Hi ML. I had noticed that several of my channels were missing from the epg list. It turns out this is because VDR will exclude any channels from epg list that don't have epg data. It made more sense to me that rather than excluding those channels, they be listed with "No data available" so the channels are at least still accessible from the epg list. Otherwise the user has to exit the epg, navigate to the channels list and find them there.
Since it's probably safe to assume most users spend most of their time in the epg list when in the osd, doesn't it also make sense that the full channel list should be available there as a matter of convenience? Klaus recommended I pose this to the ML and if see if others agreed. If so, he'll adopt the idea. So in consideration of the above, do you think the epg list should display _all_ channels, including those without any guide data, giving those channels "No data available". Or, do you think the epg list should exclude channels without guide data and leave those channels only accessible elsewhere? Thanks for your input _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr