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dan at milkcarton.com
Tue Jun 24 18:10:15 EDT 2003
As far as point number 1 goes, fading immedietly if the OSD is up and
you press "i" is desired behavior. There is a setup option which allows
you to set the OSDDisplayTime. Maybe you should set it to something
like 5 or 7 seconds?
Neil Trodden wrote:
> I've had a few ideas about myth and wondered if anyone could comment
> on the feasibility or even just indicate if they concur or not.
> 1 When I hit 'I' during live tv, I get the osd for 3 seconds before
> fading. If I haven't read the osd before it starts fading, and I hit
> 'I' again, it doesn't reset the counter and starts fading immediately.
> If I hold I, it flickers. I'll be installing IR soon and thought this
> cause unnecessary battery/eye wear! Can the counter be reset during
> 2 I think this is a big piece of work and there may be more
> implications than I am aware off but I was thinking about always
> recording into the live tv ringbuffer, even when browsing the menus.
> Say you listen to some music for a half-hour and check the tv, it
> would be *really* handy if your 1 gig ringbuffer had the last hour of
> a program you just tuned into 10 minutes before the end. Any scheduled
> recording could override the livetv without prompting..?
> 3 My input source provides a widescreen picture. I have tweaked the
> settings to display this in the correct ratio but I get the blue
> background pic at the top and bottom of the screen. Is it possible to
> set this to black to reduce contrast against the tv picture? The blue
> graphic looks fantastic elsewhere but the option to disable the
> background image of the theme during playback would be a nice-to-have.
> I'm just interested in other peoples opinions on these ideas really, I
> might have a play around with 1 and 3 as they look like nice projects
> for a novice like me.
> Neil Trodden
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