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    Coupy

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    I have a humax hdr-1100s

    If I record BBC1 it records Scotland BBC1 and regular BBC1.
    I would rather delete unwanted channels.

    I don’t find the settings option - someone please guide me.
    Annoying, expensive kit but not essy to delete channels.
    Please NO FAVOURITE suggestions....that is not the answer I’m looking for.

    Thanks all for your help - it’s appreciated

    | Fri 16 Apr 2021 16:10:44 #1 |
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    When looking in settings perhaps you missed the massive > on the right.

    | Fri 16 Apr 2021 16:29:15 #2 |
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    Massive > ?

    Please only respond with sensible answers - I suspect you don’t have the hdr-1100s model and your assuming they are the same

    Cheers

    | Fri 16 Apr 2021 16:47:20 #3 |
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    I think I see what u meant - I don’t think it was available when recording. Let me experiment- thanks. I thght I left seen this before as I have the thing for years

    | Fri 16 Apr 2021 16:52:03 #4 |
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    REPASSAC - 37 mins ago  » 
    When looking in settings perhaps you missed the massive > on the right.

    Thanks for your very condescending reply / which is correct.
    However, I’d like to point out this fact to others not in the know in a less pig headed approach.

    The large arrow as mentioned by the poster, will only allow you to edit channels if the hdr-1100s box is NOT recording. If it is recording you only have 1 option available - Edit Favourites.

    Yes, indeed you can edit all channels when not recording. I do record quite a bit in prime hours when I’m using the TV so I found editing during the day revealed the missing options.

    | Fri 16 Apr 2021 17:11:22 #5 |
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    Coupy - 1 hour ago  » 

    REPASSAC - 37 mins ago  » 
    When looking in settings perhaps you missed the massive > on the right.

    Thanks for your very condescending reply / which is correct.
    However, I’d like to point out this fact to others not in the know in a less pig headed approach.
    The large arrow as mentioned by the poster, will only allow you to edit channels if the hdr-1100s box is NOT recording. If it is recording you only have 1 option available - Edit Favourites.
    Yes, indeed you can edit all channels when not recording. I do record quite a bit in prime hours when I’m using the TV so I found editing during the day revealed the missing options.

    The user interface is identical on all 3 of the G2 boxes. Anyone of us whatever box we have would have given the same answer.

    As to not allowing channel editing while recording applies to any Humax box. What if you tried to delete one of the up to two channels you were recording.

    The issue you had is well known. It's down to the way the BBC sets the recording CRID's and happens when one nation shows a different episode to the others. Typically Scotland might miss a episode for nation news issues.

    You should simply delete unwanted nation channels from the block.

    949 BBC Two HD 10773 H
    950 BBC 1 London 10773 H
    951 BBC 1 CI 10773 H
    952 BBC 1 E Mids 10788 V
    953 BBC 1 East (E) 10788 V
    954 BBC 1 East (W) 10773 H
    955 BBC 1 N West 10802 H
    956 BBC 1 NE & C 10802 H
    957 BBC 1 NI 10817 V
    958 BBC 1 Oxford 10817 V
    959 BBC 1 S East 10802 H
    960 BBC 1 Scotland 10802 H
    961 BBC 1 South 10817 V
    962 BBC 1 S West 10817 V
    963 BBC 1 W Mids 10788 V
    964 BBC 1 Wales 10788 V
    965 BBC 1 West 10773 H
    966 BBC 1 Yorks 10802 H
    967 BBC 1 EYrks&L 10788 V
    968 BBC 2 England 10773 H
    969 BBC 2 NI 10817 V
    970 BBC 2 Scotland 10802 H
    971 BBC 2 Wales HD 10788 V
    972 BBC ONE HD (England) 10847 V
    973 BBC 1 Scot HD 11023 H
    974 Channel 4 10714 H
    975 Channel 4 + 1 10936 V
    976 BBC 1 Wales HD 11023 H
    977 ITV 10758 V
    978 BBC 1 NI HD 10847 V
    979 BBC Two Wales 10788 V

    | Fri 16 Apr 2021 18:17:55 #6 |
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    I certainly did not intend by response to be condescending at all. It was more a dig a freesat's design as many posters have missed the massively oversized arrow. A simple next icon would have been better.

    | Sat 17 Apr 2021 6:46:51 #7 |
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    Coupy - 19 hours ago  » 

    REPASSAC - 37 mins ago  » 
    When looking in settings perhaps you missed the massive > on the right.

    Thanks for your very condescending reply / which is correct.
    However, I’d like to point out this fact to others not in the know in a less pig headed approach.
    The large arrow as mentioned by the poster, will only allow you to edit channels if the hdr-1100s box is NOT recording. If it is recording you only have 1 option available - Edit Favourites.
    Yes, indeed you can edit all channels when not recording. I do record quite a bit in prime hours when I’m using the TV so I found editing during the day revealed the missing options.

    Perhaps if you bothered to read the instructions fully, you wouldn't need to ask such basic questions and then get in a strop when you are answered?

    | Sat 17 Apr 2021 12:46:46 #8 |
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    Coupy - 20 hours ago  » 
    I think I see what u meant - I don’t think it was available when recording. Let me experiment- thanks. I thght I left seen this before as I have the thing for years

    You have had the box for years and did not realise that lots of options for obvious reasons are greyed out while recording

    A retune is an obvious one,

    Speaks volumes as to your total lack of observation. Amazed any long term pvr owner is not aware of this basic fact.

    | Sat 17 Apr 2021 13:11:32 #9 |
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    Coupy - 19 hours ago  » 

    REPASSAC - 37 mins ago  » 
    When looking in settings perhaps you missed the massive > on the right.

    Thanks for your very condescending reply / which is correct.
    However, I’d like to point out this fact to others not in the know in a less pig headed approach.
    The large arrow as mentioned by the poster, will only allow you to edit channels if the hdr-1100s box is NOT recording. If it is recording you only have 1 option available - Edit Favourites.
    Yes, indeed you can edit all channels when not recording. I do record quite a bit in prime hours when I’m using the TV so I found editing during the day revealed the missing options.

    Perhaps if you bothered to read the instructions fully, you wouldn't need to ask such basic questions and then get in a strop when you are answered?

    Your right, but I no longer have the instructions unfortunately. Thanks for pointing out the bleeding obvious and chiming in with m, well quite frankly, useless implied observation. Good 1.

    | Sat 17 Apr 2021 13:34:02 #10 |

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