noannounce.conf - list of events that have been marked to not be announced via
This file contains a list of events that have been marked to not be announced
via OSD by the search timer background thread.
If the user presses one of the keys 'Ok', '0', ... '9' while the announcement of
an event is displayed, he will be asked if further announcements of this event
should be disabled for ever (user hit '0' or 'Ok') or for the next 'x' days
(user hit '1' to '9'). After pressing 'Ok' again, this setting will be stored.
Events are stored one per line, where the fields are separated with ':'.
The following fields exists:
1 - title
2 - short text
3 - channel ID
4 - start time
5 - next announce time
Mike Constabel <epgsearch (at) constabel (dot) net>
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