[mythtv] Hidden channels appear in browse mode
Damion de Soto
damion at snapgear.com
Tue Feb 22 05:00:13 UTC 2005
Chris Pinkham wrote:
>>For a lot of australia DVB users this would be a really bad addition to
>>mythtv, lots of the channels here dont have guide data yet and its
>>useful to just hide them from the tv guide.
> Again, I ask. If the channels don't have guide data, why do you want
> to browse them? Is it just to see the channel numbers?
I'm not sure what Chris's reason is, but I'd like to keep those channels
programmed, because the australian networks use them for special occasion
programming. (well, this is what they tell us).
If the non-browseable channel numbers were listed somewhere (other than the
database/myth-setup), so I could see them, it would probabaly be an
adequate solution for me.
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