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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 25996 8-Sep-2008 22:10
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I tried to make some channels not to show in EPG in MediaPortal (like Freeview HD), but then I cannot tune into that channel (it is totally ignored by TV server). I know I am supposed to un-tick the "Show in EPG" column, but I cannot click-it, nothing happens.If I finally succed to remove that tick, then the tick in the first column disappears as well, and the channel is not available for viewing...

how do I get to watch a channel without being listed in the EPG?
Not big deal, but I would like to "clean" the EPG list a bit: FreeviwHD has no EPG, Maori is not listed anymore in the EPG I use (DJKXML).




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  Reply # 163217 9-Sep-2008 07:29
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Have you tried going to TV Channels - TV Groups and removing the channels you don't want to see in the EPG from the All Channels group?






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  Reply # 163218 9-Sep-2008 07:35
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I did not declare any Groups, I think that page might be empty, but I will re-check it.
Thank you !




mobo Intel DH55PJ, RAM: 4GB RAM, Nova-T 500 HD + Avermedia Trinity tuner card, Geforce 520 video, 120GB SSD Sandisk + 640 WD + 1000SG, Win7 Home Prem 64-bit, Media Portal 1.15.0; BTC 9019URF Cordless Keyboard, Panasonic 55" (HDMI cable), HTPC Case Silverstone Grandia GD05B.


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