Check mark on watched videos/movies.

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winestock Offline
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Ronnie,

Has the way that videos/movies have a watched check mark placed next to them changed in Eden? In Dharma 10.1, when I started watching a movie and exit the movie before I have finished watching it all the way through, I would see a chek mark next to the movie indicating that the movie has been watched. Now in Eden Betas I no longer see this behavior. In fact, I see no check marks and when I go to select the previously played movie I get the resume from time navigation menu entry.

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checkmarks are still displayed the same way as in dharma.
the only difference is, a partially watched indication was added to them.

the resume menu has always been there,
this behaviour can somewhat be altered in:
Settings > Videos > File lists > Default select action

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The problem I was having was due to me not seeing the side navigation menu entry that I could select between "ALL VIDEOS", "WATCHED" and "UNWATCHED". When I selected "ALL VIDEOS" then the check marks were shown. This was also why I was not seeing all my video entries show up.

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cool, glad you were able to figure it out :-)

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