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Topic # 14168 19-Jun-2007 14:36
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Hi,

Would someone be able to post some MySky screenshots for me?

Mainly want one of the main menu, the guide, and the now showing/next program panel thing that you can open at the bottom of the screen while watching a program?

Thanks.

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  Reply # 75204 19-Jun-2007 19:31
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mysky - nothing flash.

main menu is similar to sky digital - the only difference is that there is a planner section where you can see your to-be recorded shows, recorded shows, and percentage hard disk space left. these are shown as blue background with words and is similar to the guide except it lists downwards, 8 per page.

the guide is exactly the same as digital, except that to get a channel using the numbers on the remote you have to enter 3 digits, not 2.

the thing at the bottom is exactly the same as sky digital except there is a red circle that has "r" option for record if you press the red button.

erm .. sorry no dig camera!




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