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    Quote Originally Posted by ccs View Post
    I get the virtual keyboard when I do that, as in post #10.

    Are you really on 5.3.007 (Menu/Information/About)?
    Yes I am on 5.3.007. Installed it yesterday and also shown in the Menu/Information/About). However I restored my settings and plugins from my previous image if that means anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abu baniaz View Post

    Manual way of doing it:
    init 4, edit the file called settings in /etc/enigma2, delete the line that starts with
    config.plugins.epgsearch.history=
    I edited the line by deleting some keywords, not the whole line, saved it, but the keywords are still shown in the GUI.

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    did you stop receiver with "init 4" command first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abu baniaz View Post
    did you stop receiver with "init 4" command first?
    No, I don't know what "init 4" is. I deleted the entries on my PC via the network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fltk View Post
    No, I don't know what "init 4" is. I deleted the entries on my PC via the network.
    That's why your edit didn't work - see abu's signature for details of how to use unix commands (telnet or putty).

    When you've made the changes, use "init 3" to restart the box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccs View Post
    That's why your edit didn't work - see abu's signature for details of how to use unix commands (telnet or putty).

    When you've made the changes, use "init 3" to restart the box.
    Thanks, it works now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fat-tony View Post
    Not sure why you would want that, but it looks like it's only the last 10 searches held in the list. If you perform the same search multiple times the older ones drop off the end.
    I want the feature because if the history is filled (10 entries) and I tip in a new one, it might delete one I still need. Then its better to have control over which entry to delete.

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    Ok - that's a different requirement. You would want an entry to remain on the list, rather than fall off the end if you perform more searches? It just strikes me as though it is creating a whole list management issue, potentially. The way it is at the moment, if you perform similar searches regularly they should remain in the last 10 list somewhere.
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    The function to delete a single search or the whole search history via GUI does not exist.

    10 is the default, you can increase the number and ignore any entries you don't want.

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