I did everything possible, even factory reset the firetv still did not work.@newcomer9087
I have no idea why only some of the graphics would be missing, as they are all loaded from the same file. Normally it would be all or nothing.
I suggest you try clearing the cache in the browser, exit the browser, and open it again. Maybe try the same procedure on a different device just to make sure your UI3 files did not get corrupted.
The behavior you describe from BI 220.127.116.11 is how UI3 currently operates. I'm not sure but maybe there was a bug in some versions between now and then.@bp2008
Hey aside from the issue earlier I've been having to stay with the version 18.104.22.168 since there is a feature that was remove in the newer version.
On UI3 with the version 22.214.171.124 when you click the delete clip it takes you to the next clip automatically and you can click the delete button again, on newer version once you click the delete button it jumps back to all the cameras feeds, and you have to click the next clip and then click the delete button again each time.
Can this feature be re-added again for next updates?
Thanks, changed the order and is working as I wanted thank you.The behavior you describe from BI 126.96.36.199 is how UI3 currently operates. I'm not sure but maybe there was a bug in some versions between now and then.
When you delete one clip, the next clip is automatically opened (unless there is no "next clip"). There is a setting which affects this. "Clip Review Order/Direction". The default order is "Oldest First". If you want, you can change it to "Newest First" so that UI3 will consider the "next clip" to be lower in the list, a.k.a. older in time. Perhaps this is what you want.
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No, that is out of my hands. If you want only the alerts that are not canceled, you probably should be choosing the "Confirmed alerts" filter.
bp2008,So I opened an issue with the team that created the WebCodecs API, asking them to remove the HTTPS requirement. But I am worried they will not care about a bunch of lunatics that want to use unencrypted HTTP