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Topic # 46701 7-Nov-2009 21:32
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Hi all

I've searched but not found a solution to the issue I have with SM Greats showing up with TV One epg data.

Does anyone know if there is a fix for this, or what I might be doing wrong?

Everything else is fine.  Oddly, when I first applied the Listings in 7MC, SM Greats was listed as a channel (with TV One data) but now there's not even a SM Great entry to reselect to try again?

I'm using the latest BSE tool (5 November) with defaults only.

Cheers

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  Reply # 274782 20-Nov-2009 16:58
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Hi


I look after the haventech epg.


Sorry I have been pretty slack in maintaining it recently! I tend not to notice problems with channels that I don't get myself lol


The SM Greats problem is an error in the xml file and nothing to do with your setup.


I am in the process of overhauling the service, and will get an improved service up and running this weekend sometime. The problem with SM Greats will be fixed along with a few other minor issues.


I'll be removing a few duplicate channels from the file so if you have a channel that disappears you might need to re-map it in media center.


Feel free to post here or pm/email me if you have issues with the guide or any suggestions for improvements.


cheers.

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  Reply # 274860 20-Nov-2009 23:35
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ok, I have fixed the problem with SM Greats.

It is now on a new channel ID, so BSE users will need to do the following to get this channel working properly:
1. Open BSE config, click locate new channels, select SM Greats (it should show up in the list of new channels).
2. Run BSE generate data and import to media center
3. In Media Center, you will need to remap SM Greats to the appropriate channel.

Issues with TVNZ 6 and TVNZ 7 have also been fixed

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 274904 21-Nov-2009 08:48
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Fantastic - thank you for this and also (of course!) the broader service.

Cheers

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  Reply # 274911 21-Nov-2009 09:35
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Hi. Also want to say a quick thanks for the great service - much appreciated.

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  Reply # 274951 21-Nov-2009 12:21
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Another thanks from me. TVNZ 6&7 listings have been driving me up the wall!

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