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A few Maya questions about what shows up on the main menu

Discussion in 'Maya' started by coopers, January 27, 2015.

  1. coopers

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    Hi Guys,

    Maya is a great skin.

    I have some things I am wondering about with Maya:
    1. I have some things on the main menu that I think should be disabled - settings, radio, plugins, moving pictures are there on the front menu. However, I have these plugins all disabled. The "show my plugins" option is turned off under the "home" plugin. If I have these disabled I would have expected them not to show up on the main menu. Are they fixed so that they cannot be turned off? I have this problem with other skins too (although titan behaves).
    2. Is there a way to increase the number of lines on the tv guide? The 7 or so that are there are too few.
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  3. gonzo90017

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    1. The only way I know of is by using the Classic Home. Mediaportal Configuration> GUI> Home Screen> Only Classic Home.

    2. Mediaportal Configuration> Plugins> Select: MayaHD BasicHome Configuration> Config> TV Guide> 10 rows,

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