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  1. Hi, I looked all the way through the big Emby Theater thread and there's a couple of posts mentioning how to autostart Emby Theater on boot up of a Raspberry Pi. I've tried a couple of these methods and also some other methods found searching the internet but I'm not having any joy at the moment - does anyone have a preferably fool proof or best way to get this setup? I'm running the latest version (3.0.3). Close to trying the full Emby Pi image but I have a few other things already on the Pi that i'd have to re-add and configure again which I'd prefer not to. Thanks!
  2. Hi, are there any workarounds to the black screen that shows in Emby Theater running on a Raspberry Pi when the OSD shows on pause, play, any mouse movement etc? From another thread I read about some transparency issues on the Pi as the reason for it, maybe someone has discovered a way around it or something to install to fix it? It would improve the viewing experience considerably I think. An alternative would be a way to dismiss the OSD straight away, I've tried the back button using a mouse or the Return button on my remote but both take me back to the movie details page so instead for now I skip back 15 seconds and then wait for it to disappear. I have also noticed a slight jump in playback and audio when the OSD does disappear, not certain why that is.
  3. OS = Windows 7 Relavent Applications = Windows Media Center, Media Center Studio, Emby Theater (v3.0.5744.24672) Remote Control - Rosewill (but this occurs when using the original microsoft windows media center remote) Scenario: 1. Configure Media Center Studio to launch Emby Theater as an Entry Point 2. Launch Windows Media Center 3. select Emby Theater and click 4. In Emby Theater, begin watching a movie 5. attempt to stop the movie by pressing the Stop button on the remote control expected - movie stops actual - no action taken Additional notes: 1. This same functionality works as expected when launching Media Browser Classic via Windows Media Center 2. At some point in a very early version of Media Browser Theater this worked as expected 3. using the mouse to click the stop button in the UI works as expected. 4. If I close Windows Media Center while Emby Theater is running, the stop button begins working again in Emby Theater Logs - Nothing appears to be logged
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