Feature Request - Metadata download without "Download complete" dialog
I'm using the metadata download feature quite a lot and I really like it.
While the job is running in the background I usually edit some other stuff manually.
What happens now is that while I'm editing the "Download complete" dialog pops up and cancels what I have been typing. That in itself annoys me sometimes. But what is even more annoying is that if I downloaded metadata for say 10 books, which takes a while, and while editing I type enter the moment the completion dialog pops up all the metadata is lost because the default button of the dialog is "cancel".
So I'd like to ask if you could - and would be willing to - implement one or more of the following options:
- make the default button of the "Download complete" dialog configurable
- make it configurable the default behaviour would be "accept" or "review", so no pop up at all
- only show the fact that the download has finished in the status bar were the running jobs are displayed and enabling the user to decide when to look for the retrieved metadata
I'd like to thank you for a really great tool and I appreciate your work very much. With or without the requested feature.
For now I downloaded the source code and changed line 167 in edit_metadata.py to include the focus_Action=True parameter: