Plex for Windows 10 PC gets a bunch of bugs squashed in latest update

The Plex media home streaming app for Windows 10 PCs has received an update, which concentrates on fixing a long list of bugs that have popped up since its official launch a few weeks ago.

Here's the full list of what's been fixed in the new Plex 3.0.33 version:

  • (Video Player) Fixed an issue causing subtitle transcode descision to not be respected
  • (Video Player) Fix a case where PostPlay would not auto-advance if the previous item auto-advanced
  • Pressing backspace no longer navigates back when editing text fields in search and settings
  • Client could incorrectly attempt to claim a server
  • Don't play theme music if there is already music playing
  • (UI) Fixed "Now Playing" dialog when only one media type has been played
  • (UI) Corrected breadcrumbs for Channels and photo albums
  • (UI) It wasn't possible to delete tracks or start a PlexMix after deleting a track
  • (UI) The movie page summary block will no longer overlap details below it
  • (UI) Position the smart-playlist popup correctly
  • (UI) Remove gap above grids with no headers
  • (UI) Don't wrap director and writer content in video pre-play pages

The Plex app for Windows 10 Mobile is still in the works, but there's no new news of a release date.

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John Callaham