Where is the TV schedule scrollbar with all of last nights shows?

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what happened to the scroll listing of all shows for the past couple days?
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nickperl

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Posted 9 years ago

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anti.amd.guy

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Is it me or this new layout/server is slow as a snail? It used to be snappy to load your calendar, now, it takes like 13 seconds. My ISP is really good. My question is, Is someone working on this or is this due to beta? Hope you get this fixed.

-DGM

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Load Time for Your Calendar?.
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The TV Show Calendar design is extremely simple, yet there is no button I could press to look at the shows I missed on previous days? Please update soon! The TV Show Calendar is one of the most crucial parts of the website for me and many others.

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I can't look at the shows that were on previous days on the TV Show Calendar?.
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Stacey 'Buesing' Covell

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There used to be a back and forward button on my tracker. After the upgrade there are no longer these options. Is there any chance that they can be returned? I like being able to scroll back and see shows I haven't yet watched and also look forward in the week at upcoming shows on my tracker.

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Where are the tracker schedule back and forward buttons?.
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Jess Fredkin

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we should be able to go forward and backward on the my show calendar like we could before the update. it is annoying to not be able to see what shows i missed last week when they are not on this week.

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we should be able to go forward and backward on the my show calendar.