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Redesigned layout step backwards and Schedule a recording using browser

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Redesigned layout step backwards and Schedule a recording using browser

1) After scheduling a program to record I get a box confirming with the only clickable area "DISMISS". The word "DISMISS" to me means cancel. Very bad choice or words. Why would you even force another click if there is not a choice to be made?

 

2) This redesigned page is a huge step backwards. The filters are all gone except for HD and everything has increased in size very little is viewable without scrolling.

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Re: Redesigned layout step backwards and Schedule a recording using browser

Changes are in the works.




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