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    History zap error

    Hi I have a crash on history zapping using the < > at either side of remote from TV viewing. This was fine before upgrading to 5.2.042

    I can press < or > and see previous viewed channels as soon as I press ok on a channel I get a crash. Log attached

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    <  3152.268> Traceback (most recent call last):
    <  3152.268>   File "/usr/lib/enigma2/python/mytest.py", line 235, in processDelay
    <  3152.269>     callback(*retval)
    <  3152.269>   File "/usr/lib/enigma2/python/Screens/ChannelSelection.py", line 2430, in historyMenuClosed
    <  3152.274>   File "/usr/lib/enigma2/python/Screens/ChannelSelection.py", line 2388, in setHistoryPath
    <  3152.274> TypeError: sc_playService() got an unexpected keyword argument 'adjust'
    <  3152.274> [ePyObject] (CallObject(<bound method Session.processDelay of <__main__.Session instance at 0x9c93fdf0>>,()) failed)
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    Do you have keys assigned in buttonsetup for previous and next <>? ... or for zapUp or zapDown CH+ CH-?

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    No history zap is normally built in if that's what it's called. I can see the channels it just crashes when pressing ok to zap to a channel.

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    I cannot reproduce this crash using DVb services. The last tangible change to channel selection.py was in October 2018.

    Is the crash you are experiencing n IPTV services? If not, can you try a flash with no restores?

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    I had same a while ago I re flashed and problem was resolved the problem for me

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    It happens on all sat, cable and iptv. I'll try a reflash but I'm using openmultiboot plugin and I don't want to loose my flash image. I'll add it to another boot.

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    OpenMultiboot images are on HDD, so those won't be lost. You can backup the flash image.

    Just for info, I am convinced some weirdness occurs with OMB, I posted a bug on PLI forum. It did not occur without OMB.

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    Added 5.2.042 to multiboot upload. Scanned ABM on my dvb-c tuner and history zap was fine then installed sundtek plugin and scanned both sat and cable again fine.

    So I did settings restore and edited epgselection.py it seems fine.

    I'll keep eye on it, it must of been a bug somewhere but I'm not sure where.
    Last edited by dsayers; 10-06-19 at 14:55.

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