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  1. topbanana

    Highlight filtered fields

    Small feature, adding polish to emby... Currently, when using the Filter, it adds a blue circled exclamation mark on the filter button, indicating that one or more filters are in place, which is awesome!!! When we then click on the filter button, it's not immediately obvious which filters are set... And most filters by default "Any", but when set, are also a three letter code... So they don't jump out at you. So to make it easy, could you highlight with a colour, or embolden the filters that are set, so we can go straight to them and unset/change them as needed. This look and would work in a similar way to the about:config, chrome://flags/ pages do in the browsers... You can just really easily see what's been set away from the default.
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