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Calvi
post Apr 26 2009, 02:45 PM
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I have compiled a custom build of TV Scheduler Pro.

Changes are as follows...

A. Two new settings in General Options
1. Overlaps Allowed - A setting to allow schedule overlaps. This is an integer so you can set how many overlaps will be ignored, eg if you have 4 tuners then setting this to one will always add schedules if there are only 5 muxes.
2. No Channel in Matchlist Name - If set to true then the channel is not appended to the AutoAdd/Matchlist name automatically, eg House (Ten) becomes just House.

B. Calvi themes for both Keyboard an Web interfaces are included.

C. Widened status display 25 pixels to not crop channel names.


Just install Version 1.0.0.0 and then unzip this over the top. The versions are as per the SVN build, ie...

1.0.0.76.JC is a modified build of version 76 on SVN to be installed over version 1.0.0.X.

Download from http://mail.lewis.com.au/public/webschedul...1.0.0.76.JC.zip

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raym
post May 1 2009, 12:07 PM
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Sweet! I especially like your keyboard themes so thanks for this.

Question: why are the the standard keyboard interfaces (simple and default) no longer included in the new builds? I hope TV Scheduler Pro's not heading down the path of not supporting a keyboard interface. This is the primary way I use the system.

Cheers.
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Calvi
post May 10 2009, 02:12 PM
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No problem,

Yes, the KB interface is the only way I use WS on the HTPC.

I use the Web interface from other computers at home and at work.
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post May 25 2009, 11:44 PM
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nice build Calvi,

any chance of some extra feature requests, if you have a chance (and if you are able to make the changes)?

eg,

- not losing the EPG link when editing a schedule

- random (or alternate, or something similar) capture paths so a single drive doesnt get all the work

- autodelete defaulted to on (option)

- autodelete to free hdd space when min space reached?

Thanks

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post Jun 2 2009, 09:29 PM
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- not losing the EPG link when editing a schedule

this would need to be rule based, you could not edit the item beyond the times of the original epg item or it would have to be reset

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- random (or alternate, or something similar) capture paths so a single drive doesnt get all the work

not so easy but worth looking at

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- autodelete defaulted to on (option)

can you elaborate

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- autodelete to free hdd space when min space reached?

this is going to be in the new build available in the next day or so
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post Jun 3 2009, 11:43 AM
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I have started a thread on the new forum to discuss this (autodelete to free hdd space):

http://apps.sourceforge.net/phpbb/tvschedu...hp?f=3&t=26
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