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chenks

just noticed that the "continue watching" thumbnails are quite bigger when viewing using http://app.emby.media/ compared to local http://192.168.50.2:8096/web/

is this a setting i have missed on the user home screen settings that make them bigger on the internet hosted version?

 

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GrimReaper

Your local web app is stable server version 4.6+, while hosted web app is upgraded as latest beta 4.7+. Once 4.7 goes stable, you'll have same. In the meantime, you can use custom CSS to increase card size in local 4.6 web app. 

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i'm not sure this is correct, as it seems to be a scaling issue in the web ui code.
reason i say that is that if i view both the hosted and local version on my laptop internal display it shows the bigger version on hosted, but if i view both on an external monitor then both hosted and local are the same size.

this might be a scaling issue in the code on certain resolutions.

note that the increased size is way too big and suggest/hope that this is not the intended final look.

windows 11 pro using Chrome
laptop display - 3200x1800 @ 175% scale
external monitor - 1920 x 1080 @ 100% scale

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GrimReaper
Posted (edited)

Don't use external monitor so wouldn't know, might as well be, but on laptop display observed same occurence - but I'm adjusting card size on both local stable and beta instances anyway via CSS (note that it does not apply to hosted web app). 

 

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chenks

after upgrade to 4.7.x emby server, both hosted and local now have this issue.

i believe this is a scaling bug in the code, if someone can check and confirm?

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What is the size of the browser window?

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chenks
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Chrome running maximised with the display resolution running at 3200x1800 @ 175% scale (windows scaling not chrome scaling)

 wasn’t an issue before on 4.6.x

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