Hmm, I rather think you might be disappointed.
For one thing, nobody responded to my request for tuning database info. from the (disgusted of) Tunbridge Wells area.
For another, TW and Heathfield are currently co-channel for the main 6 muxes. This state of affairs does not continue from tomorrow for the COMs.
For a third, historically TW was a relay and the Fairy doesn't do relays, only main stations.
And I believe them to be on the same service id which makes doing an update for both separately impossible.
I did wonder whether to bother at all given the problems, but figured something was probably better than nothing.
So, you will probably get PSB1-3 but not COM4-6 and you'll have to tune those manually.
The South East is a bit of a pain, much like Scotland.
And to that end, I have sprinkled some fairy dust his way.
No. They go into af123's fighting fund. The hosting for the forum, wiki, and RS, domain fees, and Xenforo fees, are at his expense (although the forum itself was originally set up and paid for by Michael, he wanted out).
Any "added value" by the rest of us, and the software development (overwhelmingly by af123, but with contributions from a few others), is unpaid and entirely voluntary. If there is any surplus between donations+advertising revenue and costs, I'm sure nobody minds af having a beer or two.
I got up this morning at 5.15 and as usual turned on the Tv/Hummy to find BBC1 was gone BBC1HD was fine, all the other stations were gone too apart from the HD ones, back home tonight and they are all back I think, not had time to look too closely though, should I? Whats all this about manual tuning of Com4-6? I am hoping
to find that we are at last getting BBC4HD but knowing T/Wells I will be getting less hmmmph! I did notice Blaze is now 63 from 80 and I have Paramount now but no time tonight to even re-do my favourites list or schedule, I really should dive in a get the customised firmware set up shouldnt I.
Needless to say I am getting my signal from T/Wells
do you still need that info? my t2 aided by your tunefix never skipped a beat during this traumatic retune on bluebell hill. even more helpful since i was recovering from bennevisitis in scotland when it happened.