[fixed] - EPG opens on wrong channel/Trouble starting TV after Radio

Discussion in 'MediaPortal 1.2.0 ALPHA' started by doveman, April 8, 2011.

  1. doveman

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    The first problem is that when opening the EPG the wrong channel is often highlighted. It seems to get stuck on the channel that was being watched prior to the current one. I've found that pressing the Info button to bring up the menu whilst watching TV triggers something that fixes this, as the next time I open the EPG the current channel is highlighted. This has been bugging me for a while now but happened earlier this evening so hopefully will show in the attached logs.



    The other problem only occurred this evening but I don't tend to use the Radio side of MP much. After trying to play a few radio channels (and failing due to weak signal), when I returned to the TV EPG and tried to watch "5", it said it could not create graph. I tried several times and got the same error each time, so I then tried "BBC1" which worked straight away and after that I could switch to "5" without any problems.

    I also noticed that when selecting a non-current programme in the Radio Guide, the menu that comes up says "View this channel", which could perhaps be changed to "Listen to this channel" to make more sense.
     
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    There are a load of fixes for radio in 1.2 beta (one of which changes "view this chanel" to "listen to this station". I think the issues you are seeing are fixed in latest svn
     
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    Cheers. I look forward to testing it.
     
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