Is there documentation on the CCHAN keyword? I'm new to the HR2x (just had 2 HR10's upgraded), and trying to get more familiar with it's searching functions.
Nevermind...I found it.:sure: :sure: :sure:dm999 said:Is there documentation on the CCHAN keyword? I'm new to the HR2x (just had 2 HR10's upgraded), and trying to get more familiar with it's searching functions.
I meant to post this sooner, but we're away on vacation with limited connectivity. This is a summary of the keyword search power tricks provided by the DirecTV programmers:dm999 said:Is there documentation on the CCHAN keyword? I'm new to the HR2x (just had 2 HR10's upgraded), and trying to get more familiar with it's searching functions.
Well, the 7.30 showing did not record. Anyone have any thoughts? I guess I'll try recreating the Autorecord and see what happens.dm999 said:Both searches are showing results, however NONE of the matching shows are in the ToDo list. I'm trying to keep an eye on it now, since an episode of According to Jim should be starting in about 25 mins, but I'm worried that none of them are there.
Looking at the AALL TWO HALF MEN CCHAN 1 99 in Prioritizer, it shows 28 Matching Programs, but none of them have an "R" icon next to them in the Prioritizer list, nor are they in the ToDo list. The Autorecord options are:
Both / 10 Programs / Disk Full / On-time / On-time
There are 4 shows in the list for tonight (7.30/9.00/11.00), but again, none with recording icons, and none in the ToDo list. I set the searches up yesterday afternoon.
You've hit on another of our Wish List requests:dm999 said:One other question, is there any way to edit the keywords used in a search already in the Prioritizer, or must I just delete/recreate it!
You should just be able to go to the Prioritizer and press SELECT on your ARSL - it will run the search from the Priortizer and show all matching programs. See how many have the (R))) "recording" icon and look at the count of First Run. Then check your SL settings for whether it records First Run only, Repeat only, or Both.dm999 said:Well, the 7.30 showing did not record. Anyone have any thoughts? I guess I'll try recreating the Autorecord and see what happens.
Even though it turns out you can do without it, here's the current Wish List request related to this. If you like it, please be sure to vote for it here. TIA.StephenT said:I guess you can only do a channel range not multiple individual channels?
I was not aware you could put multiple keywords after NNOT... has that been working for folks?Syzygy said:AALL HDTV NNOT VOD PPV & Content Advisories, SC
-- Did not work at all; included VOD stuff
AALL HDTV NNOT VOD NNOT PPV & Content Advisories, SC
-- Seemed to work but I suspect returned partial results
I'm glad you stepped in, Steve, because you seem to know a lot about this topic. Please clarify what you really meant:Steve said:I was not aware you could put multiple keywords after NNOT... has that been working for folks?
I could be wrong, but I don't think you can use any operator, including NNOT, more than once per SEARCH.
Also probably no need to use AALL with only one keyword. I.e., it will work, but it shouldn't produce different results...
I believe over 6 months ago, maybe longer. A lot of that is all guide data related stuff so if a network doesn't properly identify a show as "Sci-Fi" then obviously a search isn't going to find it.Syzygy said:Also, I discovered (while browsing for clues on searching) that HD may now be a synonym for HDTV (when it isn't broken). When did that happen?
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.bakers12 said:I'm trying to get an episode of Star Trek: Voyager called "Equinox." Will this keyword search work?
EQUINOX TTITLE STAR TREK VOYAGER