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Change date on guide

I want to see programming for days in advance. How do I change the date on the guide in Rogers ignite?

 

 

 

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Re: Change date on guide

Press the ff button to skip one day ahead, on conversely rr to skip one day back 

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Re: Change date on guide

How is a user supposed to figure that out? The pre-Ignite guide was much more intuitive.

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That's why we have forums,  to exchange information and knowledge.

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Re: Change date on guide

I agree, having the page up/down buttons which did it.. more people would associate with it.

But with these units,  your limited to the remotes, which work with the technology.. and for whatever reason the manufacturer didnt put those sorts of things in.  So another button has to be used.  (saves remote space by dual purpose?)

You would be surprised in what you see now a days in some remotes.
We got a small TV at work here for a display.  It has a coax input, so you could hook an areal for digital channels to actually tune channels on it.... BUT.. the remote?  It literally just has the smart features, volume, the arrow and OK key.  The ONLY channel change thing is a +/-.  There is no numeric keypad, etc..   



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