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Thread: Age ratings and Time play

  1. #11
    Right.. Serves me right for not actually checking the shot before posting, I would have swore this was the right one.. try this one

  2. #12
    Ok, thank you for the screenshot

    Is the folder that you are trying to access set to PG-13? If you right-click on the folder you are trying to access, what does the MPAA rating say? Or you can see the folder (is it a folder you created or added from disk or is it one of the pre-defined folders?), but can't see the actual files?

    I suspect the easiest way to solve this is to inspect the logs, so please enable logging by ticking the Enable Logging item under the Tools menu. After that restart the server for the logging change to take effect. Then please browse to that folder on the Xbox and once no files come up, stop the server and send the logs to support (at) kooraroo (dot) com. To find out where logs are, go to Tools -> Options -> File Locations and click the Open button on the Logs folder.

  3. #13
    I'm not near the XBOX to test anything further however I don't have a setting on the folder itself but I have ratings on all the files within the folder.

    Your initial comments suggested it would just let movies of a certain rating be shown then at a certain time files with a higher rating would be shown. My xbox does not show anything at all with the settings on the screen shot, and nothing set in the folder properties. Does the rating on the folder need to be set as well as having rating on the files and the rating limit on the xbox?

  4. #14
    If the setting of the folder is higher than PG-13, then the folder actually shouldn't appear at all. However, the Xbox (and Windows Media Player) are a bit quirky when it comes to DLNA, so they have their own ways of getting folders/files. They should still not be able to get around the parental controls, but the logs would show me the exact reason why your files are not coming up.

    I'll do some testing here as well with the Xbox and let you know here (or through the support, if you submit a ticket) how it goes. Ideally, though, I'd need to know the parental setting of your folder and of the files (at least one) in that folder, because they can be different and perhaps you've found some issue where it falls apart I'm sure I'll be able to fix it up quickly once I get either your logs or I'm able to reproduce this here.

  5. #15
    I think I found the problem - I'll send you a patch through support to try.


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