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Topic # 115779 6-Apr-2013 14:59
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It looks like the satellite MHEG5 data for Freeview is currently only being broadcast for today. EIT data seems OK.

Anybody else notice this and what's it like on terrestrial at the moment?

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  Reply # 794360 6-Apr-2013 17:21
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No problem with terrestrial, full 8 days for 28 channels this morning using Mac OS EyeTV version of your EPG Collector with Mono. And big Thank you for this software, I have been using it for 2 years now and it has worked  flawlessly every time, amazing, takes about 23sec.  

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  Reply # 794361 6-Apr-2013 17:27
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You must be on a very old version.

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  Reply # 794365 6-Apr-2013 17:53
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Version 3.1 last modified 15:3:2011. I modify the XMLTV file with Applescript to add categories and channel numbers so it works well with a XMLTV Viewer App on iPad 2.  
 

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  Reply # 794528 7-Apr-2013 11:13
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OK, false alarm. Due to a fault I introduced while testing.

Lucky I didn't release that in a fixpack!!

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