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Discussion in 'TiVo Coffee House - TiVo Discussion' started by urungus, Oct 23, 2007.
Is it possible for a title keyword to NOT be a regular keyword?
If you mean, will a title keyword create a hit if it's only the description, I think the answer is no. Be aware however, title keywords not only hit the title of the show, they also hit the Episode Title.
If you mean (and I think you do) can you have a TK <NOT> RK, I think the answer is also no. If you put "HORSE" as a TK, and -"HORSE" as a regular keyword, I believe the NOT on the RK overrides the hit on the TK, and eliminates the show as a positive hit. Any TK hit will always be a RK hit.
I will test this tonight and see if this is accurate, but based on past observations, the answer is no.
To clarify, what is mean is:
If I search for "HORSE" as a regular keyword, will I get a match if that word shows up in the title of a show but not the description?
Yes, a regular keyword searches both.
Hmm, that's nothing close to your original question . Glad we got *that* cleared up
As LIAB said, yes.