TV Service Config - EPG "All Grouped" button selects wrong channels

Discussion in '1.0 final and SVN Builds' started by sepp776, January 17, 2009.

  1. sepp776
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    When pressing the "All Grouped" button on the TV Channels--TV EPG Grabber screen of the TV Service configuration, it selects random channels. There does not seem to be a connection to my groups. This problem has been existing for months. I think in it worked fine.

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    Yes, your right.
    The Problem is, that only Channels are selected that have more than 1 group associated. Maybe you have deleted the "All Channels" Group like me.
    I think that it is maybe better that user can't delete the "all channels group".

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