Posts by ellis


    Sure it's possible, just adding "--start-fullscreen Netflix Germany - Watch TV Shows Online, Watch Movies Online" to the Chrome arguments. You don't need to put it in the image, you can make a copy of the system skin (/usr/share/kodi/addons/skin.estuary) and put it in your user folder (/storage/.kodi/addons) then make the adjustments in xml/Home.xml (search for Chrome).


    Well I've tried every combination of passing chrome arguments into the XML file but all end in a kodi going to a black screen for about 10 seconds, then returning to kodi. (Tried with quotes, without, in varying order, etc.) I tested launching chrome via ssh using the same arguments and they work fine (full screen, loads to netflix) so I can only assume those arguments can't be passed in the xml file. I then attempted to create a script and load it that way, but get the same black screen. Any idea?


    Sure it's possible, just adding "--start-fullscreen Netflix Germany - Watch TV Shows Online, Watch Movies Online" to the Chrome arguments. You don't need to put it in the image, you can make a copy of the system skin (/usr/share/kodi/addons/skin.estuary) and put it in your user folder (/storage/.kodi/addons) then make the adjustments in xml/Home.xml (search for Chrome).


    This is great. Thank you. Can you point me in the direction of where I would find the defaultaddon icons? I'd like to make a custom one for netflix, but can't seem to find their location in the skin folder or anywhere else.

    This is an incredible build and almost exactly what I've been looking for sans one thing.


    Would it be possible to create a netflix link similar to spotify/chrome? I'd guess a simple full screen chrome container sans tabs & address bar (kiosk mode) that points to netflix.com/browse would be perfect, but have no idea how to begin to implement it let alone compile it into an img.


    Currently have this up and running on an old asus cn 60 chromebox. Runs a heck of a lot smoother & faster than android x86, open elec, or gallium.