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Film Playlist posted a topic in RokuI am painstakingly remapping most of the channels. Apparently, the EPG resources received from my provider didn't have enough information to work properly. Now that things are coming along well, there are two things that must be fixed with the Roku version of Emby. There is a serious bug where when I scroll down the guide, I can't immediately access the menu by pushing the left arrow on my remote. I'm forced to completely exit out of the app and go back in. This is unacceptable to have this bug exist for so long. Another problem I found that when I'm finished watching a channel, and I click back, the guide doesn't populate. I get a blank screen and navigate between menus, then come back to guide before they repopulate. Anybody who actually uses the Ruku version of this app should understand what I'm talking about. Second issue is, why on earth did you not able the ability for us to use voice search? I should not have to type out every single letter when searching for a show or movie!! That is also not only unacceptable, but it's also primitive!! I felt like I was typing on my old flip phone. Pleas work on that!! Please also observe the second screenshot below When we're remapping channels, PLEASE, PLEASE! Allow for predictive text!! Depending on the source EPG we use we are forced to manually search and read everything on the list, because they are not all always in order. It's bad enough we have to do this manually, at least make it easier for us. I don't understand things like these that can make a user's life so much easier are not enabled! I don't mean to complain, but this is ridiculous! It's a lot of work man!!!!
Bug: Image Fetcher settings are not saved if other edits have been made and not saved first. Workaround is to manage the Image Fetchers BEFORE making any other changes Severity: Important/High OS/Apps Effected: Server (via Web) OS/Apps Effected relates to hardware that I have access too. If it doesn't state other OSes, it's not that it doesn't exist, rather it's that I don't have the hardware to check for it.