On-Screen Keyboard & Scheduled Recordings
About On-Screen Keyboard
The On-Screen Keyboard makes it easy to enter Text,
Numbers and Various Symbols with your remote control.
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Use channel up/down to select different keyboard
keys to select Letters, Numbers or
key to move to the virtual keyboard
on the right.
Using the On-Screen Keyboard
There are two methods you can use to enter characters
with the virtual keyboard:
Use the HOT KEYS - Each character in the
Letters and Signs keyboards shows a hot key
above it that corresponds to one on the remote
control. Press this key repeatedly until the
character you wish to enter is highlighted and then
press ENTER. For example, to enter the letter
"s", press the 7 key four times. Notice that the
first letter is automatically capitalized.
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/ keys - Simply use the
directional arrow keys to move to the character you
wish to insert and then press ENTER.
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You can select "<" and ">" symbols only in the
Press the CLEAR key or use the
keys to move to Back and press ENTER.
a b c
d e f
j k l
m n o
t u v
w x y z
Saving Your Changes
To save your changes, select Done by pressing
DISPLAY or using the
select Done and then pressing ENTER.
Timer Recordings are designed for unattended
operation and will work when the recorder is in
Scheduled a Recording
To Begin programming a scheduled recording,
press the REC MENU button on the remote
control. This will access the recorder's Schedule
03/15/05 - 08:00PM
Tue - 02:00PM
02/14/06 - 08:00PM
Press ENTER to add a new schedule
Current Time - Current time of the clock.
Events - Total scheduled recording event(s).
Close Screen - To close the Schedule Screen.
Add New Schedule Recording - Choose to
add a new event to the Schedule.
Change Current Schedule Setting - Choose
to Edit the Schedule.
Toggle Current Items - Change the status of
the schedule - Ready or Suspended.
Remove Current Schodule from Schedule
List - Delete the current schedule.
Before any schedules have been entered, the
New Schedule Recording screen will appear by
The unauthorized recording use, distribution, or
revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs
and other materials, is prohibited under the
Copyright Laws of the United States and other
countries, and may subject you to civil and/or
A timer recording may start several seconds up to
about a quarter of 1 minute behind the
programmed start time.
Feb 12, 2005 - 08:00PM