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Discussion in 'DIRECTV HD DVR/Receiver Discussion' started by Stuart Sweet, Aug 11, 2010.
Yes it is normal
+1..... no updates for either my HR22-100 or my H24, as of last night!
I don't mind the placement so much, but why only Day-of-week and time? There's plenty of room for the month and day too: "Wed 8/25 4:40p".
I agree. Removing the count of First Run episodes was a huge step backwards in the View Upcoming list.
hr20-700 no ox40c
Southern Nevada and I received ox40c on my two hr20-700 last night...
Each of my three HR20/700's received 40C last night about 1:30am Pacific.
HR21-100 received update 8/24 2:33 am. A few things I noticed:
1. Seems like the flashing on the screen I was getting while paused is gone.
2. Do not like where the clock placement is in the guide and no date. (I'll get used to it)
3. Sometimes when I used the 30 sec skip I would push the button once but the receiver did it twice, in this release it doesn't do that anymore. (so far)
4. I also agree with texasmoose about the First Run Header.
Then today I was watching a program on a 45 minute delay and my receiver spontaneously rebooted. All went fine after the reboot, but I lost what I was watching.
I'm with you. Where they had it before in the upper left made *MUCH* more sense and was *MUCH* more in your central field of vision when using the guide. It made more sense because it was right next to the time range. Now the time and time range are on opposite sides of the planet .
Obviously they needed that space for the lame cover art thing, but the place they moved the clock too...
Just seems like they threw a dart at the plasma and where the dart hit is where they put the clock.
My HR21-100 is a virgin and still had the old n.r. The N.R. hasn't hit me yet.
My HR23-700 got the update early this morn...I too don't like where the clock is now and all the channel logo art is gone from the guide as well as in Quick Tune..now it's just letters! Not too pleased!
The logos will come back.
Where did they go...lol!
Agree with this. Please D* put the clock/time back where it belongs.
Might be more for people like me, in an MPEG-4 locals market (where we need an HD receiver to get any locals) It's nice to see my locals in HD without switching to the OTA antenna.
Previously, I always thought it was dumb that I could not pay more for an HD-PPV.
Unfortunately that's not going to happen...
The good news is you'll get used to it fast.
How do you get your locals in HD? Do you only have one guide listing for your locals? What is the "hide SD channels" option set to in your settings menu?
I'd consider buying a slimline dish for my R22 if I knew I could get my locals in HD!! But I'm not willing to pay $199 and a commitment for HD...
Yeah, I've gotten used to lots of incompetent tomfoolery from the DirecTV crew. But still it chafes.
Looks like 0x040A/B/C/D didn't last long.