On Deck added for TV shows

roku

#1

New update to the plex server and now on the Roku , there is ON DECK for TV shows.. how do I removed ON DECK??


#2

@Chris_Robbins said:
New update to the plex server and now on the Roku , there is ON DECK for TV shows.. how do I removed ON DECK??

The only way I know of would be to edit the library and uncheck "Include in dashboard." That should work but it may have undesirable side effects.

Plex in its wisdom does not allow any of the $#%^%$ hubs to be turned off nor do they all the startup to be inside of hub. (ie. where you would be if you clicked "more" on one of the hubs)

Personally "On deck" is the only hub I use and 95% of the time when I enter Plex I arrow over to "On deck" and down to "more" so I can be inside of "On deck" where I want to be. It would be so much easier for me if Plex allowed us to set a startup hub where we would start in the "more" option of the hub we choose or start where we do now. But that would mean user choice and Plex believes we users are too stupid to handle choice and their programmers are too over worked or incompetent to handle maintenance of such complex code.

In other words it ain't gonna happen. It is the Plex way or the highway.

Edit: BTW "On deck" has always been there it just may have, on your system. been way over to the right. Supposedly the hubs appear in the order of frequency of use. (I do not think that works well if it is the way it should happen) It is possible that a new server version reset that somehow. "On deck" has always been the first hub on my system after the useless and redundant "Continue watching."


#3

The "On Deck" has always been an option....An option. If you went into the settings under server, then library you could turn it off by changing "weeks to consider On Deck" to 0.... But that longer works since the latest update..... I just want the recently added tv/movies.... I'd love someone to come up with a solution...


#4

I'd love to see the "On Deck" be an option as well. I don't like it.


#5

Yep, On Deck has always been there for all libraries but the release recently broke the only sensible way to remove it ("weeks to consider On Deck" to 0).

Obviously it wasn't tested properly before release; I just hope it is fixed in the next...


#6

@wheatism said:
Yep, On Deck has always been there for all libraries but the release recently broke the only sensible way to remove it ("weeks to consider On Deck" to 0).

Obviously it wasn't tested properly before release; I just hope it is fixed in the next...

Yup that sums up Plex in a nutshell, as well as Roku. Not properly testing software updates before release hence all the problems.