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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 90275 18-Sep-2011 17:00
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I've got MediaPortal all set up on Win 7 with my Hauppauge HVR-2210 (FreeviewHD Terrestrial). I'm using the Black Glass skin.

I am watching and recording TV, and using the EPGCollecter to generate the EPG. It's successfully imported and I have the MediaPortal TV Guide showing 7 day's worth of data.

However, on the TV  Guide page, I can only scroll between showing now and showing next i.e. 1-2 hour's worth of programs. I can change to the next day and the next 7 days OK - but always only  showing the current narrow time window - at the moment 16:30-19:00.

I can select each channel individually and scroll through the full schedule so I know the data is actually there. It's just the main TV Guide page which is oddly limited. 

I suspect this is a problem with enabling over the air EIT, so will toggle some options - but any suggestions or immediate solutions will be much appreciated! :)

 

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734 posts

Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 522786 18-Sep-2011 22:40
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[SOLVED]

It doesn't scroll past the next program if you use the mouse interface and click on the arrows.

It does scroll continuously through the schedule if you use the forward and back arrow keys.

ps Mods - any chance of marking the thread [SOLVED], or is that not the etiquette on Geekzone (as opposed to, for example, the Arch Linux forum)?

:) 

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