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In the least couple weeks my Skip to Next or back to Previous file buttons have gone missing on all file types. Both in Chrome and Firefox, and both on this PC and on the host PC when I test playback. I have tried to install on top with a fresh copy of Emby with no changes. How can I get my buttons back?
Senna posted a topic in Feature RequestsWhen in "Detail view" of an item in a Emby library (like Movies), is it already technically possible for the Emby devs (@@Luke & @ebr), to incorporate swipe actions, to go to next or previous Movie in that library ? Would be awesome if mobile Emby users could browse their Movies in a Emby library just by swiping left or right AND still stay in detail view ! Example of swiping content with Infuse 5.x on iOS: https://streamable.com/5zv2i
I couldn't find the thread about this, but I don't seem to just go to the next episode when playing a TV show. I did a thread that it was the Chocolate theme that prevented this, but I just tried it within the Xenon theme and I'm having the same problem. IIRC, I was able to continue to the next episode in some other theme which I don't think is available anymore. Is there anyway to just go to the next episode automatically, the way Netflix and Hulu do? This is only in WMC; oddly enough if using saying Playlists in the web browser, they immediately just go to the next one. *On a psuedo related/unrelated topic - how do I make the audio for a show the default? I downloaded a show that's both in Russian and English; I've managed to set it correctly everywhere except in the web browser. Even when I switch it to the English track, the Russian just plays, with the English version playing on top of it. Anyway of correcting that?
In Media Browser Classic - Windows - Classic Theme Is there a way that the next episode automatically starts in a series? Ie, press play on episode 1, and it then continues straight onto Episode 2, and so on. Also, is there a way to shuffle play a folder or video playlist? This is not so useful for TV series, but would be for a folder containing music videos. Pressing shuffle play would then automatically play a random video in that folder.