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Channel Order in Total Media 3.5

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    Posted: 25 Feb 2011 at 12:46pm
Hello. I just installed total media 3.5. It appears that channels in the channel list are stored in the order they were found during the scan. So that means that channels broadcast in the high VHF show up before those in the UHF that happen to have lower virtual channel ids. For example, my channel 9-1 shows up before my channel 4-1. I can see that there is a really lame way to change the channel order using TV settings->Edit Channel. But this is very hard to use and quite limited in that it can only move a channel one step up/down at a time. There must be a better way to get this into a decent order such as sorted by virtual channel id. Any hints/tips? Possible to export the channel list, edit it in another tool, and re-import it? Thanks
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I am also finding this a problem as well, is there anything to fix it?
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