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    Wishlist item

    Mister Slimm - gbpvr gives us info about future recordings, in progress recordings and completed recordings, for which many thanks.

    But what about playback? What would be great would be tokens for title, start and end times...

    And can you add the ability to reverse the order of lists of items so the that newest were at the top? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by liteswap View Post
    Mister Slimm - gbpvr gives us info about future recordings, in progress recordings and completed recordings, for which many thanks.

    But what about playback? What would be great would be tokens for title, start and end times...

    And can you add the ability to reverse the order of lists of items so the that newest were at the top? Thanks!
    Are you talking about GBPVRcli or Slimm GBPVR?
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    Sorry: gbpvrcli
    - Silent client PVR: HDPlex HS.1 aluminium fanless case / Thin-ITX ASRock H81TM-ITX motherboard / Intel Celeron 1850T CPU / 4GB RAM / 120GB SSD / TBS6982 DBS-S2 dual-tuner card / Win10+nPVR+Plex Media Player feeding LG OLED55B6V + Anthem MRX510 AV Receiver / PMC GB1 / B&W / REL speakers.
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    Thoughts, Mr Slimm?
    - Silent client PVR: HDPlex HS.1 aluminium fanless case / Thin-ITX ASRock H81TM-ITX motherboard / Intel Celeron 1850T CPU / 4GB RAM / 120GB SSD / TBS6982 DBS-S2 dual-tuner card / Win10+nPVR+Plex Media Player feeding LG OLED55B6V + Anthem MRX510 AV Receiver / PMC GB1 / B&W / REL speakers.
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    I have both these things on my to-investigate list but poor health means I cannot give a definite timescale on when I will be able to do that.
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    Ok thanks - sorry to hear about the health problem. Get well soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by liteswap View Post
    Mister Slimm - gbpvr gives us info about future recordings, in progress recordings and completed recordings, for which many thanks.

    But what about playback? What would be great would be tokens for title, start and end times...

    And can you add the ability to reverse the order of lists of items so the that newest were at the top? Thanks!
    Done.
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    Thank you!
    - Silent client PVR: HDPlex HS.1 aluminium fanless case / Thin-ITX ASRock H81TM-ITX motherboard / Intel Celeron 1850T CPU / 4GB RAM / 120GB SSD / TBS6982 DBS-S2 dual-tuner card / Win10+nPVR+Plex Media Player feeding LG OLED55B6V + Anthem MRX510 AV Receiver / PMC GB1 / B&W / REL speakers.
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    I would like a way please to suppress the "Tuner status warning" popups. I get these occasionally when waking from standby and there never seems to be a problem with the tuner. It is annoying as I can't remove it with the remote.
    I can set a registry entry (autorestartrecordingservice) to stop the restart recording service message but can't find anything for this.
    Hope this makes senses. Thanks again.
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    Arrow Yes, it does make sense

    Quote Originally Posted by b00sfuk View Post
    I would like a way please to suppress the "Tuner status warning" popups. I get these occasionally when waking from standby and there never seems to be a problem with the tuner. It is annoying as I can't remove it with the remote.
    I can set a registry entry (autorestartrecordingservice) to stop the restart recording service message but can't find anything for this.
    Hope this makes senses. Thanks again.
    Updated the download to version 1.7.3269.42537 to include this small fix. The warning and error message boxes that were shown are now balloons. It was something that was on my mind to change almost as soon as I did it but I forgot to write it down. Thanks for reminding me.

    This interim also includes new options for defining a tooltip on the tray icon as well as or instead of the balloon. You should note that the tooltip is truncated to 64 characters.
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