ummm... sounds like a bug... let me try and tell you.. :|
Sorry about that.. there was a tiny bug (weird that it worked before), but just redownload and it will work.
Ok, I have downloaded again the 03-08 version and it is fixed!!
However, I have seen another bug related to the Temperature format. Days ago I told you than I was seeing the Temperature in a wong format.
For example, if it is 20.45 I was seeing 2045,0C (remember we use the comma as decimal separator). You fixed it and I've been seeing 20,4 for a few versions, but now it's at the wong format again.
I have tried selecting and unselectig the "Disable Internationalization", but it works the same in both modes.
Thanks for your work, Guino.
I'll look at this, I made this detection be global thing, so I probably did something wrong..Originally Posted by Balki
O.K. I admit I'm coming in late to the party here, but how do I get TV to work in Road Runner? I have a WinTV/FM USB and everything works fine using the WinTV software but I can't figure out how to get an embedded TV in RR.Originally Posted by Balki
Also, my radio worked once and now I cant get it to respond to RR commands. Again, It works perfectly under WinTV Radio. Radiator won't store my setup so I have to open config everytime I run it and set it to external antenna,b but once I do that it works flawlessly. I assume making the adjustment at that time kills the link RR uses to talkto radiatior. I reinstalled everything to no avail.
Step by step instructions would be appreciated.
You just need the TV plugin (check news page on my site -- scroll down!) then you set it up to use "thin frame" and then save "channel files" in an empty folder location and hit scan. Set the same path of yopur presets in RRConfig and you're done. Of course, you will need to get a skin tiwh TV support (get the brushmetal update on my site if needed).
For Radio, it's all about getting Radiator to work and making sure you have the "radiator" option set in RRConfig along with it's path. Radiator does not need to store your presets, BUT it does need to keep your SETTINGS -- not sure why you're haing this problem, may be you want to remove anything extra from it... I've never seen radiator not store settings..