No, that wasn't separate from the other matter.
The judge gave Echostar 45 days to show cause why an injunction should not be issued. Taht is separate and distinct from the other matter you cite.
Both the plaintiffs and Echostar asked the court for the 45 day delay in proceedings, and the judge denied it.
This is how the court proceedings moved since the case was handed back to District Court.
The District Court dismissed the 45 day delay in proceedings, but gave Dish Network until 12 September...
8/28/06 997 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE why the Court should not immediately enter a nationwide permanent injunction pursuant to the Eleventh Circuit's mandate. Response to Order to Show Cause due 9/12/06 (Signed by Judge William P. Dimitrouleas on 8/28/06) [EOD Date: 8/31/06] (ss) [Entry date 08/31/06]
That was the show cause order, ruled on 28 August. So Dish Network was given 16 days or so.