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Is it possible to share my game list, somehow? (as an example, export the list to a file)
Post edited April 16, 2020 by kingmustard
*bump*
see image
https://windowsforum.com/media/ussnorways-games-on-gog-com-www-gog-jpg.758/full

you can view your entire game list from the account profile tab... use one of the many full screen browser plug ins [I use Firefox] and save the list as an image

note; a lot of games = scrol to bottom of page so all games are in the list before taking screengrab
Post edited April 24, 2020 by ussnorway
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ussnorway: see image
https://windowsforum.com/media/ussnorways-games-on-gog-com-www-gog-jpg.758/full

you can view your entire game list from the account profile tab... use one of the many full screen browser plug ins [I use Firefox] and save the list as an image

note; a lot of games = scrol to bottom of page so all games are in the list before taking screengrab
That only shows GOG games.

Most of my games aren't GOG games (please see attached screenshot).
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ussnorway: see image
https://windowsforum.com/media/ussnorways-games-on-gog-com-www-gog-jpg.758/full

you can view your entire game list from the account profile tab... use one of the many full screen browser plug ins [I use Firefox] and save the list as an image

note; a lot of games = scrol to bottom of page so all games are in the list before taking screengrab
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kingmustard: That only shows GOG games.

Most of my games aren't GOG games (please see attached screenshot).
I found this here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/gog/comments/fwmx5p/export_your_entire_collection_on_gog_galaxy_20_to/

but i can't run it
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kingmustard: That only shows GOG games.

Most of my games aren't GOG games (please see attached screenshot).
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SonicScientist1987: I found this here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/gog/comments/fwmx5p/export_your_entire_collection_on_gog_galaxy_20_to/

but i can't run it
I could run with the Windows PowerShell. After i've typed in "python3" i'd to download and install Python v3 from the Windows Store, which opened automaticly. After that i've typed in "pip install natsort" to install a needed package.

And finally this: python3 .\galaxy_library_export.py -a -d ";"

The "-a" stands for "All Informations" and the "-d" for the CSV delimiter. In my case it's the semicolon.

The CSV file will be created inside the same folder, It's working fine for me.
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ksduck: I could run with the Windows PowerShell. After i've typed in "python3" i'd to download and install Python v3 from the Windows Store, which opened automaticly. After that i've typed in "pip install natsort" to install a needed package.

And finally this: python3 .\galaxy_library_export.py -a -d ";"

The "-a" stands for "All Informations" and the "-d" for the CSV delimiter. In my case it's the semicolon.

The CSV file will be created inside the same folder, It's working fine for me.
Thanks for the reply, i will try that.


Edit: After i type python3 .\galaxy_library_export.py -a -d ";" it makes an error:
IndentationError: unexpected indent

Do you know how to fix it??
Post edited August 30, 2021 by SonicScientist1987
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ksduck: I could run with the Windows PowerShell. After i've typed in "python3" i'd to download and install Python v3 from the Windows Store, which opened automaticly. After that i've typed in "pip install natsort" to install a needed package.

And finally this: python3 .\galaxy_library_export.py -a -d ";"

The "-a" stands for "All Informations" and the "-d" for the CSV delimiter. In my case it's the semicolon.

The CSV file will be created inside the same folder, It's working fine for me.
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SonicScientist1987: Thanks for the reply, i will try that.

Edit: After i type python3 .\galaxy_library_export.py -a -d ";" it makes an error:
IndentationError: unexpected indent

Do you know how to fix it??
Try removing the quotes ("") around the semicolon.
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SonicScientist1987: Thanks for the reply, i will try that.

Edit: After i type python3 .\galaxy_library_export.py -a -d ";" it makes an error:
IndentationError: unexpected indent

Do you know how to fix it??
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akaSaikou: Try removing the quotes ("") around the semicolon.
I will try that