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  1. paul1965

    Customize home screen rows

    I made the switch from Plex to Emby not that long ago, and I really do like how much Emby can be customized. I currently have 12 libraries listed on my home screen, but what I don't like is that I can't customize how they appear in relation to the number of rows. For example, right now 8 of the 12 libraries appear in the top row, then the other 4 in the 2nd row (this is when viewed on a 65" TV, maybe it's different on a standard monitor). I'd like to be able to customize the home screen further than is currently possible by telling Emby how many rows to display, then which libraries go in each row (in my case 6 in the top, 6 in the bottom). A further step would be to then center each row on the screen instead of the current left justification. Any thoughts or suggestions?
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