awsome, will set this up tomorrow. Thanks for making the software availible to us.
Apologies to those of you who can't get it downloaded. I'll try and sort it out tonight.
.... add me to the list that can not get the register page to load in IE or FireFox.
Also - if you set the server to use wireless - does this mean you can't do removable media as well?
Can't wait to try it out
Current Project 1: Advanced Startup/Shutdown controler V2 - Using Atmel AVR
Current Project 2: Kenwood IR remote Decoder
Current Project 3: Kenwood Disk Changer Controler
It's useless. You really can't get anything off that website.
I'm sure someone would be willing to host this somewhere. Also, what's with the registration process? Why did you go through all the trouble of creating a registration system to simply download the file? (which you really can't do)
If you think about it for a moment you'll be able to work out why there is a registration process. Rather than be obtuse about it though I'll explain - it lets me determine how many people are using the software (and hence whether it is worth spending my time on).Originally Posted by justintime
I had an offer for hosting last night about four seconds after I posted the release note, but haven't had chance to pursue it yet. I already have another location to store the files but if I put them there then I can't track downloads.
A bit of patience/tolerance would be appreciated.
Sorry, I did sound impatient. Hopefully not too rude.
I'm OK with the registration, I just don't like giving out email addresses left and right.
Along the same topic, is there an option to disable the autoupdate? I also don't like my computer going out and reaching for files without my consent. I would rather just download the updates manually. Don't be offended by it... some people won't mind, some people will. It's a pretty common topic of discussion, and I don't want to turn this thread in that direction. All simply want to know if/how to disable it.
The e-mail address field in the registration is optional. Leave it blank if you don't want to specify one.Originally Posted by justintime
There isn't a setting to disable auto updates. I wrote a couple of different responses to this one and I've settled on the following: I don't think I'll change it. The reason for this is that the auto-update feature is designed to keep the client and server applications synchronised. This should make my life easier as I won't end up with people using the wrong client/server combination and wondering why it doesn't work. You'll need to be very convincing to change my mind on that one (feel free to try though).