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Programme Manager - Swap instead of Move in Antenna mode


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While in the Satellite mode channel moving works as expected, in the Antenna mode the Move command performs 'swap' rather than 'move'. Example:

 

Satellite mode:

1. Ch 1     2. Ch 2
3. Ch 3     4. Ch 4
5. Ch 5     6. Ch 6
7. Ch 7     8. Ch 8

 

After moving 5 to 2:

 

1. Ch 1     2. Ch 5
3. Ch 2     4. Ch 3
5. Ch 4
    6. Ch 6
7. Ch 7     8. Ch 8

As expected.

 

Antenna mode:

1. Ch 1     2. Ch 2
3. Ch 3     4. Ch 4
5. Ch 5     6. Ch 6
7. Ch 7     8. Ch 8

 

After moving 5 to 2:

 

1. Ch 1     2. Ch 5
3. Ch 3     4. Ch 4
5. Ch 2     6. Ch 6
7. Ch 7     8. Ch 8

Wrong!

 

Can anyone confirm the behavior?

 

It is very frustrating to organize the channels when 'swap' is performed instead of 'move'. Moving just one single channel requires multiple swaps so the Move command for sure has to behave as in the Satellite mode.

 

LG 42LB650V

FW: 04.30.16

webOS: 1.3.0-3216(afro-arches)

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