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Discussion in 'Digital TV & Video Players & Recorders' started by raven219, May 1, 2003.

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  1. raven219

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    I have been told that Sky+ will lose the season pass if there is no programe for seven days, eg series takes a break due to snooker!

    Is this correct?

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    Yes - check your 24 links now !:thumbsdow
     
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    Sky's Series Links are rubbish compared to Tivo's Season Passes.

    I wish Sky+ also had the record "only new episodes of" feature too.

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    That's pretty grim and I just ordered Sky+ to replace TiVo, does anyone know if Pace are working on the software to make it more user friendly?

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    It's Sky that do the software, not Pace. :(

    The problem is the broadcasters -- according to Sky anyway -- who only complete EPG for next seven days.

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