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    impossible.

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    What's this then??????
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    later: Why do my nice sharp PNG files get brutally mangled into low resolution JPGs on here?
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    You are still in bouquet mode, it tells you at top left of screen. Don't navigate in bouquet mode if you want to see all services, unless you have created a bouquet to contain all of the services on your system.

    What you are seeing is the main bouquet created by ABM for that provider when set to yes.

    Read the guide for bouquets and navigation if you need a reminder.

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    At the bottom "Last Scanned".
    I DID NOT GIVE IT THAT NAME.

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    Last scanned is a system bouquet. It is dynamic. Once again, don't use bouquet mode unless you have created one with all services.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abu baniaz View Post
    Last scanned is a system bouquet. It is dynamic. Once again, don't use bouquet mode unless you have created one with all services.
    You're doing it too. Deliberately being annoying.
    A system bouquet is clearly a bouquet. It's in the name FFS.

    I do a Blind scan and then Last Scanned contains everything satellite and terrestrial including the stuff that isn't Sky or Freeview.
    I don't seem to be able to do that with a manual scan or an automatic scan.
    I was told I should do it with Manual scan.

    Now you're telling me not to be in bouquet mode yet I've never ever come across any way to change modes.
    Plus I want the Sky and Freeview bouquets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianTheTechieSnail View Post
    Are you deliberately trying to be annoying?

    I want all the channels, satellite and terrestrial to appear in 'Last Scanned'.

    I wont annoy you any more. There is an easy way to show all channels but I won't bother you with it.
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    Page 7 of the EPG and navigation guide mentions how to select services using the "all" method instead of using bouquets. Also described is provider, orbital position and no need to mention bouquets.

    https://www.world-of-satellite.com/s...nel-navigation

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronand View Post
    I wont annoy you any more. There is an easy way to show all channels but I won't bother you with it.
    I know you're not going to help me. That's what was annoying me in the first place.

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