[mythtv-users] Watch list problem
jruss at mit.edu
Tue Oct 7 14:49:18 UTC 2008
> Anyway, to my luck, the developer who made this function did a good job.
> Even though the GUI don't allow my to set a lower value than 1 for the
> exlude setting it is possible to set the value to 0 in the database. And
> this way the Watch List never exclude any episodes, it shows all episodes
> that i haven't watched. So now when i have watched and/or deleted a episode
> of Seinfeld the next not watched episode shows up. Exactly as i want it.
Wow thanks for that tip. I had figured out how to get the watch list in the
right order for me. But I quit using it because I, like you, frequently
stock up 2 or 3 episodes of a show and watch them on the same evening. I
liked how the watch list limits it to a single episode of any given series.
But it drove me crazy that once I watched an episode and deleted it, it
doesn't immediately populate the list with the next most recent unwatched
episode. Setting the value to 0 as you described hopefully will give the
exact behavior I want and expect from the watch list. Thanks.
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