Originally Posted by michaeltscott
I just noticed that the FTV Stick and TiVo have a new variant of the Netflix UI which makes stopping it much more complicated (OK/SEL, UP, UP, LEFT, OK/SEL); it also removes access to the debug stream info overlay, at least through the known remote key.
This variant has spread like a virus through my devices and is now on this smart TV, my Roku Premiere+, my TiVo Bolt and my Fire TV Stick; it is not on my Roku 3, TiVo Premiere, Xbox One S or Xbox 360 (though I don't know how they'd implement it on the consoles, since the control scheme is somewhat different; you hit the B button to stop playback and go back to the description and click the right stick to display the debug display, a key rarely used even in games). Given this rapid spread I have to think that they're distributing it widely and that it will be permanent. No more access to the debug stream info display on probably most devices.
Westly-C posted a picture of it another thread:
That little 3 element menu appear in the upper left hand corner when you press UP. When you press DOWN the same thing appears with a time line at the bottom, without the "Audio & Subtitle" button below it; the button that used to bring up the debug stream info display does nothing, except on Roku, where it brings up the system's audio & subtitle menu. The menu elements are, from right to left, "Exit", "Audio & Subtitles" (right hand menu shown in the picture) and "Play From Beginning".