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It is now 2020, and the WebOS browser in LG Smart TVs (which I believe is Chromium-based) is still massively out of date and doesn't work properly with a ton of websites!
The main problem is actually very simple. The browser doesn't support EMCAScript 2015 or ES6.
Basically, translated from nerd speak, it doesn't work properly with modern code using new features created since 2015, so any newer websites will break unless they've been written to be compatible with ancient browsers and OSes.
This should not be the case on a TV made in the current year. It should be running an up-to-date web browser, if not for convenience, then for SECURITY reasons as well!
I have a LG 42LB630V, with the latest firmware installed.
I want to know if it is possible to change the audio language, for a mkv file that has more than an audio language and how to add external subtitles. Those embeded in mkv files are running ok.
By Radoslaw Dutkiewicz
Would you please add one or two shades of gray to the subtitle colour selection in the inbuilt video player (Photos and Videos app ) ? White is blinding on the OLED screen in a dark room while watching dark scenes. Also a bit thicker shadow/outline would be nice.
I own LG-OLED65G6V