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Future plans/Keeping the PC speaker on

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  • #860

    Darwyn43
    Participant

    Hi, thanks for the PC app – it makes the whole system work for me!

    I’m just wondering if you have any plans for a more user-friendly version of the PC Java App at some point? Something with a UI/a way to simplify setting up the PC speaker each time?

    On a related note, the first time I set up the PC speaker, I accidentally noticed that I closed the cmd prompt and I was able to keep playing to the PC speaker. However, I haven’t been able to reproduce the situation as each time I close the cmd prompt now, it says the speaker is “offline.” Any thoughts?

    Again, thanks for the amazing app!

    #861

    jekapps
    Keymaster

    Hey Darwyn.
    You are absolutely right, the PC speaker app requires an UI. I have a very long list of features I want to realize and this one is in the top 5. Please stay tuned, I will let you know when its done.

    And regarding your second question:
    You can keep the speaker app running by changing the command line from “java” to “javaw”:
    javaw -jar soundseederspeaker.jar
    But please note: You will need to kill the process via your task manager, if you want to stop the speaker app.

    #862

    Darwyn43
    Participant

    Awesome, great info – thanks Jekapps!

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