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  1. There have been multiple scenarios that have left me wanting more granular settings in the Trakt plugin. The most recent example is: Show 1 has been watched in 2015. I want to un-mark it as watched in Emby and not lose my watch history in Trakt. It's currently marked as watched in Emby and watched in Trakt. Even though I currently have "Update Trakt watched history during Scheduled Task" turned off. When I un-mark Show 1 as watched, it removes all my watch history from Trakt. The Trakt plugin settings tick boxes, along with whether you have the scheduled tasks scheduled or not, give some control. However I can't seem to get what I want. I think back to when I used to use the Trakt plugin in Plex and it had "push and/or pull" setting options and terminology. How about something like this: Emby activity database changed to support better 2 way Trakt sync (as well as other things) Another pre-requisite task I think is perhaps a revisit of the watch history database in Emby. Currently Emby doesn't show you the date/time you watched something or the number of times you've watched something. If Emby did store this, the 2 way sync task to Trakt would act as a backup or both systems. If Trakt API was down and a scrobble event didn't register, the next scheduled sync would fill in the gaps. This is how the Kodi plugin used to work, it was great. Recently Trakt crashed and potentially lost data as well as had a long period of time when scrobbles weren't working. This would be a great use case of a 2 way sync in Emby would save the day. I did download through the Reports plugin, user activity. It shows events like "started playing" and "stopped playing". This should also have have "completed" which would equal media being marked as played.
  2. Hi, I am using the Emby Theatre on Xbox One S, and can not change the watched/unwatched status of any episode or season or series. I could do this fine on the web app in Microsoft Edge. Any suggestions?
  3. Hi Everyone I've been a Kodi user for only 6 months. During this time I was using mySQL for syncing the library across kodi installs and it worked great. I recently redid my server and thought I would try Emby this time around. My issue: After finishing a TV show or Movie (.strm) from the library the watch status does not change to "watched" on Kodi or on Emby. If I manually change the watch status on Kodi it updates Emby instantly. If I manually change the watch status on Emby it updates kodi instantly. -Local content works properly. -A .strm file (which is not in my Emby library) played directly from the channel add-on also works properly. So it looks like it’s only .strm files in the Emby which are not automatically changing to “watched” when finished. Here is some background on my setup incase its relevant. I have 1 windows 10 computer which acts as the server and the clients. It’s a multi-seat setup with currently 7 terminals although I typically only use kodi on 4 of them. Emby Server is 3.0.5934.0, Kodi is 16.1, Emby kodi addon is 2.2.10 (pretty sure I’ve tried stable and beta) Any feedback or suggestions would be great. Thanks
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