Web server, browse music/video by library?

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Is it possble to browse the library via the Web browser, instead in file mode?

I know that the iPhone can, and I would like to do the same with my web browser.

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soder Wrote:Is it possble to browse the library via the Web browser, instead in file mode?

I know that the iPhone can, and I would like to do the same with my web browser.

/Söder

Nobody?

Is my question stupid or is my english bad?

Can't find info about this.

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This is what I mean.

http://wiki.xbmc.org/?title=The_Web_Interface

In library mode? Is that possible?

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No you are not making any sense.

If you want to control XBMC via a browser then yes, turn it on in the settings then navigate to it via your ip address.

As for library mode, i.e looking at all the pretty pictures/transitions/textures, then no. Your data is presented as lists. Which lets be reasonable is as much as you can expect from a LAN browser.

That being said there is certainly scope for making it a bit prettier, out of my skills though.
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