On Thu, 2009-05-07 at 09:39 +0200, Frank Scherthan wrote:
> Hi Theunis, Hi list,

I have read the manual.  I understand how vdr works.

I don't like finding 4 instant recordings going, using up disk space and
10 old instant recordings that no one actually wanted.

IMHO: it is too easy to 'accidentally' bump the pause key.  I have done
it, my wife has done and my kids do it.  I could re-read the manual but
my opinion won't change.  :)
> Theunis Potgieter schrieb:
> > Well honestly I'm confused. I use vdr 1.6 and when I press down or up
> > it changes channel only. My vdr never pauses live tv. Mind you I don't
> > have a pause key either and neither defined. So perhaps this is the
> > way to for him.
> Why didn't you just read the manual?
> It is all there! :) It is really great!
> The point is: keys do different things in differnet environments.
> In liveview, the "down"- key decreases channel by 1
> in replay-mode the "down"-key pauses the recording.
> If you define a pause-key, than this key pauses in replay-mode.
> In live-view it creates an instant-recording, that is replayed and paused.
> Before anyone posts to this topic, would you please read the manual?
> I think this whole thread would not exist, if anyone would have read the
> manual ;)
> btw. the manual comes with every copy of VDR and can be read via web in
> the WIKI:
> http://www.linuxtv.org/vdrwiki/index.php/VDR_User's_Manual
> Frank, who read the manual ;)
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