Well, if you think about it, this could almost act as a sort of FSI...Seeing that you can look in the folder to see how much "room" is left on the hard drive...Dajad said:I wish the archives on this forum went back to November of 1999 so I could link to the thread where I first requested this feature! Yay is right! But I'd still rather an an FSI!
I've never understood the desire for a FSI. Undelete, however, is crucial.Dajad said:I wish the archives on this forum went back to November of 1999 so I could link to the thread where I first requested this feature! Yay is right! But I'd still rather an an FSI!
Ooh, oh like I could put shows in a file that I've watched but my husband hasn't......ZeoTiVo said:and to make this thread utterly repetitive on the request for features
I wnat a feature to create my own folders and put shows into the the folders as I see fit.
Hacks don't have to meet the same level of QA and user testing that production code has. And the production code has to be maintainable and supportable. So while there may be 'quick and dirty' ways to do things as hacks, and that's fine for those willing to take the risks along with the rewards, you can't take the same risks on standard software.falc122727 said:It's funny how everyone of these new features have been available for years as hacks. TiVo should scour the hacking community before releasing the Series 3.
Exactly! That's what some people just don't seem to "get": it doesn't matter how many "are you really sure you want to delete that?" nag screens there are; we get used to blasting right past them out of habit. And if you ordinarily don't save anything after watching, you don't remember that you wanted to save something until after you deleted it! So even an hour would be enough for most people. However, if one did not mind taking the hit on available space for future recordings, having the ability to customize for longer grace periods would be nice, which is useful if you live with other people and you might not find out they deleted something you wanted to save until many hours later.Gene S said:I would be happy if I only had an hour to restore the deleted program. I'm so used to pressing "Left, Up, Select" to delete a show when I'm done watching it, its become habit. I always remember that I wanted to keep a show the second after I deleted it.