Originally Posted by Terminader
and I really enjoy the Sweaty DJ in the Cymatic Jazz video!
I think he's miming.
Originally Posted by aperry
It may be minor, but there's at least one piece of functionality impacted by the ad: If you try to configure a remote control macro to open Netflix (or any Smart Hub app), then you can no longer rely on it being in a certain position in the Smart Hub menu and instead you need to jump through hoops to make this work. Maybe someone knows of a better way, but I would have liked to perform "open smart hub, right arrow, select" to open Netflix. The ad slot comes and goes, you cannot rely on it being there.
On this point - surely you still can?
When the advert is not present, the bottom row of smart hub is
[settings] [source] [search] [Divider] [your 1st icon] [your 2nd icon] [your 3rd icon]
With the advert, it's
[settings] [source] [search] [advert] [Divider] [your 1st icon] [your 2nd icon] [your 3rd icon]
In my picture, Sky is my 1st icon; the YouTube is my 2nd.
ie The advert only appears to the LEFT of the Divider line.
When I press "Home", the cursor lands to the RIGHT of the divider in both cases. On whichever source I was currently on.
If I was on Sky and press "Home", the cursor starts on Sky as the selected icon.
If I was in YouTube, the selected icon is YouTube when Home is pressed.
So I don't see how any pre-programmed number of "right" commands would work, because it depends on whether you start from [1st] or [2nd] for example?
Have I misunderstood you?