VDR User wrote:
Also, the user "inactivity" stuff is again, a bad idea. Vdr should not assume anything or take action just because the user hasn't interacted with it in a while. This type of behavior is simply not consistent with other devices and not a behavior the user would expect. My tv will not turn itself off based on my 'inactivity'.


You can set the config option "Min User Inactivity" to 0, and VDR wont ever get 'inactive' by itself.

(with one exception, if a recording is going on and you press the power key, VDR will do the shutdown at end of recording. Technically this is user inactivity.)

The inactivity shutdown is nice as a fallback, for example if I just forgot to shut down, or if a power failure caused a reboot to make sure the wakeup is re-programmed.


Cheers,

Udo


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