bigj231 wrote:MtnDewManiac, You are aware of the URL tags, right?
think the most common way to use Netflix is just install Firefox for Windows via Wine and watch Netflix there.
Brian67 wrote:Nearly every reason for me to use Windows is now been answered, that is now that there is Desktop Netflix.
Nowhere on the visible portion of this box is there a place to click and accept a license agreement. The only option I have is to close the box and try again -- which gets me nowhere.
Anyone have an idea what I may be missing or doing wrong?
Myrmidon83 wrote:...You need to press tab, then the cursor will move to ok, then press return.
This caught me out a few times until I figured it out...
Az4x4 wrote:As you can see in the attached screenshot, the dialog box that has me stumped extends off the visible area of the desktop at the bottom. Apparently the "OK" I need to click is located at the lower portion of that box, and although it will let me adjust it size wise left to right, it won't adjust top to bottom.
MtnDewManiac wrote:...Place mouse cursor anywhere within the window you wish to move. Press and hold one of your Alt keys. Press and hold left mouse button. Move mouse cursor up to top of sreen. Release left mouse button. If you need to move window more, move mouse cursor to bottom of window, press and hold left mouse button, and move mouse cursor to top of screen again. If "super gigantic 250,000 pixel tall window," (lol) repeat many times.
When you see the bottom of the window (or at least the button(s) you are looking for), release mouse button and alt key.
The above is handy when you wish to move a window and the top of it is "above" the top of your visible workspace...
Az4x4 wrote:MtnDewManiac wrote:However all it did when I pressed OK was close the dialog box. Still don't have the necessary TrueType fonts installed so the NetFlix desktop actually runs! Arrrrggggg!!!
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ehoover/compholio
MtnDewManiac wrote:Az4x4 wrote:MtnDewManiac wrote:...However all it did when I pressed OK was close the dialog box. Still don't have the necessary TrueType fonts installed so the NetFlix desktop actually runs! Arrrrggggg!!!
That sucks. The good news is, when you finally get Compholio's linux Netflix stuff installed, it generally works really well (so it's probably well worth the hassle). It's odd that you're experiencing difficulty, though. I haven't installed/set it up in the last 1½ months, but I've probably done so ~20 times on computers aged from approximately 10 years old to "they just got it an hour ago," and all of them went fine. Even on two computers that I couldn't get the graphics driver installation/configuration figured out and, therefore, had no video capability (the Netflix "app" was unable to stream video in both cases, lol, but it installed and the browsing function worked)...
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