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Tehra
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Good day, how can I tell my REX file to remove the description automatically?
I indicate it in the rex file like this:

<desc></desc>

It removes the description but in my guiderex.xml file there are lines like these:

<desc lang="en"> (n)</desc>

I have to be removing those lines manually every time I update my EPG.

And I have another question.
It's been some time since the premiere/> tag began to appear several times in my .xml file and it is also a tag that I have to manually remove. How do I make it not appear?

And finally, I just used the directv.com.ar.ini file and I noticed that especially in sports channels some programs come out with 2 titles, you can check that in the attached xml file. I'm not sure if it's an ini file error or a program error.

EXAMPLE:
<programme start="20220402190000 +0000" stop="20220402210000 +0000" channel="FOX Sports Premium(FXSP)(604)">
<title lang="es">Fútbol Argentino Primera División</title>
<title lang="es">Argentine Primera Division Soccer</title>
<desc lang="es"> (n)</desc>
</programme>

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the (n) is added by webgrab during grabbing.
in wg config mode setting add n to remove it.

http://webgrabplus.com/documentation/configuration/webgrabconfigxml#conf...

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i missed your quest. about premiere
did u try..
<premiere/>
if that dont work(i think it should),this means the same thing..
<premiere></premiere>

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Thank you very much, I had not read the instructions, it helped me!

The other question, why does the premiere/> tag appear in my xml file? It is a tag that I always have to remove manually, I leave an example ini file attached.

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read post above about the premiere tag.
the second title your seeing is the original title.
it should have the language attribute "en" instead of "es".
i sent a message to mat8861 how to fix this(i think).
you can remove this with..
<titleoriginal></titleoriginal>

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Thank you Blackbear199, your solutions helped me!

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