I use the program (0.6) to edit my channel list for the Samsung UE55C8700, works great with map-AirD, map-CacleD and map-CDTVVD. On opening map SateD I get the message Bad file size (432000) Expected 292 or 320.
My channel_list_UE55C8700_110807.scm is 101.007 bytes, unpacked map-SateD is 432.000 bytes (many satellites). Is there a solution for this problem?
upload your scm file to any file server and send me the link. I'll have to take a look at it.
PD: Sorry, I didn't see the question until now
Your program looks very neat and usefull, but I have the same problem as jaapj. Depending on the version (0.6 or 0.7) I get an error "Bad file size (576000) expected 172" or "292 or 320". I would very much like to know a solution. Thanks for your trouble.
Just to be sure, I tried version 0.5. Same result: 292 or 320. Is it relevant to say that I use W7 X64?
upload your scm file to any file server (megaupload, fileserver) and post the link here. I'll have to take a look at it.
PD: also, you can create a new "support request" and attach your scm file. (Tracker-> Support request -> add new)
i added artifact 3530434, which is the same problem for e-series tv. would be really great, if you can take a look at the file, maybe it is the same issue as with these other files.
I upload a new version. Try it, and say me if it works well.
hmm, i still get the "bad file size (336000)" message, the message changed slightly. i extreacted the binary into the folder of the 0.8 installation because of the librarys. is that correct?
You need to download v0.9 and extract all the files. Now, in .config file are records sizes stored.
there's only one file in the archive, the file is 200kb smaller than 0.8. can you please repack?
Now I put the good zip file.
I uploaded too fast.. :)
thanks, working now. now supporting e-series :D
Just to let you know: I had to put 144 in fs_mapSateD to make the program work with the export from my UE46C7700.
Thanks for creating this nice editor!
I will add it for future versions,
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