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  • Of course, now what you need to do is make one script that, on startup, downloads your queue to a tmp file, spawn the editor, checks for changes on exit, and if changed uploads it back to netflix, all in one step.
    • Actually, what I did was create :getQueue and :pushQueue. I think that I'm more comfortable being explicit: I don't want to hit the wrong few keys and accidentally delete all the movies from my queue!