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geoff511 posted a topic in General/WindowsEmby on Asustor NAS - Access via Windows 10 using Waterfox Classic. (Waterfox is a clone of Firefox, but you can use a lot more Addons) Since update the left/right scroll arrows are now missing from the web page screen. It means that on the Home Page I can only access the last 9 1/2 Latest TV Show icons, the rest are off to the right, but there is no way to move the screen to view that way. The small arrows that normally appear to icons is not there and since there is only a scroll down the right side of screen for moving screen up/down, and none on the bottom of the page, I can't even scroll the whole page to the left/right. The right/left scroll arrows are also missing on ALL pages in Emby - the actors icons from in a TV or Movie etc. This error also happens in Internet Explorer. However if I open Emby in Microsoft Edge, the scroll arrows are there like normal. Is there a way to get them back in Classic Web Explorers ? Thanks
Hi All! We are a cinema museum in Canada. We have a Mediaroom where researchers can screen our collection of films using Emby. we hace an account for visitors wher the librairian gives the access codes. We would like to integrate the videos on our in Emby server to our website, for the broadcast of movies that we have the rights for web broadcast. This will prevent the duplication of movies for web broadcast on a separate server, but rather have Emby to broadcast at a lower resolution the videos we have in our Mediaroom for our web sites. We have a museum database software that contains all the information regarding the films and all the elements linked to this film. (written scenarios in PDF, photos, audio files, etc...) . This software has a lot more metadata for research than Emby. Also it contain informetion to both film in stock and not. The Research on our website will be conducted through this software and upon the user's decision, It will dictate to Emby to play this perticular movie the user want to see if is is in our server. Emby is a very good software for the individual broadcast, but not for intensive research on the internet. Our expectations are to have the museum database software to offer the elements and metadata that Emby does not control very well yet. (scenarios in PDF or electronic book) and be completed by Emby to broadcast the audio files, pictures and on our websites. Is such a thing possible? What would be the best way to acheive it? can we prevent the login and password? Thanks a lot for your help. ZardoZ