When will you work on these two Points?
Would be really useful to have some sort of alphabet location indicator visible when scrolling through a large movie database. Currently you just have to scroll really fast, then stop to see what you are up to then scroll fast again, stop and see where you are etc.
Would be better if a letter came up while scrolling to indicate where you were. for example A while still in all movies beginning with A, then moving through to B, C, D etc.
I would like my single season/miniseries shows to omit “Season 1” when viewing the episodes and “1 Season” when in Grid View. I know it’s just an aesthetic thing so I try to not let it bother me too much.
I use Plex to manage my library and have Infuse plugged into the server. There’s a setting in Plex to hide the season count per show and removes it from the UI. It’s what I use to display miniseries properly flattened in Plex but I don’t believe that is supported in Infuse.
We have the Feeling that some other things are constantly being preferred. How currently the direct Server-Integration
Working on lots of things for 7.6.
We’re continuously working on new features and improvements for Infuse, and a preview of some of the things we have in the pipeline can be found below. A complete history of past releases can be found
Infuse Pro subscribers receive new updates automatically
Fixed Play/Loop/Shuffle for Collections (tvOS)
Fixed jittery playback with specific videos (macOS)
Fixed watch statuses for TV shows when browsing Emby, Jellyfin, Plex directly
7.6 (in progress)
New direct mode…
But what means „in progress“?
Because „Direct Mode“ is also currently tagged as „in progress“
It means both the features you mentioned are actively being worked on, as is direct mode.
The main thing is it’s not an eta — but it does (presumably) indicate that it’s what Firecore is currently putting their daily efforts into developing.
Hence: “In Progress”.
Whenever they finish working on it, it will either be released, or (presumably) be “postponed”, reverted back to a status of “planned”, or retagged back to the dreaded purgatory of “wishlist” items to let folks know ongoing efforts had been abandoned.