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    Fivestar

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    I don't like the faded program playing behind TVs listings! Can it be changed?

    Sat 10 Dec 2016 15:09:57 #1 |
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    Luddym

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    Unfortunately, there's no way of changing that.

    Sat 10 Dec 2016 16:44:25 #2 |
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    Just hoping Humax will improve this one day - I find it makes the EPG very difficult to read.

    Sat 10 Dec 2016 20:11:04 #3 |
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    Humax have improved it in an earlier update, by making the backgrounds more transparent, thus allowing you to see the picture more easily whilst viewing the guide.

    Sat 10 Dec 2016 23:16:16 #4 |
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    Does tuning into a radio programme make it easier to read?

    Sat 10 Dec 2016 23:33:40 #5 |
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    brian - 1 day ago  » 
    Humax have improved it in an earlier update, by making the backgrounds more transparent, thus allowing you to see the picture more easily whilst viewing the guide.

    Not an improvment for me - I want to be able to read the EPG without the distraction of TV in the background.
    The Humax 9300T had a much better implementation showing the TV in a separate small window with the EPG on a solid background.

    Mon 12 Dec 2016 3:08:49 #6 |
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    HumaxUKNW

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    I select either a neutral static background before using the EPG !

    Or even better.........

    Still frame the background source !

    Or....

    Copy something black via USB and still frame that !!!!!

    Mon 12 Dec 2016 6:06:59 #7 |

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