[mythtv-users] Scheduled recording overrides program titles

Michael T. Dean mtdean at thirdcontact.com
Sat Aug 26 04:07:11 UTC 2006

On 08/25/06 17:44, Bruce Markey wrote:

>  Robin Gilks wrote:
> >> Robin Gilks wrote:
> >>
> >>> A show (lets call it DS9) is on at 7:30pm every Tuesday on
> >>> channel 123 so I set up a rule to record it at this time every
> >>> week on this channel.
> >>>
> >>> The show comes to the end of season and another show (lets call
> >>> it Atlantis) comes on in the same slot...
> >>
> >> You've asked myth to record DS9 for you each Tuesday evening on
> >> 123. This entry is telling you that it can no longer record DS9
> >> for you because it it no longer in the TV listings at that time.
> >
> > So it is expected that irrespective of what the listings say, the
> > guide shows what program *can't* be recorded. Somehow that does
> > compute for me...
>  ??? s/guide/schedule . These do not show in the EPG, proglist, or
>  such. Only in the reclist to let you know the status of this rule and
>  that it can't record what you were expecting.

The OP is asking about MythWeb behavior, specifically.

I'm not sure when he mentioned, "When I look at the guide in Mythweb," 
whether he was talking about looking at the Listings (i.e. clicking on 
the Listings link) or looking at the Upcoming Recordings (i.e. clicking 
on the Upcoming Recordings link). IMHO, the rsNotListed should show in 
Upcoming Recordings, but I'm not so sure whether it should show in the 
Listings (if anything perhaps as a "note" icon within the timeslot with 
a popup showing the rsNotListed details).


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