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    Favourites (TV): channels order?

    Hello, sorry for my silly question but I cannot seem to find the answer anywhere. I have the OpenViX 5.4 image on VU+ Zero 4K: how can I sort the channels in the favourites (blue button in the remote control). I have added some channels there but how can I change their order? To be precise, I don't need any bouquet automation, I just want to be able to move up and down manually the channels that I have already added.

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    When in list press menu then enable move mode (red)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciottolo View Post
    Hello, sorry for my silly question but I cannot seem to find the answer anywhere. I have the OpenViX 5.4 image on VU+ Zero 4K: how can I sort the channels in the favourites (blue button in the remote control). I have added some channels there but how can I change their order? To be precise, I don't need any bouquet automation, I just want to be able to move up and down manually the channels that I have already added.
    Use the web interface

    Find the ip number of your box:- menu -> information -> network -> IP = xxx.xxx.xxx.xx

    Type this IP number into the address bar in your PCs internet browser

    You should then get the web interface

    One of the options in that interface is a Bouquet Editor.

    Select the Boquet you want to edit, select the channel, you can then drag it to the required position in the list.

    Close down the webif and you will find the same order is now on your box.
    Xtrend ET10K, 2 x satellite tuners 28.2 (Sky FTA), 2 x hybrid (UK Freeview), Zgemma H9S (satellite)

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    Quote Originally Posted by spanner123 View Post
    When in list press menu then enable move mode (red)
    Thank you so much! It worked. So enable move (red) from the list, then select a channel with OK, move it up and down with the arrow key on the remote control. And then disable the move mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adm View Post
    Use the web interface

    Find the ip number of your box:- menu -> information -> network -> IP = xxx.xxx.xxx.xx

    Type this IP number into the address bar in your PCs internet browser

    You should then get the web interface

    One of the options in that interface is a Bouquet Editor.

    Select the Boquet you want to edit, select the channel, you can then drag it to the required position in the list.

    Close down the webif and you will find the same order is now on your box.

    Hi, this works too. Thank you very much!

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