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2020 and still not VOB subs and chapters in WebOS... LG, come on! Please make this part of a soon-to-come WebOS update! This is a matter which is really a big deal in usability and part of the decision for a future TV not only for me but many others probably. If I had known before buying it would have influenced my decision, and for the future it will...

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