Currently, you have to click on the left or right arrow in the up next list.
Could we get it to respond like the recently added TV and Movies lists below it and use the mouse or track pad to swipe left and right?
Why have two different actions on the same page to do the same movement?
So no one else uses the swipe gesture on the Mac version of Infuse?
And please also add swipe left&right for
Collections and TV-Shows on AppleTV to swipe through the next Item in the Collection or the next Episode
On mac, you can’t use your trackpad to scroll left and right on the top
Exactly what I said in the first post.
We all do
Judging from the lack of support of users clicking on the like button on the first post I’m not sure it’s used very much.
It’s kind of an internet thing. Even if people fully agree with you and you’re getting bashed they will not step in. I can guarantee you 90% or more of the max users want this.
Anyone else wish you could scroll horizontally on the watching row (the top most row in home) in macos like you can with the other rows of content?
Have to click the buttons on the right instead. Scroll would be nice.
I moved your post to a currently running thread requesting that feature.
Don’t forget that you need to click the like button on the first post in this thread to show your support for this suggestion!
It’s quite weird that this is not a feature. It doesn’t make any logical sense.
when we could be swiping.
He’s trying to help you keep fingerprints and smudges off your monitors. Think it through.
It seems that it’s not possible to scroll through the top most section of the Infuse “home” screen, except by clicking the tiny, automatically hiding, chevrons on the left and right. For all the other sections (e.g. “On Deck” or “Picks of the Day”) it is possible to scroll using two fingers.
Is this a bug/oversight or intended behaviour?
Screenshot of the top most section:
Edit: Sorry, didn’t see through searching that there was already a thread for this.
yeah this app is missing some common conventions of macOS apps, such as “three finger swipe” to go back badges (akin to iOS’ swipe to go back a page)