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Just installed my new oled65cx, wonderful image, but disappointed about channel management ! Looks like it's impossible to access favorites by their rank in the list ! You can cycle in the list but the channels keep their original number. Is it possible to add the ability to use the favorites list rank instead ? Like if you're in favorites 1 filter, you could press 1 for the first channel in the list, etc... It could as well be useful to reorder the global channel list for cable (DVB-C) channels. Thank you

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