Icons instead of lists
Despite arrogant and ignorant replies to concerns aired about You View's switch to icon view instead of list view last year, I really need to try again to put my point across and hope for support from other forum members. It doesn't matter whether or not people prefer one over the other, the fact remains that, for me, visual impairment means that a clear, written list is essential - good bold white font on a strong, dark background. The new format is impossible for me to use and when I heard that it was going to be forced upon us in a software update, I immediately disconnected my boxes from the Internet so am further discriminated against by not having access to the advantages of having paid for You View rather than ordinary PVRs. I cannot be the only person with sight problems who likes to watch favourite programmes and needs to be able to see listings on the EPG and also lists of programmes already recorded. Television can be a bit of a lifeline for me and many others and while lists may not be as appealing to some, surely it would not be beyond the technical expertise of You View to, at least, give customers a choice.