you all the Data about 1 movie.