[mythtv-users] Question about program scheduling rules in mythtv

ffrr ffrr at tpg.com.au
Thu Jul 14 06:09:55 EDT 2005

chris at cpr.homelinux.net wrote:

>On Thu, Jul 14, 2005 at 06:36:33PM +1000, ffrr wrote:
>>If I set a rule, say by selecting a show in the program guide, and 
>>telling it to record one copy of that show each day, it happily 
>>schedules that show each time it sees it in the guide.
>>But, if there are no episodes of that show in the current guide 
>>information, where, in mythfrontend, can I check that the rule exists 
>>and that it is just waiting for an episode to turn up?
>>From the frontend main menu go to "Manage" and then "Set Priorities".
>The priorities listing will include rules for which no matching
>scheduled items exist.  Rules that were originally created from the
>scedule will show just the show/movie name, while rules created using
>the search tools will show the kind of search in brackets.  If you have
>any Power Search items in your list, when you scroll to those items the
>"Description" field will show the SQL query.  You can't edit the query
>from within this menu, however - if it's wrong then you have to delete
>the rule and go back to the search menu to create a replacement.

That's great.  It didn't occur to me, but now you point it out, yes that 
menu would have to show the rules wouldn't it?


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