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# 48147 13-Nov-2009 13:12
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Started this thread to prevent hijacking Windows7 vs MediaPortal one any more.

I have loaded StreamedMP 0.8 onto MP RC4 (I don't use latest MP 1.1.0 because I understand my 8500GT videocard won't hack the pace).
I have used the skin editor that came with the SMP 0.8 package to adjust the home screen to be the way I like it.
What I want to do though is in the MyTV home screen change the target of the "recorded TV" button so that it points at MyVideos (which is where the new skin looks for recorded TV).  Is this possible using the SMP skin editor?
I intend to post this on the MP forums as well, but there's nothing like local helpSmile.




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  # 272744 13-Nov-2009 14:11
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Hi,

The Recorded TV link points to a completely different .xml file to my videos.xml
My Videos contains all your videos in your my video database, whereas Recorded TV just contains recording referenced in the tvserver database.

The streamedMP menu editor is only for changing the basic home screen, it doesn't change any other menus.
To do what you need to do you need to load the my tv.xml file in notepad and change the linking ID button to the skin id of my movies.xml




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  # 272745 13-Nov-2009 14:18
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  # 272746 13-Nov-2009 14:20
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See here -> http://forum.team-mediaportal.com/streamedmp-301/using-skin-editor-change-mytv-homescreen-73281/#post534055




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  # 272834 13-Nov-2009 18:22
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Thanks for the above. I'm at a bit of a loss to explain why the TV-Server database hasn't populated the Recorded TV screen instead of the My Videos screen. All the settings were the same as WideBlue that I was using previously.




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  # 272835 13-Nov-2009 18:32
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i bet you recently reinstalled mediaportal
run tvserver configuration and choose to reimport your old database of recordings




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  # 273042 14-Nov-2009 17:14
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kiwijunglist: i bet you recently reinstalled mediaportal
run tvserver configuration and choose to reimport your old database of recordings


No, it's a MP-TVserver combo I've been using for months.  The only thing I've changed is installing StreamedMP.  I wonder what would happen if I go back to WideBlue3?

Edit:  Just tried Blue3Wide.  When you select Recorded TV, the recorded tv screen appears and is populated with the correct data.  When I switch back to SMP the page is blank, as if it is not picking up any data.




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  # 273252 15-Nov-2009 16:04
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Thanks for your help (answers in the MP forum). A complete reload of MP using the latest Beta seems to have fixed what I was after. Now I will just need to test out the video performance.




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  # 273255 15-Nov-2009 16:17
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if you want to go back to RC3 then go here

http://code.google.com/p/streamedmp/source/browse/#svn/tags/0.7.409

and download old version of mytvrecordedtv.xml (hint you have to click to the next button)




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