Look at upcoming episodes of Voyager in your guide. Make a keyword that finds them all then just try and find one based on the title. When you find a search that does it switch the title with Equinox and you'll know it will work if that episode ever pops up.
I don't want to appear ungrateful for any help that's offered, because Boolean searching is still a mystery to me -- it's not documented all in one place, it keeps changing, and then it stops working.
But I thought this question deserved a straight answer:
I'm trying to get an episode of Star Trek: Voyager called "Equinox." Will this keyword search work?
EQUINOX TTITLE STAR TREK VOYAGER
Will it work? If not, why not?
To a newbie like me, because TTITLE is in the middle, that query seems more complex than the documentation I've managed to find would suggest. Does it really matter where TTITLE appears? (Aren't EQUINOX and STAR TREK VOYAGER all part of the title?)
From what I've been told, without AALL, bakers12's string will find only titles that contain the words EQUINOX, STAR, TREK and VOYAGER in that particular order. So maybe there should be an AALL at the start, or maybe it would be better to search for TTITLE STAR TREK VOYAGER EQUINOX? P.S.
I'd like to Autorecord individual eps I've missed, using searches like the above, but of course that would be a waste of precious SL slots. I have only one DVR+, so 50 is my limit.