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  Reply # 1422181 6-Nov-2015 09:27
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Thank you for fixing

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  Reply # 1423568 9-Nov-2015 11:25
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Awesome, I was just thinking the other day it would be great to be able to search all of the streaming sites as you never know which one has the rights to show certain seasons. Great job!

I spotted a couple of things if you are looking for feedback? Nothing major.

1. Small usability bug. When you type in the search box but say make a typo, using the arrow keys on the keyboard to go back and forward don't work. Also if you have results already using the arrow keys seems to tab to the results rather than moving through characters. It is almost like arrow keys are tab. Tested in IE and Chrome.

2. An improvement for search, when searching for example yugioh it returns no results, only if yu-gi-oh is used. Might be worth adding.

3. I did a search for American Horror Story and the results from TVNZ are odd and makes it have 31 seasons. Might be a bug with TVNZ perhaps not your site?

However amazing search, just what I've been looking for! Thank you.



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  Reply # 1423840 9-Nov-2015 16:08
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leo0787sx: Awesome, I was just thinking the other day it would be great to be able to search all of the streaming sites as you never know which one has the rights to show certain seasons. Great job!

I spotted a couple of things if you are looking for feedback? Nothing major.

1. Small usability bug. When you type in the search box but say make a typo, using the arrow keys on the keyboard to go back and forward don't work. Also if you have results already using the arrow keys seems to tab to the results rather than moving through characters. It is almost like arrow keys are tab. Tested in IE and Chrome.

2. An improvement for search, when searching for example yugioh it returns no results, only if yu-gi-oh is used. Might be worth adding.

3. I did a search for American Horror Story and the results from TVNZ are odd and makes it have 31 seasons. Might be a bug with TVNZ perhaps not your site?

However amazing search, just what I've been looking for! Thank you.


Arrows keys.. yeah this is a bug thanks :)

Search could be a lot better its just wildcard like at the moment

The american horror story bug is a bad series link with the series "Story" on tv3.. (its all automated best guesses),  the code there need a bit more thought




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  Reply # 1435754 27-Nov-2015 08:16
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Is there any chance that LemonTV will be adding the SkyOnDemand content?
Movies and TV Episodes.  Would be good to have additional search function compared to searching on the decoder.
And interested to see how it stacks against Netflix, Lightbox etc.



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  Reply # 1435797 27-Nov-2015 09:33
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ockel: Is there any chance that LemonTV will be adding the SkyOnDemand content?
Movies and TV Episodes.  Would be good to have additional search function compared to searching on the decoder.
And interested to see how it stacks against Netflix, Lightbox etc.


Is there a web site for skyondemand?




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