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Topic # 45691 3-Nov-2009 22:31
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Regarding the xml file created by the xmltv.co.nz website, is there a way that allows one to see the 7-day EPG laid out in a fashion that's usable for a person (as opposed to a PC)? I only have the EIT data on my Vantage STB, and find using the on-line Freeview EPG a hassle - would be great if I could open the XML file in a way so as to see the full EPG laid out in order.

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  Reply # 269884 4-Nov-2009 09:07
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Search google for an xmltv xsl file.  I have used on in the past.

This one may work (I haven't tested it but it looked promising).
http://www.ericandchar.com/xsltvgrid/





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  Reply # 269892 4-Nov-2009 09:14
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http://tvnz.co.nz/tv-schedule doesn't tickle your fancy?



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  Reply # 269914 4-Nov-2009 10:05
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Oblivian: http://tvnz.co.nz/tv-schedule doesn't tickle your fancy?


No, it doesn't! It doesn't scroll properly on my laptop (perhaps a Firefox problem) and isn't the easiest to see on the Mac Mini which is connected to the TV. Actually, I'd rather that the Listener published listings for 6 and 7 - that may be enough for me to continue my subscription (I think it shows I just prefer looking this sort of thing on paper).

Anyway, will look at the other options given above, and have a go to see if they do the job - thanks for the ideas.

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  Reply # 270117 4-Nov-2009 18:26
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XSLTV which davidcole posted seems quite nifty. There's a test available here;

http://epg.pvr.geek.nz/tmp/




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