Custom filter for partially watched movies

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  1. SpudR
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    I sit down to watch a movie - but some thing comes along to disrupt my viewing.
    How do I create a filter to show me the movies I have partially watched?


     
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    I guess I'm asking for the moon - no-one knows how to create a custom filter to only show partially watched movies?
     
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    I just had a quick look and was able to do a basic filter -

    Create a new empty menu item in the movie categories section .

    See screenshot below -
    movpic1.jpg

    Filter by resume time and play around with the figures .
    I tried as in the screenshot above and it listed movies I know I haven't finished watching .

    I'm not sure if the "15" in the screenshot refers to minutes or percent ( I assume it's minutes )

    It'll need tweaking and experimenting to get perfect .

    Hope this helps
     
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    Cool :)
    Thanks!!!
    I'll have a play about...

    #EDIT
    That seems to work :) THANKS
    Now how the F do I get it to show in the plugin??
     
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    Glad it worked for you :)


    I use Streamed , list view and my movie categories show perfectly .

    Here's a screenshot of my Moving Pictures setup -
    movies.jpg

    What my Moving Pictures menu looks like -
    11-24-54.png


    :)
     
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    Didn't have the categories enabled...
    THANKS!
     
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