B U G * R E P O R T S
Before you report a bug, always do a Full Restart and make sure you can duplicate it. This simple step will resolve some difficulties.
If you happen to discover a bug or have a problem with TivoWebPlus, there are certain things that we need to know in order to properly diagnose your problem. So, when reporting a bug or a problem, please provide the following information:
-- TiVo model number (i.e. HDVR2, SAT-T60)
-- TiVo software version (i.e. 2.5.5, 3.1.1b, 4.0)
-- TiVoWebPlus version
-- method used to hack the TiVo
-- detailed description of the problem (error messages are helpful)
-- steps we should take to duplicate your problem (i.e. which screen you're on and what button you're clicking)
-- did you test with any other versions or was this working on a previous version? if so, which version?
Failure to provide the above information will most likely result in your problem not being fixed.
Due to the inconsistent nature of the BASH_ENV hacking method and the availability of superior methods such as monte, use of TivoWebPlus on units hacked using BASH_ENV will not be supported.
M O D U L E S
Occasionally, people inquire about having modules added to the TivoWebPlus standard install. As a result, we have established some guidelines to help us determine which modules are suitable and appropriate. This was necessary to keep TivoWebPlus from becoming bloated and overwhelmingly difficult to maintain from a developer's standpoint.
Modules that will be considered should be:
-- a final product; specifically, well tested and have all known bugs dealt with
-- beneficial to all users, and of general interest to a typical user
-- reasonably small, reasonably fast
This, of course, rules out modules that are currently in development, even if they meet all of the other criteria. However, we realize that despite the state of development or platform dependencies, certain modules can still be very useful and we would like to make them readily available here as suggested modules. If you have authored a module or have found a rather useful module elsewhere that you think should be listed here that is fully compatible with TivoWebPlus, feel free to reply to this thread and let us know about it and we just might add it!
Suggested modules (alphabetical order)
* Please be aware that certain modules may not be compatible with all versions of the TiVo software. Check out the URL and associated documentation prior to using them unless you're feeling lucky.
Allows the user to backup season passes and wishlists to a file and restore them later. It can be used to re-instate series that are not currently in the guide data and it can remap channels that have been deleted from the line-up since the backup was taken.
Author: Andrew Whewell, angra
Allows the user to see a single channel's programming data for a week. The grid displays day on the x-axis and time on the y-axis. This allows the user to look at all programming for a favorite channel.
Allows the user to remap channel numbers for a given station.
Conflict Resolve with Two TiVos
Shows unresolved conflicts, then discovers if a second networked TiVo is available to record them.
Allows the user to setup a manual recording.
Shows the programs in the schedule where the Original Air Date is the same as the Broadcast Date (i.e. they are brand new episodes).
Now Playing with Folders and Sort
Adds Folders and Sorting to the Now Playing module
Re-Order Season Passes
Allows an alternative method to change the priorities of Season Passes. Some may find it easier to manipulate large lists using this module.
Shows the Inside TiVo and Channel Highlights screens.