I totall support your feature request.Regards,Martin> Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 
20:06:35 +0300> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: vdr@linuxtv.org> Subject: [vdr] 
Feature requests> > Hi,> > There are couple of annoying problems in vdr (v1.4.4 
at least but most> likely also in never ones):> > 1) If there is data stream 
problems in a channel VDR initiates emergency> exit. This can be a temporary 
situation and gets fixed in few seconds to> minutes.> > To solve this: change 
to other channel and infor user via OSD ("Channel> not available" or something 
similar)> > 2) If there is no data comming from the channel (e.g. new 
decrypting> card that needs to be updated first before it is ready to be used 
or for> some reason the key is not available) VDR initiates emergency exit.> 
Unnecessary action and user can do shutdown action if this is really a> 
problem.> > To solve this: do not initiate emergency exit but show message in 
OSD> ("Channel not available").> > Basically every unnecessary exit should be 
avoided because it does not> provide any advantage to the user - just the 
opposite. Problems should> be informed to the user and let user decide what to 
do in case of long> lasting problem such as missing data stream.> > > Minor 
feature that would be nice:> > 3) If there is a problem like crash with VDR and 
a timed recording did> not get recorded VDR simply deletes the timer without 
notifying user. Of> course the timer as such is useless but it would be nice to 
see that> this and this recording was not done at all, was not started in time 
or> was not recorded fully. This way the program can be re-recorded if/when> it 
is broadcasted again.> > And if this information can be asked from VDR then 
epgsearch or other> plugins can try to find missed programs again 
automatically.> > Br, Pasi> > _______________________________________________> 
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