Doesn't start tracking the episodes when played via LAN1 vote
Yes, the Windows driver for the tracker app cannot read hdd buffer speeds to know how much you watched from the network drive. Try using plex setup with plex webhook https://simkl.com/apps/plex/
Option to , when marked as watched a TV episode movie or more, to be visible on facebook1 vote
Not possible anymore. Facebook has removed the API to be able to do that.
Create a Firefox-based tracker extension.31 votes
Firefox extension is not planned due to the high amount of work needed to keep Firefox extension updated on every Netflix site change and a low number of Firefox users on Simkl.
Windows 10 Netflix App Support2 votes
Hi DARKKi, we can’t change win 10 app interface but if you simply want to automatically track what you watch on Netflix, please use the https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/enhancer-for-netflix-hulu/dbpjfmehfpcgmlpfnfilcnhbckmecmca chrome extension, it will automatically import your watch history no matter from which netflix app or device you’re watching.
It seems the TV Tracker app simply monitors the running "known" player processes names, since renaming the zoomplayer.exe to MPC-HC.exe worked and scrobbling than worked too.
This is really "bad" design, instead of hardcoding the process names just put them in a simple text/xml file or add a option in the tray icon. This way you can support any player and version, without the need to update the internal hardcoded list everytime.1 vote
Thanks for the tip, cool trick. Good to know that worked. But the tracker has different ways of tracking for each video player with different file buffer readings, HDD settings, app closure, pause stop detection etc.
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