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  Reply # 1248279 28-Feb-2015 10:41
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paulmilbank: Would it be possible to add some logic that resets the resume time to 0 when the program ends? Our daughter watches a few programs on repeat and with the new feature if you start something you have watched previously it starts at the end of the program. 

I'm guessing that this happens because most people don't watch the show right to the end of the credits.




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  Reply # 1248479 28-Feb-2015 14:54
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paulmilbank: Would it be possible to add some logic that resets the resume time to 0 when the program ends? Our daughter watches a few programs on repeat and with the new feature if you start something you have watched previously it starts at the end of the program. 


Yeah. The iPad behaves like that (resetting the timestamp to zero on file end) and so should the rest of our clients. Can't give you a timeline, but definitely one we'll fix.




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  Reply # 1249973 3-Mar-2015 07:03
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Dulouz:
paulmilbank: Would it be possible to add some logic that resets the resume time to 0 when the program ends? Our daughter watches a few programs on repeat and with the new feature if you start something you have watched previously it starts at the end of the program. 

I'm guessing that this happens because most people don't watch the show right to the end of the credits.


Even if we watch right to the end, when you next start it it just shows the last second and stops. This is happening on a samsung blu-ray player with the lightbox app. Will need to check other devices. 

Cool, thanks Lightbox.




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