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  1. Solved. I quit EyeTV and rebooted the computer and the overlay didn't comeback when I relaunched EyeTV. I'd still like to know why it showed up ion the first place - it doesn't seem to have any advantage over the Controls menu, or the keystroke Control-Option-C which changes the video input to Component.
  2. Odd overlay appears if mouse cursor is over video I'm using EyeTV on my second computer, a 2020 iMac with Monterey and EyeTV 4.0.0_8532 and a classic EyeTV HD. EyeTV worked great on various Macs I have had since 4.0 came out. Today a new semi-transparent overlay on the left side of the screen appeared. It shows the 3 video inputs available - Composite, S-Video and Component with numbers 1, 10 and 100 to left of the words. I'm using Component and its highlighted in blue on the overlay. I have never seen this overlay before. I usually choose Component from the Controls menu. But this new overlay appears on screen whenever I move my mouse and won't go away until I move the mouse outside the video window - no matter what the screen size is (I normally use Full Screen) OR after 3 seconds of not moving the mouse. It also appears if I use a keyboard key to jump forward or backward. It's distracting and I can't find a way to turn it off. I probably inadvertently pressed some key combo that turned it on. Anyone run into this? Thanks, TW EyeTV user since 1.0
  3. I also have this issue on High Sierra 10.13.2. I don't see any time remaining numbers in the live TV buffer whether there is 1 hour or more - or less - in the buffer. I first thought it was a font issue but I have now installed all the fonts from my previous System and the numbers still don't appear. I haven't tried recording yet.