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Topic # 66162 13-Aug-2010 17:01
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I found a site about 1-2 months ago that showed TV1,2,3's schedule and I think a few others, it also showed if a program was broadcasting in HD or not.

I found it very helpful to have it all in one place, but I lost the site URl, does anyone know about the site im talking about? (maybe it was closed...) 

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  Reply # 367261 13-Aug-2010 17:06
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TV Ones schedule shows all the channels and a HD marker.  http://tvnz.co.nz/tv-schedule



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  Reply # 367264 13-Aug-2010 17:08
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Thats not it, it was very minimalist, one channel per page and only showed 1 day.
It wasn't any big company's site.

Thanks for the suggestion though.

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  Reply # 367311 13-Aug-2010 18:49
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I use this most of the time.
Gives you a simple, easy to read layout of what is on for that day, plus it gives you tomorrow's listings as well.
Probably not what you were meaning though.



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  Reply # 367317 13-Aug-2010 18:58
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Yeah came across that one, wasn't it :(

I think it was in one of the users signatures on this forum.

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  Reply # 367319 13-Aug-2010 19:00
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  Reply # 367325 13-Aug-2010 19:13
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dontpanic42: Maybe this?: http://www.codycooper.co.nz/epg/

GOLD!

Thats it!

Thanks

Where did you find it? 

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  Reply # 367328 13-Aug-2010 19:19
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TechnoGuy001:
dontpanic42: Maybe this?: http://www.codycooper.co.nz/epg/

GOLD!

Thats it!

Thanks

Where did you find it? 


When you said you saw it on a sig, I knew I had noticed it on a sig too. Did some digging and found it. Smile



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  Reply # 367330 13-Aug-2010 19:22
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Right oh, well thanks allot, really appetite your help.

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  Reply # 367419 14-Aug-2010 00:12
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TechnoGuy001: Right oh, well thanks allot, really appetite your help.

I run that website, and am glad you like it.
Thank You for taking the time to use it.

Do you have any suggestions to improve it?
Also, have you tried the show reminder feature?

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  Reply # 367517 14-Aug-2010 12:43
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Hi mate, what program do you use for viewing TV, set top box, Windows Media Center or MediaPortal?




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  Reply # 367535 14-Aug-2010 13:42
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codyc1515:
TechnoGuy001: Right oh, well thanks allot, really appetite your help.

I run that website, and am glad you like it.
Thank You for taking the time to use it.

Do you have any suggestions to improve it?
Also, have you tried the show reminder feature?

It's not working for me "There are no shows within the next few days that match that query!", even though I selected "The Simpsons" or "The News"...
The non of the AJAX was working at all yesterday so I guess it's better now :P (might just of been a bug on my end yesterday.

I might create my own site next time I have time, one suited more to my needs, which yours does for now. But I like the challenge :) (if you don't mind)

I do have a suggestion for you though, could you maybe have a, show HD only filter?
Also any change of adding more then one day? :) (Though I have heard that you might get legal troubles if you have more then one day....) 



valtam, was that question for me?
I use EyeTV. (I do have the schedule on their but I have to click into a show/movie to see if it's HD :( )

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