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  1. My request is for semi watched first episodes to be part of next up. Currently if you watched S01E01 half way through..it will not appear on next up. (next up only seems to kick in on S01E02 and later.) thanks for considering..
  2. IMO it is undesirable and counter intuitive that if i start (for example) S01E03 of Modern Family, Stop half way...and close start a client (eg Roku) the next day....look at tv 'next up' (aka suggested) and see S01E04 as 'suggested' not S01E03 (with the default option of resume from where i left off) yes S01E03 is under resume...but wouldn't users prefer S01E03 under 'suggested' in preference to S01E04 so the feature request is an option (possibly the default option/or indeed just the default with no option) that resume tv content is part of next up/suggested (and resume is the default play action in clients). And of course if there is a resume episode in suggested then the next episode of the show...would not show, Im trying to think of a reason why people wouldnt want this as default..but cant... but if there were any naysayers, an option on clients to mark resume content as either complete/watched or not watched/not started) in a simple way...would probably handle them..which i think has its own feature request. although a side issue to this feature request...such client functionality (to easy manage watched status) might become more useful once a feature to sync content offline becomes available..a although a native client would presumably sync watched status on recconnection, its not 100% guaranteed that synced content would be watched using the official client? one question..if 'resume' is a subset of 'next up' then why have 'resume'..... maybe its not required... one use may be people who do not want tv shows added to next up if they haven't completely watched 1 full episode.. imo it would be better to remove resume....and add such half watched content/shows to next up...safe in the knowledge the client can tag an episode unwatched (and if its the oldest episode (S01E01), then remove the show from next up suggested entirely). thanks for considering.
  3. MBS: Version 3.0.5321.35225 MBT: Version 3.0.5322.21219 (DEV) The DEV version of MBT above is not registering the USER that is logged in with Media Browser Server in ACTIVE DEVICES. MBS reports the Device and MBT Version that is running, but it does not register which user is logged on. This affects RESUME status and WATCHED status for any media you view. The systems sees the user as UNKNOWN, so no status information on media being watched is maintained. If I fall back to the OFFICIAL RELEASE version of MBT (3.0.5306.32477), MBS recognizes the user logged in and all media viewing information is again maintained correctly.
  4. diggityDawg

    No media info

    In the new player UI the end of the timeline shows the the time I started watching the video, not the time left in the video, like the old player. Is there a way to determine time left in a video in the new player? As far as I can tell, I get the time elapsed on the left, the actual time (i.e. 7:40) of day I started the video, but not an estimated end time (as is shown in some screenshots) or time left in the video. That would be really helpful, as we use that all the time. Another odd thing - I'm watching mostly standard mkv files, but so far none of them saves the spot at which I stop a video. Resume never shows as an option after I stop playing a video, and if I play again after I've stopped, it starts at the very beginning again. Am I missing something? I'm using this on a Windows 7 system, if that makes any difference? Thanks! Eddie
  5. UPDATE Just received an MBS update to Version: 3.0.5289.18702 Just tested MBT and both issues stated below seemed to have been corrected. WELL DONE!!! MBS Version: Version 3.0.5288.30195 MBT Version: 3.0.5287.42414 1. RESUME status is no longer being saved when playing a video in MBT with the latest Server update. 2. Trying to select the PLAYED check icon in MBT throws a THERE WAS AN ERROR PROCESSING THIS REQUEST result. MBT can pick up a RESUME status on a video if it was originally played with another client that still tracks RESUME (MBC, WebUI, Android). But, MBT will not keep any additional RESUME status if you play in MBT and stop the video again. If you watch video to the end in MBT, it will not update the status of the video to PLAYED.
  6. RedStripe

    How to turn off resume state?

    How to change media resume status? (i.e., want to turn off resume state for particular video so it is not displayed on Homepage)
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