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Klaus Schmidinger writes:
The new version 0.96 of the Video Disk Recorder project is now
Made VDR compile with libdvdread-0.9.1
(thanks to Andreas Schultz). Note that you now _need_ version
0.9.1 of libdvdread to compile VDR with DVD support!
Several fixes to the replay mode display (thanks to Stefan
Huelswitt): no more replay mode display when pressing the
"Green" or "Yellow" button (Skip +/-60s); fixed timeout when
pressing '0' to set an editing mark while the progress display
is not shown; mode display is shown after progress display is
closed; pressing "Ok" while the mode display is on brings up the
progress display; no more unnecessary display of "normal play
Supplying the new frontend parameter 'Inversion' (currently
it is always set to INVERSION_AUTO, which should work with all
channels on Astra).
Removing unnecessary double quotes from EPG Subtitle in EPGBugfixLevel >=1.
EPG info is now updated if the contents changes but the ID remains the same.
Fixed handling SVDRP commands whith more than one blank between the command
word and the options.
The current volume setting is now saved to setup.conf and restored at the
next program start.
New command line option '-r' to define a command that gets called before and
after each recording (see INSTALL for details).
Implemented a check to see whether the system time is running linearly.
Writing the current time (as seen by VDR) into the log file
when starting a timer recording (this may help debugging cases
where timers don't start at the expected time).
Made the volume, mute and power keys work when a menu is
active, too (thanks to Matthias Weingart).
Thanks Klaus and the many contributors!