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mcfly
2005-05-24, 05:55
> does this work with the windows GUI as well?

What's this? Never heard of it...


> The avoiding reload of images is great, but you should make sure it
> wont fail a load in things like hte GUI, and in firefox, IE and
> safari just to cover that most common cases.

I can do further testing with FF and Mozilla (MacOSX/Linux), Safari and
Konqueror. It would be great If a someone could test this with the
browser that shall not be named...

Ben Sandee
2005-05-24, 06:01
Michel,

Can you send me the latest patch directly as an attachment? I've not
been successful pulling the patch data out of the email and I don't
feel like manually applying it (I haven't had my coffee yet this AM).
I'll try it out on IE for you then.

Thanks,
Ben

mcfly
2005-05-24, 06:20
Ben Sandee wrote:
> Can you send me the latest patch directly as an attachment? I've not

What about copy/pasting it from here?

http://lists.slimdevices.com/archives/developers/2005-May/014113.html

Ben Sandee
2005-05-24, 07:06
On 5/24/05, Michel Marti <mma (AT) mcfly (DOT) ch> wrote:
> Ben Sandee wrote:
> > Can you send me the latest patch directly as an attachment? I've not
>
> What about copy/pasting it from here?
>
> http://lists.slimdevices.com/archives/developers/2005-May/014113.html

That just won't work, not sure why. Don't care enough to try to figure it out.

I applied it manually (after coffee) and it works great now on both
Firefox 1.0.4 and IE 6.latestpatch. Server is running debian testing.
I can tell a big difference.

Ben

Philip Meyer
2005-05-25, 01:32
>You certainly have my vote to s**tcan the Windows slimserver.exe browser
>thing. There's no need for it

Well, I vote for keeping it. There is a need for it - iconising to the task tray. I typically leave the interface up all the time, and don't want it minimised to the taskbar.

Also, for beginners, the menu bar is actually quite comforting and useful. It's easier for beginners to find how set the music/playlist folders. View Debug window is useful too (I don't think there's a link advertised anywhere to the log url).

Phil

kdf
2005-05-25, 01:40
Quoting Philip Meyer <slim (AT) hergest (DOT) demon.co.uk>:

> Debug window is useful too (I don't think there's a link advertised anywhere
> to the log url).

There is a link in the change message given at the top of the web UI after
changing a debug setting.
-kdf

dean
2005-05-25, 08:28
Vidur is planning on removing slimserver.exe and replacing it with a
simple tray icon that would let you start/stop the server as well as
bring up the web interface in your favorite web browser.

The installer already gives users the chance to save/set the playlist
folders, but it does make sense to have a setup choice in the taskbar
menu.

-dean

On May 25, 2005, at 1:32 AM, Philip Meyer wrote:

>> You certainly have my vote to s**tcan the Windows slimserver.exe
>> browser
>> thing. There's no need for it
>>
>
> Well, I vote for keeping it. There is a need for it - iconising to
> the task tray. I typically leave the interface up all the time,
> and don't want it minimised to the taskbar.
>
> Also, for beginners, the menu bar is actually quite comforting and
> useful. It's easier for beginners to find how set the music/
> playlist folders. View Debug window is useful too (I don't think
> there's a link advertised anywhere to the log url).
>
> Phil
>
>