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  1. I've been trying to get this to work now for a few weeks. Hate to compare to the "other" media server out there, Plex, but this resume function kinda has me scratching my head. It seems to me the way it should work, as it does on the other tool, is when say a video, be it TV, Movie, whatever, is started on the Android App or in a browser, the server should remember the spot where the video was stopped, then no matter how long it is later, I should be able to pick up right back at that same spot, aka, Resume, correct? In Emby, I start a video playing on Android, then it does indeed show up in the Resume category in the browser with the green bar indicating how much is left to view, I select Resume for playback, and without fail it goes back to the beginning of the video. I hate to sound like I'm complaining, because I truly find the convenience of either of these media server tools to be mind blowing, and Emby has some great stuff going for it over Plex, except this one thing has been bugging me, and as a supporting member of the community/tool, I'd really like to have this aspect functioning. I've attached an image of my Playback/Resume settings. Maybe I'm missing something completely obvious. If so, any thoughts? Thanks! Brandon
  2. Can anyone give me an example how to request json data from the api in a http url?
  3. Back in the day, I had an ATI TV tuner that conveniently integrated TV with a sidebar in Internet Explorer. It was the most fantastic thing, to browse the web with a TV display inside the browser. To this day, I have not seen another attempt to accomplish something so multimedia feature rich. I thought I'd put a feature request in with the Media Browser crew, hoping you can deliver on such a fantastic way of browsing the web. I mocked up a Photoshop pic illustrating what I'm referring to. Hope this looks like something worthwhile. Thanks for the development of Media Browser, I'm using it with my Ceton tuner and it works so brilliantly!
  4. tekno23

    Playing the Latest Recording

    Hi, because of some problems with the "Windows 8" MediaBrowser on "Windows Technical Preview", I'm using the direct browser-based connection instead. So far, playback is great, but it seems there's no easy way to go from the "Latest" page to directly play the latest recording from any series. When I click on the "latest", it takes me to the full series listing, and I then seem to need to scroll down and click on the season, then scroll down to find the episode. I am probably missing something but shouldn't the 'latest' view let me play the 'latest' episode directly? Hopefully this is an easy thing that I'm just not seeing. This is IE 11 on the Technical Preview of Windows 10. Thanks!
  5. Zero_Kool

    ANSWERED Media Browser Theater?

    Where is the media browser theater located or how do I get setup with it or what is it exactly?
  6. When you work with zoomed browser web app produces a minor rendering bug: Here: It gets annoying if you scroll, because those pixels change rapidly catching your eye. Cheers,
  7. -I currently have MB3 server running and my xbox 360 with windows media center has the MB classic installed. For some reason it's pulling in all the episodes metadata and I don't even have my shows in that folder?
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