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  1. adelphiaUK

    2 (related?) bugs found.

    I have found 2 (related) bugs which are the same in both the Android and Web versions of Emby in that when the "Latest Movies" list or "Latest Trailers" list are scrolled, they just scroll indefinitely without any new images / details showing up after a certain number of images are displayed (no overflow cutoff). You then have to scroll back the same number of (blank) pages in the list to show images again. I suspect there is a cap on the list count stored in the apps but there is no check for this value so as to stop scrolling. This is just a cosmetic bug but in case people scroll/slide continuously waiting for images to appear, it will never happen. In addition, I have found another bug but I'm having to figure out how to get logs and report it as it's on the LG TV App. If I go into any section on the TV if forces the server to shutdown and I have to do a manual restart of the server to be able to connect again. I need to go into more depth and investigation on this as it takes time to use the LG App, make the server "crash" check the log to see if anything has been reported and then start the process over again if there is no information regarding the "crash" logged. I'm not sure if this is how I'm supposed to report bugs or whether there is a bug tracker which I haven't managed to discover either in the forums or in any of the apps I use (Web, Android and LG TV).
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