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    Stand alone TV guide(set recording events w/o opening up GBPVR)

    I think it would be nice to have a stand alone TV guide that you can schedule recording events on. It wouldn't take up as much memory as running all of GBPVR and it would be very useful.

    Good for those of us with slow computers .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeysAteMe View Post
    I think it would be nice to have a stand alone TV guide that you can schedule recording events on. It wouldn't take up as much memory as running all of GBPVR and it would be very useful.

    Good for those of us with slow computers .
    isnt that the point of EWA ? all done via the web

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    That's how I do it...
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    EWA - I use GBPVR as a backend recording only server and never run the GBPVR interface on it - I always use EWA (and you can program channels from work!)

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    Oh come guys you mean you don't drive home to do this...lol
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