Some shows (eg, Phineas and Ferb) can often be comprised of two episodes per "block" (or ~20 minute episode time frame), and in instances where one chooses to keep those as a single file it would be nice if the Multi-Episode support added a little visual divider/marker when outputting the Overview/Plot so that it was more apparent when the plot of one episode ends, and the plot of the subsequent episode (contained in the same file) begins.
My proposal is that we just use the same green dot delimiter as is used to separate Genres:
Above from: https://github.com/M...em/item.js#L383
It'll be consistent with the overall look/feel, and no knew styles have to be created.
I would have done a Pull Request, but I couldn't see anything in the default skin that impacts this -- I suspect that the Plots are combined on the server and then outputted as a single plot. Oh, actually, it just occurred to me that the plot is being stored as a single plot (in the Overview field) because it is a single file (duh!).
Looking at the details of an example it does appear that the Plots are separated by a CRLF, but lately Emby Theater has not been displaying those (I thought, though I could be wrong, that in some earlier testing maybe a few weeks ago I had success with those characters being recognized and outputting as space between lines of text).
Regardless of how we get there, it would be nice to have a visual separator (whether CRLF, or something else) for these plots.
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Edited by funwithmedia, 12 April 2017 - 09:39 AM.