El Wubo, It would be nice to have a "refresh" function. I may have several videos processing and going into my video folder. When I view a video, and then stop it, I can't see any new stop, unless I exit the video folder, and go back in. It then says "retrieving", and then can see new content.
I don't know if a timed refresh, or a button push (like the down button), then refresh is better, but either one might help.
"renojim" wrote:Mult. times but, since i could not fathom a reason for the bizarre behavior I took the reset to an extreme and did a factory reset. That fixed the problem after I went back through all the set up and re-adding chs.
Have you tried rebooting the Roku DVP? Unplug it for a few seconds and plug it back in.
Refreshing the list after a video is exited might be possible, I just have to wonder if it is worth the effort it would take. Right now, the content list for each level is built "on the way down" only and does not get refreshed as you move back up the hierarchy because it is saved as you move down and just redisplayed automatically as you move back up.
I took the reset to an extreme and did a factory reset. That fixed the problem after I went back through all the set up and re-adding chs.
Now all is back to normal. I have no real idea what happened but everything is good and working normally.
I guess, when all else fails, "Start from the beginning" is the way to go. Even though that took me a bit of time to get my Roku back to where I had it I would have saved a LOT of time if, after the first power reset, I had just done a factory reset and taken the time to reinstall my chs on my Roku.
Trying to save time cost me time.
I'm working on it now along with some of the other ideas that have been suggested in this thread. At some point I plan on going through the thread from the beginning to see what has been missed. We need a better method of tracking feature requests than just having them getting mentioned here and then getting buried in the thread. I must say that this channel has already far surpassed my personal needs.