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IceTV EPG Content / Re: Incorrect show listed in IceTV guide for Tuesday 21st
« Last post by Lisa on September 22, 2021, 12:08:38 PM »
Hi BazzaG,

thankyou for your email.
William Tyrell Part 2 will be in place shortly for Sunday night and Part 1 also entered in for late Friday night as a repeat.


cheers,  Lisa
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IceTV EPG Content / Re: Pawn Stars
« Last post by Lisa on September 22, 2021, 11:54:17 AM »
Hi Adrian,

thankyou for your email. I have amended the Pawn Stars episode tomorrow night to be "Pawn Of The Seas".

cheers,  Lisa   
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IceTV EPG Content / Re: Incorrect show listed in IceTV guide for Tuesday 21st
« Last post by BazzaG on September 22, 2021, 09:49:35 AM »
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Seven News Special
'Ivan Milat Buried Secrets - Episode 2'
7HD, 7:00pm, Sun, 26 Sep 2021, 90 minutes
REPEAT
The Seven News team presents coverage and informed commentary on special news and current affairs events.
Series, Australia, English, News, Season 1 Episode 2

And again ....

The above is premier of: 7NEWS: Disappearance of William Tyrrell (Part 2), not a repeat of the Ivan Milat special.

Also:

Quote
To Be Advised
7HD, 10:50pm, Fri, 24 Sep 2021, 90 minutes
We will let you know when we do
Australia, English

This is a repeat of Part 1.

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IceTV EPG Content / Pawn Stars
« Last post by aeb001 on September 22, 2021, 07:57:54 AM »
Pawn Stars - 'International Pawn Of Mystery' - 7mate HD, 7:30pm, Thu, 23 Sep 2021, 60 minutes - Repeat < wrong epeisode & it should be a premiere 'Pawn Of The Seas' according to other guides
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Humax / Re: HUMAX Support
« Last post by MD on September 18, 2021, 08:41:29 AM »
Hi Allan,

As I explained in my reply via the support ticket, a factory reset should sort it out in the medium term until its memory issues come up again, say 6 months, but try to remember to switch it off, wait a minute, then on again every month or so (which is good maintenance for any PVR). A factory reset may then be needed again but it only takes about five minutes and gives the probable certainty of reliable performance for that period. Just constantly switching it off and on out of frustration,  with no factory reset, won't fix it.  Beyond that I'm helpless as the Humax warranty has expired and they are out of the PVR business in Australia for the foreseeable future, not helped by the instability of the HDR-3000T, the model you have, which negatively effected their business here (and IceTVs).
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Humax / Re: HUMAX Support
« Last post by Allan on September 17, 2021, 11:41:33 PM »
Hi Allan,

I replied to your ticket as to how to do a factory reset which may fix the PVR, and the technical reasons for its instability (due to memory issues which a factory reset will clear)
Hi MD

It has got to the point that something is going faulty after 1-2 weeks.
A hard reset is just not practical anymore.

We currently use the PC to watch catchup TV and just using the Humax to watch live TV (I know I could use the TV for that) and it still locks up every 1-2 weeks when you can't change channels etc unles I do a power down reboot.
It's a lemon. We've only hd it 2 1/2 years and concidering we've had problems eversince the the warranty ran out it was a poor purchase. I had tried to contact Humax about 12 months or more ago to no evail then either.

Allan
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IceTV EPG Content / Re: Incorrect show listed in IceTV guide for Tuesday 21st
« Last post by Tiphanee on September 16, 2021, 04:04:10 PM »
Hi BazzaG -

Many thanks for your message.

This has now been corrected and should appear on the guide shortly.

Have a lovely evening,

Tiphanee
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IceTV EPG Content / Incorrect show listed in IceTV guide for Tuesday 21st
« Last post by BazzaG on September 15, 2021, 05:32:50 PM »
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Seven News Special
'Ivan Milat Buried Secrets - Episode 1'
7HD, 8:30pm, Tue, 21 Sep 2021, 90 minutes
REPEAT
Ivan Milat came to public notice in the worst possible way, when he was convicted of the series of murders of backpackers, whose bodies had been discovered in the Belanglo State Forest. Not everything was revealed, or even known at the time. This episode features new evidence of a cold and murderous heart.
Series, 2021, Australia, English, News, Season 1 Episode 1

The above is incorrect and should be:

7NEWS: Disappearance of William Tyrrell

@ 8:30pm on Seven in Melbourne, Adelaide, Darwin & Hobart. Not sure about the other capitals/regions ... many have "Lucy" listed.

This has been advised on Seven (Melbourne) and is correctly listed on other online TV guides.

Please fix.

Thanks...



It appears that the above is being broadcast in Sydney & Brisbane on Sunday September 19 @ 7pm
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IceTV EPG Content / Re: Systemic strange characters in descriptions
« Last post by prl on September 15, 2021, 03:17:01 PM »
I've just had a look at all the non-ASCII characters in the title, subtitle and description fields in the current IceTV guide.

The most commonly mangled characters are LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK, LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK, RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK and EM DASH.

It appears that most Unicode characters in the C1 Controls and Latin-1 Supplement plane (U+0080 - U+00FF) are being encoded correctly. That plane contains most of the accented characters used in western European languages, though I didn't find any instances of characters with diaereses (like German , , ) or any of the Scandinavian characters (like , , ) or other characters like that are also in that plane.

One exception to that was in the description for Jandal Burn/Prank Day, which contained "\u0085" (<control>NEXT LINE) in a position where I'd have expected "\u2026" (HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS) or perhaps "\u2014" (EM DASH).

A few characters in the General Punctuation plane (U+2000 - U+206F) are encoded correctly.
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IceTV EPG Content / Re: Systemic strange characters in descriptions
« Last post by franklinoffner on September 15, 2021, 01:45:56 PM »
Thanks Peter, that gives me a better understanding of the eight bytes against the 3 glyphs  ::).  I guess we will just have to hope that the resources are eventually allocated to find and fix.  If it is changing over time, then even a lookup table of "find this pattern, replace it with that" approach is going to fail.
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