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Topic # 78911 10-Mar-2011 04:20
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So I've got my guide working and have a full 7 day EPG using BSEPG.

I've downloaded and setup the white channel logos that have been made available here on geekzone.

They're not showing (except Maori Television).


Pretty sure it's because of the "Channel listing".
If I set the Maori channel to any other logo in BSEPG it shows (so it's just that channel that's working - and nothing wrong with the logo files).

There are two of each channel when you go to "Edit Listings" so I assume they're all (except Maori) using the wrong one (EIT presumably) and not the data ESEPG has imported.

But I can't change it...?

Choosing anything from the list is basically doing the same thing as if I'd hit "Cancel".
(goes back to the previous screen without seemingly have done anything)
"Show no listings for this channel" does nothing as well.

Just seems to me like this screen doesn't work?!

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  Reply # 447174 10-Mar-2011 09:43
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From BSE window there is an option to disable inband EPG data. Use that to disable it for the problem channels.







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  Reply # 447347 10-Mar-2011 16:34
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Sorry forgot to mention I've already done that.
And checked that they are all in fact disabled when looking from within media center.)

Have read though all the common 'issues' and things to check.

Pretty sure it's just the listings are wrong?
If inband stuff is disable do you still get 2x each channel in listings?
Don't see why I can see full 7 day EPG in the guide if it really is the wrong listing selected?

(But yeah I can't set no listing data or make channel one display channel two listing data for example - just doesn't seem to work.)

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