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  Reply # 684311 11-Sep-2012 12:05

guscunha: Hi there,

1 - when recording channel 3 or 4 on series it also mark channel 3 plus and 4 plus.
 
Gus.


i only have an answer for your first question, the units marks both instances of the recording as it is part of Freeviews series linking requirement.



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  Reply # 684337 11-Sep-2012 12:44
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Hi Duddyx5, thank you for your reply but I didn't quite get it.
I would expect that if I record one show in one channel that would be the end of it. A show with the same name on another channel should not be affected since I didn't choose to record that show on that channel. It is still a bug on their firmware in my view.

Cheers,
Gus.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 685278 13-Sep-2012 02:36
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I think it’s just as much freeviews fault. This problem is worse since channel one has had an extra 'one hour later' program. Freeview should do something to their guide to differentiate between the two programs. A bit annoying when setting to record on one and it records the hour later program. However as I always say I still love my 7090! Laughing

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  Reply # 685637 13-Sep-2012 15:26
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Yes I have had this problem at times also ........ this time shifting should be at my discretion, as it has cut out or not recorded programs on other channels that I booked.
Very annoying, and should have been fixed by now

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  Reply # 696154 4-Oct-2012 14:05
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IansOne: Yes I have had this problem at times also ........ this time shifting should be at my discretion, as it has cut out or not recorded programs on other channels that I booked.
Very annoying, and should have been fixed by now


Same on our one. In our case the recording is for Home and away, and is set for 5:30->6:00 on tv3, but it records the tv3+1instead.

Also see the same sort of thing happen with NZ'sgot talent. It's set to record the evening show on tv1 on Sunday, but records the afternoon repeat instead, and we have to use the ondemand to watch the show instead. Rather annoying.

Any ideas?

Fran

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