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Back button on remote

Probably I don't see the obvious but I cannot figure out where is a back button when you are going through menus on Ignite TV.

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Re: Back button on remote

Use the last button


@svlacic wrote:

Probably I don't see the obvious but I cannot figure out where is a back button when you are going through menus on Ignite TV.


 

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Re: Back button on remote

Thanks.
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Re: Back button on remote

the last button what does that even mean?

 

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Re: Back button on remote

@faimont_jeff : It's the one that says "Last" on it - to the left of the one that says "Info" on it.  Or am I misinterpreting your question?



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Re: Back button on remote

I guess they dont understand what 'last' is referring to?
Compared to BACK, most people understand its to go back a menu/screen.

In the case of this, the LAST fuctions the same as a back button, going back to the LAST screen you were on.

I believe on live TV, it also brings up a menu of the last few number of channels, etc you were viewing.



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Re: Back button on remote

What I'd like is a Previous Channel button.  It's a feature I've always used frequently.

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Re: Back button on remote

The LAST button does that.. kinda.
If I remember right on the cable boxes, when you hit the last button, it went right to the last channel you were on.

On the Ignite, what it does is bring up the a list, showing the last X many channels visited, defaulting onto the last channel viewed.
Hitting OK, then will go to that channel.

So it is another button click, but doable.