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    Legacy NEWA

    I just reinstalled NPVR all I can get is the modern NEWA.

    1) Is there a way to get the old version back?

    2) If not, can someone tell me how to search for episodes in the modern one?

    EDIT: Scratch item one... found that in the NPVR config. However, item two I don't see and prevents me from using modern
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    Quote Originally Posted by stu2j View Post
    I just reinstalled NPVR all I can get is the modern NEWA.

    1) Is there a way to get the old version back?

    2) If not, can someone tell me how to search for episodes in the modern one?

    EDIT: Scratch item one... found that in the NPVR config. However, item two I don't see and prevents me from using modern
    Did you see the settings under Clients?

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    Quote Originally Posted by p37307 View Post
    Did you see the settings under Clients?
    Per my edited post, I did find that .. thanks.

    Part 2 remains... is there no way to search for episodes using the "modern" theme? That seems like a critical thing to leave out.

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    Modern is still evolving. You can default to modern and access the legacy screens ie http://localhost:8866/search2.aspx with another bookmark, and it is far from critical

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    Modern is still evolving.
    Good to hear

    and it is far from critical
    I meant no slight. It is simply important to me.

    Thanks!

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