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Editing Timer settings manually

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#1 OFFLINE   kktk



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Posted 01 March 2012 - 11:46 PM

Here's the scenario.
I want to record an event that runs from 8PM-4AM.
There are 2 other events firing(at higher prioirity) at 3:30AM.

So the timer gives me the option to cancel one of those.
Instead of doing this, I go and edit the time on the timer to stop at 3:30.
As I do this, the timer shows me no conflict and tells me that it will record the event starting at 8PM.

But as the time comes, it skips the event due to priority.
If I look at the skipped event....it shows the time as 8-4 and not as 8-3:30.

So editing a timer's end time isnt sticking and its defaulting back to the event's original end time.

Any ideas?
I'm on the 722.

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#2 OFFLINE   Don M

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Posted 02 March 2012 - 12:30 AM

I have noticed a similar problem on my 622s. If I want to edit the time on a manual timer it accepts the edit, but when I check the scheule the original time is still listed.

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