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# 180877 24-Sep-2015 18:15
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I have just installed Lightbox on a PS3 had a play watched a couple of early Black Books.

My problem is I have clicked on some episodes but can't get back to them can you only watch once as I find it hard to navigate, perhaps I'm pressing wrong buttons!

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  # 1401610 7-Oct-2015 10:58
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Drop our support team a line at help@lightbox.co.nz - they'll be happy to help!

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  # 1413007 23-Oct-2015 19:52
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Did you get it sorted.

Just push up Button or left joystick up when you have yellow play, it go to espoides and then just left and right to cycle through them.

Press down once you got one want so play changes to yellow, and then X button to start playing.

I'm mainly use chrome cast, so hadn't looked at it for a while.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1413011 23-Oct-2015 20:18
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Yes - interesting and I'm glad this has been brought up.

I have found replaying episodes very difficult on Lightbox. As far as I can see, unlike Netflix, there's no 'replay episode' or 'start episode from beginning' button - so if you want to re-watch an episode or just see the last part of it, you have to go to where you left off watching and quickly hit the rewind button to go back to where you want to start re-watching. i.e. when you select the last episode you watched, it will only take you back to where you last watched, with no other options. Very frustrating and annoying.

Edit: The OP is referring to PS3 - my comments are referring to several platforms but I  haven't tried it on our PS3 yet.

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