|OP | Post 16 made on Wednesday May 19, 2004 at 11:38|
...now can confirm the bug is fixed. EPG all working well again (phew) ...
(has anyone tested whether it will keep on working after we go back to GMT in Oct 2004 ??)
|Post 17 made on Saturday May 22, 2004 at 13:39|
just a correction... My guide data is indeed one hour out, clock correct but UK programmes finish one hour early.
Shows how observant I was or somethings changed.
|Post 18 made on Saturday May 22, 2004 at 18:37|
I am in Atlantic Time zone GMT-4 and EPG is one hour off.
Despite two e-mails to Philips one few weks ago and one few days ago plus one e-mail in another forum no response from philips or Ipronto team.
I hope they will finaly notice and respond.
E-mail with small "sorry" and confirmation that they notice my letters would be something that I would expect from comapny that cares about their customers. This should follow with the fix and new upgrade.
|Post 19 made on Sunday May 23, 2004 at 03:23|
I had not updated to the latest version untill this morning, guess you have the latest firmware ?
Out of interest what can you recieve from europe on the east coast of Canada that is in the EPG ? (BBC gets to Iceland I believe)
My understanding was that canada was not yet supported on the epg ?
|Post 20 made on Sunday May 23, 2004 at 13:21 |
Looks whos talking, I've never brought up the fact that I'm geting sick of all your high-horse self promotion and I didn't knock you personally, so wind your neck in.
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