[mythtv-users] UK digital text question
M L Truscott
mltruscott at btinternet.com
Fri Jul 13 09:49:14 UTC 2007
On Thursday 12 July 2007 20:50:12 K.King wrote:
> >> > > How can you access UK Digital text, e.g. on ITV what is the
> >> > > keyboard equivalent key for the "text" button normally found on
> >> > > remote ?
> >> > >
> >> > > I've managed to set up access to the BBC interactive service
> (i.e. the
> >> > > "press the red button") and can access using the F2 key
> >> > > thereafter the F2 to F5 act as the colour keys and works fine.
> >> > >
> >> > > But cannot see/find how to access the ITV digital text.
> > >
> > > I am afraid that I cannot help you with your question but I am most
> > > interested to note your successes so far. Would you be kind enough to
> > > indicate whether this is very complicated to achieve or could some old
> > > boy like me be able to do it?
> > >
> > > Norman
> > >
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> I would also be interested as I have tried (and failed) so far to manage
> In case you have not found the other postings on this these were the
> Andy suggested
> it's not difficult, just make sure "enable interactive TV" is ticked
> under the setup/setup/TV settings/playback section, about the 6th page
> or so.
> F2/3/4/5 are RGYB buttons and F6/F7 are text/exit
> and I agree with Norman on all of his comment that
> It works, wonderful. That is what I like about this list, ask a question
> and one invariably gets a useful answer. I suppose these sort of things
> are recorded somewhere the real problem is where to find them.
> Nick also volunteered (which kinda also reinforces (all of) Norman's
> Key assignments are listed in the keys.txt file that is distributed
> with MythTV. You can view online at
>txt for 0.20-fixes or at
> http://cvs.mythtv.org/trac/browser/trunk/mythtv/keys.txt for trunk,
> where the ITV key assignments are listed.
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Thanks, we are now able to view BBCi in all its glory.
I double the idea about the real problem is where to find the answers (and
having the nouse to look!).
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