[mythtv-users] Up/Down arrows don't change the channel
masterclc at gmail.com
Tue Jun 20 19:50:34 UTC 2006
On 6/19/06, Michael T. Dean <mtdean at thirdcontact.com> wrote:
> On 06/19/2006 05:16 PM, Chad wrote:
> >On 6/18/06, Michael Sullivan <michael at espersunited.com> wrote:
> >>On Sun, 2006-06-18 at 19:22 -0600, Chad wrote:
> >>>On 6/18/06, Michael Sullivan <michael at espersunited.com> wrote:
> >>>>When I hit the up/down arrows on my keyboard
> >>>>while watching LiveTV, although the guide window at the bottom of the
> >>>>screen changes to reflect the new channel, the program being shown above
> >>>>the guide does not change.
> >>>You are in "browse" mode. In your settings you can change that.
> >>Is it in frontend settings or backend? I looked through the frontend
> >>settings, and I didn't see anything that said "browse mode" or anything
> >>similar to that.
> >In the frontend, go to Setup ---> Setup ---> TV Settings ---->
> >General, in there on the first screen:
> >Change channels immediately without select
> >That's what I refer to as "browse mode" ;-)
> >Select it to get the desired results you want.
> Actually, that doesn't enable/disable "browse mode." (I know, there are
> way too many settings to keep track of--at least until Justin works his
> magic. ;) That would be used such that if a user types 20 (and doesn't
> have any channels in the 200-209 or 2000-2099 or ... ranges), Myth will
> automatically change channels without waiting for select. From the
> Change channels immediately without select
> When a complete channel number is entered MythTV will switch to that
> channel immediately without requiring you to hit the select button.
> The setting for "browse mode" is:
> Always use Browse mode when changing channels in LiveTV
> If enabled, Browse mode will automatically be activated whenever you use
> Channel UP/DOWN while watching Live TV.
> and can be found under Playback on the page, "On-screen display" (I
> think it's page 8).
I came across that last night while configuring a new box and pondered
for a few seconds on what the difference was.
Thanks for the insight!
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