Netflix Queue Sorter

By Maarten Last update Jan 5, 2014 — Installed 81,530 times.

Google Chrome Support?

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mpritc3 User
ChromeWindows

I have been a big fan of this script on Fire Fox for a long time. I recently switched over to Google Chrome with the release of extensions and native support of user scripts. When trying to use this script to organize by title, the script will allow me to press the button but will not complete the sort. Is anyone else having this problem? If so will there be support for Google Chrome? Thank you for this awesome script.

Update:
Just to add, all the other sort options seem to work. Just the title sort seems to not be working for me.

 
Maarten Script's Author
FirefoxWindows

Hi mpritc3,

Thanks for the rating and for posting this feedback. I'll try to find some time to take a look at it soon.

Maarten

 
cmoesel User
ChromeWindows

+1 for Google Chrome support. Thanks!

 
Maarten Script's Author
ChromeWindows

I fixed the title sort problem on Google Chrome. Please update to version 1.13, and let me know if you see any other issues. Thanks!

Maarten

 
cmoesel User
ChromeMacintosh

Great! Thank you. Title sort works on its own. And so do other sorts. But I've found that combos don't seem to be working.

Usually I sort by Title first, then Genre: and the end result is my movies grouped by genre, but sorted alphabetically within each genre.

With Chrome, however, when I do the second sort (by genre), the movies get grouped by genre, but they're no longer sorted by title within the genre... It would be super cool if that could be fixed too!

Thanks!

 
Glenn Berkshier User
ChromeWindows

I am using Chrome 6.0.472.53, and version 1.13 of the script, and the option to ignore the articles (A, and, the, etc.) is ignored. If I run the same script in Firefox 3.6.8, it works fine. I haven't manually changed or adjusted any settings or script files. Is anyone else seeing this?

 
Maarten Script's Author
FirefoxMacintosh

This is fixed by version 2.0 of the script, which is available now.