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Topic # 14705 16-Jul-2007 22:36

Guys you must read this:

It's about the MySky glitch happened a week ago, plus in addition some opinions about the new Sky Movie channel, which seem not that new if we agree that the old move channels are showing the same movie just shifted!

Now this is a nice monopolium over here.

(And I'd like to have a MySky box but not for this price..)

I is a kollege stoodent. Bee nice.

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  Reply # 78368 16-Jul-2007 23:18
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Yep just read article, very interesting. My recordings didn't get wiped but the programs set up to record claimed they needed twice the space then normal. Normally 1 hour is 3% required, but it had 6% for each hour. Once started recording, and with new recording setups went back to old numbers. Once recorded they only take 2% per hour.

Counted the number of movies on in June Sky watch (Movies 1 & 2) and it was 8 and a bit columns. In July sky watch (movies 1 & 2 and greats) it's 7 and a bit columns. Hmmm more channels but less different movies on. Alright for people that watch live broadcasts I guess.

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