On the iPhone X, there is in the bottom a 'white stripe' (bar).
This is for swiping to other apps that are running on the iPhone.
Our installer is asking: can we de-activate this 'white stripe' in iRidium i3 pro app? So, it's not more visible?
I want to display a video on top of iRidium. Since iRidium doesn't support video files, I had to use VLC to play a video.
I've created a command line call to open VLC:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC\vlc.exe" -I dummy --width=512 --height=288 --video-x=1300 --video-y=700 --no-video-deco --no-embedded-video --no-loop --play-and-exit --video-on-top C:\video.mp4
A button in the project opens this command and the video is played.
But when I set iRidium to Full screen, the video is played on the background. Even when "Always on top" is disabled in iRidium.
Next I tried setting iRidium to run without a frame (so not fullscreen) and position it at X:0 Y:0. Still the video is played in the background, even when "Always on top" is disabled.
What can I do to make this work?
Why does the i3lite app not run continuously in the background?
When I want to open the door or turn on a switch, I realize the app takes a lot of time to load.
Ideally once signed in and started, why does the app close on its own? Why cannot the app be kept running continuously in the background so that we do not have to wait for the app to load to use it.
Can you explain how you verify that the accounts for Gate for Google Home and the Google Home are properly linked? Going through all the steps, it all seems to be successful but afterwards there is no indication in Google Home that it knows anything about i3.
Other vendors' interfaces (e.g., Lutron Connect) show that the accounts are connected from within the Google Home app.
Hi, I have the i3 lite server talking to AMX, Gate for Google Home and AMX in the project and the iridum linked to Google Home.
Google Home doesn't respond to anything, so please provide examples of what should work.
I created a button for the AMX device of the gate project called "Cycle Main Scene". How should I get Google Home to invoke this? I have tried things like:
- OK Google, Cycle Main Scene
- OK Google, Tell AMX to Cycle Main Scene
- OK Google, Tell i3 to Cycle Main Scene
but none of these work. What form of command to Google Home should work?
I have been using a SEETEC 10.1" USB DisplayLink monitor running on an INTEL NUC for some applications. When I tried to run i3Pro, it would only display a white screen for the program. The resolution of the monitor is 1024x600. I did find a work around by placing a monitor EDID emulator on the HDMI out of the NUC and then set the display settings to duplicated at 1024x600.
Can you check to see why i3Pro does not display with a DisplayLink monitor.
i need help, i have iphone 6s, resolution in 1366 pixel, i make 1500 pixel list and scroll correctly, if i make 1500 pixel subpage, and i make static list don t scroll, or top or bottom, help please
I have a Windows 10 PC set up as an iRidium Server which has dual NICs:
NIC 1 (AV Network) 192.168.3.1, 255.255.0.0 (no internet access - manually set)
NIC 2 (Campus Network) 10.36.132.x, 255.255.255.0 (internet access via DHCP)
On the PC itself I can see the web server via 127.0.0.1:8888 and 10.36.132.x:8888
From another PC on the Campus network I can see it via 10.36.132.x:8888
However, iRidium does not see the 192.168.3.1 address I have setup for the AV network. Is there a way for it to be accessible from multiple IPs? I noticed when starting up, server lists all the IPv4 addresses available to the machine and it does show my 192.168.3.1 address.
I want to be able to have my AV network operate independent on one Ethernet interface, and use the second Ethernet interface to log in to the server from the normal campus network. Can this be done?
It is possible to change the working time setting with iridium pro?
For example, two days a week, the lights on the first floor will be on.
other days the second floor lights will be on.
Can the customer change it at his / her discretion?
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