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Topic # 136357 24-Nov-2013 15:45 Send private message

Is anyone else experiencing the above? It is on Sky channels only that used to show HD where applicable in the i-box, but no longer do?

TV1, 2 & 3 stills shows the HD symbol where necessary, but not the Sky channels.

BTW, I do have the HD ticket! 

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  Reply # 939977 24-Nov-2013 20:06 Send private message

The movie looper that's on tonight at 8.30 no hd symbol or dolby digital symbol, but then when it replays at 4am in the mourning it shows up, wierd.

Went through the nights sports, pressing "i" button and nothing shows as HD.

There doesn't seem to be HD after the program name where I'm sure it use to. I.e Looper HD.




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  Reply # 939988 24-Nov-2013 20:40 Send private message

OK, not just me then. At least that is good to know!

Time to contact Sky I suppose.

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