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Schedule editor flexibility and other enhancements.
Note: no theme changes are required with this commit, however, two changes are recommended. See below. The primary change in this commit allows options from the schedule, storage and post processing options screens to optionally appear on the main screen. This serves two purposes. One, a theme can be targeted at novice users by putting only the most basic options on the main screen and requiring use of the menu to access the more advanced options. Two, power users can put the options they use most frequently on the amin screen. Other enhancements to the schedule editor in this commit include the following. All buttons on the main screen except those for rule type and save are now optional. Any applicable functionality is always available by pressing MENU so there is no longer a need to have a button for each child option screen. This change is mainly to make room on the main screen for the new, optional settings. A new, optional setting called "newrepeat" splits the kDupsNewEpi functionality out from the poorly overloaded "dupscope" setting. If the "newrepeat" setting is found in the theme, the "dupscope" setting does not include the "Record new episodes only" option. The INFO and UPCOMING actions now work like they do in most other places in mythfrontend. The PREVVIEW and NEXTVIEW actions cycle through the main screen and all of the applicable child screens. The Filter options screen is logically at the same level as the other child option screens. If the theme includes a "Filter" button on the Schedule options screen, it should either be removed or moved to the main screen. If the theme cascades the child option screens, the Filter options screen should use the same positioning as the other child option screens. The Metadata options screen no longer performs an automatic lookup when the inetref is not set. An optional save button can be on any of the child options screens.
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