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    Thumbs up Please add a now/next feature in TV mode

    Hi,

    please add a "now/next" feature which shows the current broadcast and the next one in an on-screen display. For example, this feature could be mapped to the OK-button in the TV mode, since at the moment the OK-button has there no function.

    My 50 EUR PC TV-Card has such functionality, but my 4000 EUR Philips-TV lacks of this feature.

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    Right now and again next function and integrate the same DVB-S2 tuner fully integrated into the LCD at the K-models. IP EPG and red button is on no function. Teletext does not have the features such as DVB-C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m5jf View Post
    Right now and again next function and integrate the same DVB-S2 tuner fully integrated into the LCD at the K-models. IP EPG and red button is on no function. Teletext does not have the features such as DVB-C.
    I can make nothing out off your reply. We want an on screen now/next function when we zap through the channels. I don't wanne search for information that can be porvided on screen. For an expensive tv as i bought i minimaly expect this feature (which is on every settopbox which you can buy for € 50,-))

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    I also want this feature...

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    I totally agree in requesting this "feature" (feature? This should be a basic normal working for a TV like these) and I really can't understand why Philips have produced all the 2010 TV sets without it (the 2009 ones did have it!).

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    hi philips,
    i have an 5 year old philips dsr-9005 with an useable epg, whats running/whats next and some other informations like date time, signal informations and so on when i'm switching through the channels.
    so it should be easy for philips to support this stuff in a 3k euro television.
    regards

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    I totally agree. This feature should be available on every TV! And: where is the former page button for TXT hidden?

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    Philips,

    I totally agree with the other posters. This is basic functionality which every customer expects to find in a TV.

    1. Do you know if it's on the roadmap for the next firmware?
    2. Are the priorities for a next development cycle at your end really depending on what is being posted in this forum? I know the answer is yes for bugs like the 'no teletext after nettv'. But what about requested functionality like "now/next" and "external subtitle support"? Are you counting votes?

    Maybe you can give some background info on the above answers. I'm certain it would shine some positive light on this forum.

    Kind regards,
    daL

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    I confirm petasis is right!
    And I add that now/next not only is in the wrong place but also in a completely wrong modality (on a totally black background)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pistoiaa View Post
    I confirm petasis is right!
    And I add that now/next not only is in the wrong place but also in a completely wrong modality (on a totally black background)
    and after i've pressed two buttons...
    install it on the ok button philips, like all other vendors...

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    Who doesn't want now/next and a proper DVB-T EPG implementation...

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    Absolutely support a now/next feature in TV mode. Also please add the possibility to show time.

    regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by jielse View Post
    Absolutely support a now/next feature in TV mode. Also please add the possibility to show time.

    regards
    Are you out of your mind??? i want to see a box wich contains this info during zapping. LIK EVERY OTHER BRAND!!!! I expect this on an expensive tv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erikrijnders View Post
    Are you out of your mind??? i want to see a box wich contains this info during zapping. LIK EVERY OTHER BRAND!!!! I expect this on an expensive tv.
    Hi,

    wrong quote?

    Toengel@Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Hi,

    wrong quote?

    Toengel@Alex
    yes, sorry

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