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Hello, I'm new to plex, been watching lots of vids but can't find one that answers my question. I am trying to make available oldtown88.com to my family, not in my home, the list of plugins I can see on my server. eg... Nick, which is in my plugins, but I cannot make a playlist so I can share that with them, how do I share plugins or turn them into a playlist so I can add the playlist to the sh was/list I want for my family?
Now that both Yesterday games are out I would love a cover for both or a cover that incorporates both games... Thank you so much artists :)
Post edited November 30, 2019 by jimrh69
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tommyehall: Hello, I'm new to plex, been watching lots of vids but can't find one that answers my question. I am trying to make available oldtown88.com to my family, not in my home, the list of plugins I can see on my server. eg... Nick, which is in my plugins, but I cannot make a playlist so I can share that with them, how do I share plugins or turn them into a playlist so I can add the playlist to the sh was/list I want for my family?
I have read excellent tips and information here ... I am grateful to all of you
I need some advice here. I´m working on the cover for Megadimension Neptunia VIIR and I found this description on the game card:

Gamindustri – a world sitting at the convergence of multiple dimensions. Of these existed the Zero Dimension, a world on the brink of collapse.

Can somebody tell me, if the underlined part is correct English grammar-wise? Sounds a bit funny to me as non-native speaker.
Post edited 23 hours ago by Oddeus
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Oddeus: Gamindustri – a world sitting at the convergence of multiple dimensions. Of these existed the Zero Dimension, a world on the brink of collapse.
It's awkward, but correct. You could instead substitute "Within these existed the Zero Dimension,"