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 71 
 on: May 18, 2015, 11:48:44 am 
Started by Robocop - Last post by Robocop
I had to deactivate "Don't do anything with Coverart" (Make blue) in order to deactivate OSD, OSD running time and As bar(Make blue)
I activated "Don't do anything with Coverart" (made Red) and now we can play track after track and flower background gone now.
Solved now yeah!!!! Thanks.
Sound is much improved especially over laptop but have done two things at once. New server and new software.

Robert

 72 
 on: May 18, 2015, 10:05:28 am 
Started by Robocop - Last post by PeterSt
No, in XXHighEnd Settings. Look for OSD and OSD Running time. There you will also see the "As Bar". Switch ALL off.

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Don't use cover art have switched off Don't do anything with coverart.

I think you did what I wanted you to try, but literally this is incorrect. So *Activate* "Don't do anything with Coverart" (make Red).

Peter

 73 
 on: May 18, 2015, 09:55:09 am 
Started by Robocop - Last post by Robocop
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but also deactivate the Running Time stuff, including the "As Time Bar" (similar).

Is this in the OS task manager?

 74 
 on: May 18, 2015, 09:45:28 am 
Started by Robocop - Last post by Robocop
Don't use cover art have switched off Don't do anything with coverart.

Robert

 75 
 on: May 18, 2015, 09:37:52 am 
Started by Robocop - Last post by PeterSt
Robert,

Two things for you to try :

1. Leave that background be for this moment (I am serious as it relates to #2);

2. I think you don't use Coverart at this moment. If that is correct, then switch off the Coverart in Settings (activate "Don't do anything with Coverart") but also deactivate the Running Time stuff, including the "As Time Bar" (similar).

Hence : Yesterday I found a bug in the settings combinations implied by #2.
If you normally use Coverart after all, please tell me.

Peter

 76 
 on: May 18, 2015, 09:24:32 am 
Started by Robocop - Last post by Robocop
Everytime I load XXhighend it brings up the flowered screen background. I delete this and set a plain background. Reboot but the same background returns with xxhighend. I attempted to load a new XXhighend200a but this would not happen. should I delete the current XXhighend and start from fresh with the plain background?

Also XXhighend will only play one track then stop. I've checked all settings and they appear to be good.

Robert

 77 
 on: May 18, 2015, 08:39:36 am 
Started by Robocop - Last post by PeterSt
About the connection of the Audio PC (which plays the audio) to the network :

WiFi forbidden in the Audio PC (well, we like the better SQ, right ?). This means that the Audio PC will be wired-connected to something we can call the LAN (Local Area Network) and in that LAN there's a WiFi Access Point somewhere.

Notice that this isn't about the LAN as such at all; it is only about a connection to that WiFi Access point.  Most have such a WiFi access point these days and often it is built-in in the Internet Router (the box which connects to the outer world).
So doing it like this, theoretically connects your Audio PC to the Internet (not really because it requires settings, but alas).

When you get yourself an explicit WiFi Access Point ($20 or so), meant to connect to a LAN to provide WiFi (communications) then you can also connect that Access Point with a direct Ethernet cable to the Audio PC. This now never allows Internet access (just don't stick any other Ethernet cables in it and also don't "bridge" the Access Point with the other WiFi you may/will have).

This is now hardware-wise ready for your Tablet etc. to communicate with the Audio PC.

 78 
 on: May 18, 2015, 08:19:39 am 
Started by Robocop - Last post by PeterSt
About the Bluetooth dongles :

They are useless by now because at least back at the time there was no driver for Windows 8. Or not a good one. Maybe that changed, I just don't know ...

Peter

 79 
 on: May 18, 2015, 12:29:03 am 
Started by Robocop - Last post by Robocop
I'm about to launch into setting this up. I do have the xxhighend bluetooth dongles but no software.

I see that Teamviewer and google have a remote app for this. Can I use these to operate Xxhighend on my server?

What is the advantage for using your dongles?

I don't have an intermediate computer at this time, laptop has been used for another task.

Any suggestions appreciated, also I'm keen to minimise any tablet influence over the sound.

Robert


 80 
 on: May 17, 2015, 08:12:30 pm 
Started by boleary - Last post by boleary
Did the above procedure you described but no luck: changing volume causes the cover art to disappear for the track that is playing; it reappears at the start of the next track in the playlist.

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