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    Version 0.71 · f2937af9
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    - Fixed 'Transfer Mode' in cases where a non-primary interface was switched to
      a channel that only the primary interface can receive (which could happen in
      the EPG scanner).
    - The EPG scanner now starts with the first channel (it used to start with the
      second channel).
    - Reacitvated setting the PNR.
    - Adapted the frame scanning to the new muxing of the driver.
    - The new compile time option REMOTE=NONE can be used to compile VDR without
      any remote control support (for applications where it shall be controlled
      exclusively via SVDRP).
    - The new command line option -D can be used to define which DVB interfaces
      a certain instance of VDR shall use.
    - The "Left" and "Right" keys are now used to page up and down in lists (thanks
      to Martin Hammerschmid). Since the "Timers" menu already uses these keys to
      (de)activate timers, this functionality is not available there.
    - The "Main" and "Commands" menu now support "hotkeys", which means that if the
      first non-blank character of a menu item is a digit in the range 1..9, that
      item can be selected by pressing the respective numeric key on the remote
      control.
    - The channel data in 'channels.conf' now contains the teletext PID (thanks to
      Dave Chapman). Existing files will be read normally (and the teletext PID set
      to 0), but once they are written back (due to some channel editing) the file
      will have the new format.
    - The EPG scanner now scans each transponder only once per cycle.
    - Deleted recordings are now automatically removed from disk after a while (not
      only when disk space is being needed for a new recording).
    - Fixed repeat function in LIRC remote control.
    - Changed the MAXDVBAPI macro in dvbapi.c to 4 in order to directly support the
      maximum possible number of DVB cards.
    - The 'Ca' parameter in the default 'channels.conf' has been changed from '2'
      to '3' because the VDR prototype now has 3 DVB cards (and currently the CAM
      module only works if it is inserted into the last DVB card).
    - The "Now", "Next" and "Schedule" menus now remember the current channel and
      restore the list when switching between them.
    - The "Green" button in the "Recordings" menu can now be used to rewind a
      recording and play it from the very beginning.
    - Fixed handling ':' in timer filenames and '\n' in timer summaries (see FORMATS).
    - When removing recordings empty directories are now removed from the video
      directory.
    - Added the "schnitt" tools from Matthias Schniedermeyer.
    - New SVDRP command MESG to display a short message on the OSD.
    - The Perl script 'svdrpsend.pl' can be used to send SVDRP commands to VDR.
    - SVDRP can now immediately reuse the same port if VDR is restarted.
    - SVDRP now has a timeout after which the connection is automatically closed
      (default is 300 seconds, can be changed in "Setup").
    - The compile time switch VFAT can be used to make VDR avoid the ':' character
      in file names (VFAT can't handle them). Do 'make VFAT=1' to enable this.
    - Support for DVB-C (thanks to Hans-Peter Raschke and Peter Hofmann).
      See the INSTALL file for more information about the use of VDR with cable.
    - Fixed an occasional segfault in the EIT processor.
    - A value of '0' for the EPGScanTimeout setup parameter now completely turns off
      scanning for EPG data on both single and multiple card systems.
    - New setup parameter "PrimaryLimit" that allows to prevent timers from using the
      primary DVB interface in multi card systems. Default value is 0, which means
      that every timer may use the primary interface.
    - The 'active' field of a timer will now be explicitly set to '1' if the user
      modifies an active timer (see FORMATS for details).
    - The new command line option -w can be used to activate a watchdog that makes
      VDR exit in case the main program loop does not respond for more than the
      given number of seconds. This is mainly useful in combination with the new
      'runvdr' script that restarts VDR in case is has exited.
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