Post Reply Next show in queue changed from sub to dub
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I was watching a show and as I went on to the next episode, the show swapped from subbed to the dubbed version. I preferred the sub and went out to find the next episode that was in the next season which wasn't a big issue, but it would be convenient if the queue at the bottom had the same type of show (subbed or dubbed) instead of just a mismatch of which seems to be the next as it is presented on the website.

I was watching Durarara!! x2 and went from episode 12 to 13 (right after the promo) which swapped from sub to dub for reference to my specific case.
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Posted 5/15/17

I_like_sports wrote:

I was watching a show and as I went on to the next episode, the show swapped from subbed to the dubbed version. I preferred the sub and went out to find the next episode that was in the next season which wasn't a big issue, but it would be convenient if the queue at the bottom had the same type of show (subbed or dubbed) instead of just a mismatch of which seems to be the next as it is presented on the website.

I was watching Durarara!! x2 and went from episode 12 to 13 (right after the promo) which swapped from sub to dub for reference to my specific case.


In order to get around that, you'll need to manually watch the first 30-60 seconds of "Durarara!! X2 The Second Arc" on the show page: http://www.crunchyroll.com/durarara. This will set your queue to start on this next episode the next time you visit it. You'll need to do the same when you get to The Third Arc.
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Posted 5/15/17 , edited 5/15/17
I suppose that's a work around but you could also just select the correct subbed episode from there as well. That's not a real solution, its just getting to it bypass the issue. Doesn't change the fact that the queue is off and could be fixed.

My point being that you shouldn't have to have a work around. Other popular streaming sites like Hulu or Netflix just use two separate instances from what I've seen. That method seems to be better since it automatically goes to the next episode which is in the dubbed or subbed category.
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