MP2 - V2.3 [solved] Nereus: search for movie title using the numberpad on the remote control (1 Viewer)

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    How can I search for a movie title in Nereus using the numbers on my remote control?
    On BlueVision I just had to type in T9-Style on the numbers, but this doesn't seem to work anymore in nereus.

    Using the search-function isn't an alternative for me: I'm able to type T9-style, but I'm not able to delete characters and the on-screen-keyboard also isn't fun to use.

    Maybe there is an easier solution wich I'm just overseeing.
     

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