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Posted by drivinglucysgran (U13856574) on Tuesday, 3rd March 2009
Does anyone else have problems with being able to view the public's text comments on Question Time once they have pressed the red button? The standard message appears - that comments will appear shortly, but nothing else happens. This has gone on for several weeks now.
Posted by Andrew Bowden (U178009) on Friday, 6th March 2009
Are you scrolling down the page using your arrow keys? They don't appear in a replacement method, but only following an action.
Posted by drivinglucysgran (U13856574) on Saturday, 7th March 2009
yes, have successfully navigated to page 155 in the past. But for the last 4 weeks all I get on page 155 is the small screen showing the QT program and the message telling viewers about the phone No. and that texts will appear here when the program starts at 10.35. However this screen doesn't change as it has done in the past. I was wondering if it is just us in the East region (or is it just me)
Posted by Sue_Aitch (U3336990) on Wednesday, 18th March 2009
Trau letting the Digital Text team know: their address is on Reb Button page 9990 under Contact Us
Posted by zelda (U2012536) on Saturday, 21st March 2009
I had that problem 2 weeks back. There were no texts and the constant on screen message was that the board was closed until the next Question Time. It was OK this Thursday but the change of old to new messages is always far too slow.
I much preferred the old teletext way!
(I am in London area)
Posted by drivinglucysgran (U13856574) on Saturday, 21st March 2009
Thank you Sue, I will give it a try.
I thought that re-tuning the freeview box might cure it, but no such luck! Did find that if I accessed page 155 via BBC2 I could get a "frozen" screen of a QT text message along side the Newsnight screen. The only way to change the text message screen was to keep flipping back and forth between BBC1 & BBC2........Not a good way to watch a program.
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