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Steve Raizen
2003-11-20, 13:58
Kevin,

I was referring to the slow down and I experienced the blank frames as well. I have the broken images and the general lack of response.
Essentially, I have not even been able to really set any of the preferences because I cannot load consistently load the server in a browser. That said, the Slimp3 player has worked fine (even a little quicker than before). And as my computer and player are on separate floors, I have just been using the remote to surf for tunes in my living room and iTunes to play music while on the computer.

Steve

On Thu, 20 Nov 2003 12:39:13 -0800 (PST), discuss-request (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com wrote:
>> Steve
> There are two "problems" actualy. However, IE hasn't been reported
> as being problematic. Are you referring to the slowdown, or the
> blank frames?
>
> Try reducing the number of items displayed on a page, from the
> server interface settings. You can also increase the refresh from
> 30 seconds to something longer to give it more time to load. The
> amount of information in the playlist can sometimes take time to
> load.
>
> -kdf

Kevin Deane-Freeman
2003-11-20, 14:00
Quoting Steve Raizen <sraizen (AT) cityxpress (DOT) com>:

> Kevin,
>
> I was referring to the slow down and I experienced the blank frames as well.
> I have the broken images and the general lack of response.
ok,thanks. Felix has found success with the recent pre-release. Try that and
see if it works fo ryou as well :)

> Essentially, I have not even been able to really set any of the preferences
> because I cannot load consistently load the server in a browser.
The blank frames is a skin problem, so changing skins will help. If you can't
get to prefs to do that, just call the skin directly in the URL:
http://slimserver:9000/Default/, for example.

Then you can browse freely.

cheers,
kdf


> That said,
> the Slimp3 player has worked fine (even a little quicker than before). And as
> my computer and player are on separate floors, I have just been using the
> remote to surf for tunes in my living room and iTunes to play music while on
> the computer.
>
> Steve
>
> On Thu, 20 Nov 2003 12:39:13 -0800 (PST),
> discuss-request (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com wrote:
> >> Steve
> > There are two "problems" actualy. However, IE hasn't been reported
> > as being problematic. Are you referring to the slowdown, or the
> > blank frames?
> >
> > Try reducing the number of items displayed on a page, from the
> > server interface settings. You can also increase the refresh from
> > 30 seconds to something longer to give it more time to load. The
> > amount of information in the playlist can sometimes take time to
> > load.
> >
> > -kdf
>
>
>
>