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miniop

Hello i would like to ask if it is possible to hide/remove from the movie information or a tv episode the Scenes , Details and the media info

 

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Happy2Play

I believe with custom css.  But one of those css gurus will have to assist.

 

Here is a start.

/*Hide Media Info*/
div[class="detailSection audioVideoMediaInfo"] { display:none; }
/*Hide Details*/
div[class="detailSection detailsSection"] { display:none; }

Couldn't figure out Scene section.

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miniop

hey Happy2Play thanks,

 

I have add the code in server / settings /branding / custom css but it doesn't do anything.

 

Any idea ?

 

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Happy2Play

Sorry the Descriptions aren't commented out right, or remove them,

 

/*Hide Media Info*/

 

/*Hide Details*/

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miniop

thanks ! its wokring perfect.

 

I am trying also to remove the scenes trying to find the div class but no luck.

Anyone can help ?

 

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Raff
Here is the tag:
<div id="scenesCollapsible" style="" class="detailSection">

Since the class is only detailSection, which we already see is used elsewhere, you probably want to use the ID. IIRC:

#scenesCollapsible {display:none;}

I am slightly curious why the examples (and the thread linked) has the div[full attribute selector] instead of the normal class selector construction:

div.audioVideoMediaInfo, div.detailsSection {display:none;}

I suspect Emby would blow up in general on old browsers that didn't support that selector function, but it will break if the exact format isn't maintained (forex, new style class added, an errant space is inserted or the order changes) in a future release.

 

I'm no CSS master, so I freely admit I may be wrong.

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Luke

Well done!

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Happy2Play

All trial and error for me.  I was just using previous examples seen around here.  Still unable to remove Scene with that example.

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miniop

@@Raff ya i have found this tag and tried something like

 

div[class=scenesCollapsible detailSection] { display:none; }

 

But didnt work

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miniop

by using this :

 

div.smallItemsContainer {display:none;}

 

I have almost remove the scenes. The Title and the icon are still there and cant be removed.

 

I cant pass the display:none in the div.scenesCollapsible . if i put it manual in the firefox development as picture below the scenes are removed but through css cant :

 

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Raff

@@Raff ya i have found this tag and tried something like

 

div[class=scenesCollapsible detailSection] { display:none; }

 

But didnt work

The "scenesCollapsible" is the ID not the Class of the div node. If you use the # selector, it says "use the ID of the text following it" and should work. However, I just tested and it appears that there is a style inserted (maybe because of the "hide" function somewhere) that breaks my original suggestion.

 

Here is the one that works for me:

#scenesCollapsible{ display: none !important;}

A quick walkthrough:

#scenesCollapsible tells the browser to style the "scenesCollapsible" ID. If you use a . or that [class=whatever]  you would be referencing the class of the div, not the ID.

display:none says to not display it, and don't save space for it.

!important says DO THIS NO MATTER WHAT! Which is odd to me as a programmer. I read that as "not important" but then as I said, I am not a web designer.

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orbitnz

@@Raff Great, thanks so much for this! I have been looking for a way to disable the scenes section for ages. This works perfectly.

 

Hopefully eventually there is a GUI way to show/hide sections built in.

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the-dumb1

Been desiring to do this for a VERY long time.  I don't do trailers and I don't care about the media information, so I was very excited to see the ability to do this!

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rckoegel

@@Raff Hopefully eventually there is a GUI way to show/hide sections built in.

 

Agreed! User configurable across servers via User Settings. But also Server Admin configurable as an absolute.

 

So, a User would set view extra info on movie detail view (if allowed by server):

 

  • cast & crew [true/false] if true, view [text only/headshot+text/detailed]
  • suggestions [true/false]
  • awards & reviews [true/false]
  • scenes [true/false] if true, view [text only/detailed] quantity [minimal/full] (minimal allows expansion to full, full allows collapse)
  • details [true/false]
  • media info [true/false]

And the Server Admin would be able to enable/disable each setting globally or per user.

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Happy2Play

Agreed! User configurable across servers via User Settings. But also Server Admin configurable as an absolute.

 

So, a User would set view extra info on movie detail view (if allowed by server):

 

  • cast & crew [true/false] if true, view [text only/headshot+text/detailed]
  • suggestions [true/false]
  • awards & reviews [true/false]
  • scenes [true/false] if true, view [text only/detailed] quantity [minimal/full] (minimal allows expansion to full, full allows collapse)
  • details [true/false]
  • media info [true/false]

And the Server Admin would be able to enable/disable each setting globally or per user.

You may want to put those in a feature request since this already give the user the option to do this via custom css.

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xelar

The feature request is a great idea. I do like the media info and details, but in my view the path to the file is unnecessary...

So in order to hide only the path, you can add the following

/* hide media info > path */
div.mediaInfoContent > div:nth-last-of-type(-n+1) {
    display: none;
}

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anderbytes

 

The feature request is a great idea. I do like the media info and details, but in my view the path to the file is unnecessary...

So in order to hide only the path, you can add the following

/* hide media info > path */
div.mediaInfoContent > div:nth-last-of-type(-n+1) {
    display: none;
}

 

I posted feature request as seen in http://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/30967-allow-customization-of-what-appears-when-you-choose-a-movieepisode/

 

Don`t know if anyone will implement, though.

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