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Master Geek


Topic # 42627 8-Oct-2009 00:31
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I've been running a script which I think I original found on this forum to get the EPG for Eye TV. I've installed Snow Leopard and it no longer works (this may be coincidence - I'm no expert)
Does anyone have a solution/suggestion please?

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  Reply # 262399 8-Oct-2009 14:07
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It seems that for some reason the script stopped working when it was contained within the EyeTV applescripts folder. I've no idea why that might be so but as soon as I moved it to another folder it runs and works as it should???

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  Reply # 264896 18-Oct-2009 20:41
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Hi all,


Got sick of the file the eye tv script leaves behind which if you don't delete means the script fails the next time, well it does for me anyway..


Bundled it up into a automator workflow then saved as an app with a semi recognisible icon.


Put it in your applications folder and run it,


It'll download the epg xml file, fire eye tv, upload the tv guide, wait 10 seconds then delete the xml file and quit.


If your're concerned about what the file is/does, open it up in automator to check.


Snow leopard tested only, but can't see why it wouldn't work in leopard.


Hope this is helpful.


http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/28308/TV%20Guide.zip




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 269361 2-Nov-2009 18:47
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alsta: Hi all,


Got sick of the file the eye tv script leaves behind which if you don't delete means the script fails the next time, well it does for me anyway..


Bundled it up into a automator workflow then saved as an app with a semi recognisible icon.


Put it in your applications folder and run it,


It'll download the epg xml file, fire eye tv, upload the tv guide, wait 10 seconds then delete the xml file and quit.


If your're concerned about what the file is/does, open it up in automator to check.


Snow leopard tested only, but can't see why it wouldn't work in leopard.


Hope this is helpful.


http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/28308/TV%20Guide.zip






Thanks, this is a great app, exactly what I have been looking for!

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