Sounds like you would benefit from using Af123's modded firmware with Sam Widges series Auto Filer script...If I move a folder of recordings elsewhere, then I'd like subsequent recordings to end up in that moved folder rather than a new one in the root of the drive...
If you press stop when you have finished watching the programme, then it should always allow you to delete it. Otherwise the file is in use (considered as still being played) even if you have gone back into the media list. It is a niggle though.I would like to be able to delete a recorded program after watching it without a standby reset, it works sometimes and not others.
...and then you'll get a load of people complaining it's too bright in subdued lighting. It would need a brightness control - and a good few would be happy if there was an "off" control.the front display is as we know too dim to read when the sun is above the horizon and is only visible when the curtains are drawn.
Any electronics experts out there who can look at the circuit and decide which resistor needs changing to brighten it up ?
haha I think thats what iPlayer is for lolMy wish: a "mind reader" mode
Yes, I know it could be done, but I don't think we can do it - I for one have no intention of dismantling it without a compelling reason. Also depends on the display technology - I think it might be VF (vacuum flourescent).So then you would add a light dependant resistor near the front display so it dims or brightens according to the light conditions.
Very difficult! None of the mods so far have changed the existing operational firmware, they are all additions which add new processes (the advantage of a multi-tasking OS). If we (AF123!) could intercept the process communications to read RC input and/or inject simulated RC input all sorts of things would become possible.A question to those in the know, how difficult would it be to add a popup when record is pressed to allow recording to start from the start of current program or from the maximum time or from the current point ?