Emby theatre (desktop) not full screen on boot
Posted 07 March 2019 - 05:02 PM
Emby theatre (desktop) just started doing this a week ago, it didn't do this before.
I have emby theatre ticked to start with windows, which it does. Now it's starting in a window, and as I am running at 4k resolution, the maximise button is tiny and fiddly to click on.
Also if you turn the TV off (connected via HDMI) and on ago, it goes back into a small window again.
Both are frustrating, especially when it's in a window at boot up.
How do I fix both please?
Posted 08 March 2019 - 05:54 PM
You didn't give me install instructions, so i copied over the contents of that zip and overwrite the same files and folders in my emby theater folder. A x86 folder didn't exist before, but i copied that over too.
Now it goes full screen on boot, but if you turn the HDMI connected TV off and on, it goes back to a window still (as attached)
P.S some additional emby theater feedback/improvements:
- As emby theater loads quicker than emby server does in the background (both on same PC), emby theater sits on the 'select a server' screen. You should make emby theater allow to select a 'default' server in options, and keep retrying to connect to that server, so it doesn't sit on the 'select a server' screen.
- Add a 'Restart' button next to 'Shutdown' button.
Posted 17 June 2019 - 01:46 AM
I am having the exact same problem, I've been using on WMCE for about 4 years now, and loved it, but now adapting to Emby theater, this is a real annoyance (first world problem), as it means having a keyboard laying around, rather than just a remote. Thanks for all your great efforts.
Posted 18 June 2019 - 09:52 AM
Yes it's a real pain having to click the little maximise button every time you turn on your TV.
It's even more annoying with a 4k resolution TV, as the little maximise button on emby theater is so tiny.
That sounds like you don't have it scaled correctly. All my buttons are a nice size. And you can map the "f" key to a button on your remote. Then when playing a video, you make it full screen. I don't actually have this issue. I think it's a problem with Intel GPUs.
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