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  1. From within the app... EyeTV3 -> Check for Updates.. 3.6.9 (7530) update is found Installed Had to do some clearing of EPG and resetting of channels, but YAY the guide is back! THANK YOU!
  2. From within the app... EyeTV3 -> Check for Updates.. 3.6.9 (7530) update is found Installed Had to do some clearing of EPG and resetting of channels, but YAY the guide is back! THANK YOU!
  3. From within the app... EyeTV3 -> Check for Updates.. 3.6.9 (7530) update is found Installed Had to do some clearing of EPG and resetting of channels, but YAY the guide is back! THANK YOU!
  4. Ya know.. Hiccups happen. I don't fault anyone for that. But when what should be a minor inconvenience for a couple days turns into a major inconvenience for over a month, my patience wears thin. If the issue was reported, Geniatech acknowledged it and reported they were working on it... then a few days later a release to correct the issue was made available, then no problem. But when they correct the issue in a matter of days for one app version then take at least a month to update the more prolific version of the application.... well, it starts to look like they are merely pushing for users to spend money and upgrade, if they feasibly can due to OS versioning. Problems arise when money has been spend and services are not being rendered..... If my phone, cable, internet, power, water, et al. supplier just stopped delivering services one day.... and it took over a month to get services back, well surely the frustration is understandable. If they have a reportedly working beta version, then they need to release it, even as a beta, so users at least get SOME functionality back. If there's even a partially working beta version for EyeTV3 users, please release it. Thanks. (FYI the 9 minute wait between posts is a bit extreme )
  5. Good for you.. now how about everyone else???????????? It's not very helpful for someone to post "oh it works for me" .... when no one else has a solution they can implement.
  6. screenshot doesn't actually mean anything.. it could still be an older version. All I know is I still have no guide here and it's now August.
  7. ..by default EyeTV3 originally used TVGuide data... at least it has always defaulted to that here prior to the last guide debacle and subsequent update. Originally there are 3 choices... none TVGuide XML After the last guide issue in 2019 the choices changed. none EyeTVEPGPremium XML Sounds more like you may not have gotten an "update" at all, but rather an older version. Unless they are actually moving back to TVGuide, but not sure why they would have ever left TVGuide to begin with. The TVGuide data was much, much, much better than anything else I've seen.
  8. Looks like a "fix in July" was less than realistic.... Worst customer support ever.
  9. My primary system is stuck at Yosemite. Yes, I know is very old at this point, but due to critical software that will not run in anything newer it's stuck at 10.10.5. Upgrading to (and spending money for) EyeTV 4 , in order to get the program guide, which I've already paid for, is not a solution. I suspect it's not a solution for many. I have other Macs capable of running more recent OS versions that I can update, but they are never used for EyeTV. 22 Days now....
  10. Clearly Geniatech didn't want to strike the same deal with TVGuide that ElGato had. Even when the guide actually works, it's nowhere near the quality it was 3 years ago.. even the schedulesdirect guides are better than the "Premium" guide from Geniatech... ...makes no difference though if the guide doesn't actually function.
  11. I'm no app developer, but I really don't understand why it takes weeks if the problem is merely the need to update some internal URL the app uses to fetch EPG data. That, to me, seems like a 1-2hr fix. Especially if v4 is updating v3 EPG data as well. (I can't install v4 on my current OS - and I really want to pay for it yet either).
  12. The script utilizes mc2XML which expired in Oct 2020 and has not been updated. You can fiddle with the system date to set it back to Sept 2020 and the script should work.. but it's way more hassle here than it was initially. By default, mc2XML will only pull 2 weeks of data from the current date.. so you have to tell the script to start pulling data X weeks from Sept 2020....
  13. It's possible I may be misremembering the year and mc2xml may have failed Oct 1 2019, not 2020 (pandemic makes it hard to be certain).. Even if it was 2019, that's still a good 8+ months, not 5.
  14. Sure seemed like a lot longer than 5 months.. I originally posted this: in Feb 2019.... (No clue why the quote included that scheduling image it's not part of the thread/post) mc2xml failed on Oct 1 2020... That's 18 months... I had to manually initiate updates using mc2xml for at least a month after that.... It wasn't until Nov/Dec 2020 that the "EyeTVEPGPremium" was rolled out to replace TVGuide EPG.. that's over a year.. in fact, nearly 2 years. And now, July 2021 it's down again....