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The app developed by Jason works extremely well. I am using a Toshiba Satellite with Vista and the Autoplay app works in full screen and the normal window setting.
Hi Jason I downloaded your program and tried to use it yesterday to watch Bones season 3.It didn't work for me.
Windows7 Ultimate 64bit
Firefox browser 3.6.13
I see the mouse trying to hit the next episode sometimes it hits it, but it doesn't appear to be a strong enough mouse click because I go click it with my mouse then it starts. (BTW I use a USB mouse and I'm left handed use right side button) I don't know if that matters but hey maybe that helps you- can you set it to double click maybe that will help. I built this system myself and it is way more then the minimum set for netflix or Win 7. I also used the media fire download link.
Something might be wrong with your computer, both of them worked for me. Are you on an administrator account and are you using a firewall/protection software that stops programs from running unless you specifically state that they can? And you might want to test with both internet explorer/chrome and Firefox it might just be a problem with your browser.
This one was great since the first one stopped working and I tested Regulator's in both normal mode and full screen and it worked fine. Really like the 1-up mushroom icon that it has.
Well I have ran across this problem when going from different type of computers and graphic cards..
The issue sometimes is that colors might be different on your browser or operating system, so when it checks your screen for the image, it might be a slightly different hue that isn't even noticeable compared to the graphic that the program is searching for, so they don't match.
If you are having any issues with the program finding the next episode button try these steps to solve the issuse.
I left the image out of the program so users can change it based on this, or if you want to even use it for another program (say if you want it to click the "I'm still listening button" on pandora when sleeping with Pandora on).
Inside the program folder is a folder called 'Images'
If you look at it you can see that i just took the image of just the next part of the "Next Episode" button.
Go to your own Netflix player and scroll to the end of an episode until the button appears.
Push the 'Print Screen' button, then open a paint type program (Photoshop works best, I've used MS Paint and sometimes it screws up the image, and if it's not exact, it won't find it).
Now Ctrl + V (Paste) into it and it should be your whole screen, now crop out the just the button, it can be any part of it it, doesn't matter.
Save as a PNG and name it Netflix.png and replace it into the 'Images' folder and it should work for you.
If you don't have Photoshop or the similar, GIMP is free. I don't know why MS Paint screws up the images but it does.
That should help clear up things ^_^