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    39 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    This feature has been the No.1 request for a long time. There technical reason that this has not been implemented yet, but we are working towards the right direction. Let me explain.

    First, we will provide a quick preview button right inside the Show editor. This button will allow you to push the current show to your test player(s) so that you can check how everything looks a) without saving the Show and b) without pushing to all affected Players. It should make it much easier to preview things fast. But, still, you need a Player to use for this. *We will add this to our Oct 26th release! Stay tuned!*

    Now, concerning the web-based preview, we are working on a Web-powered Yodeck Player. This Player will be the basis for building a preview through the browser. This is quite hard to implement. Really hard. We are working towards…

    Craig Reilly commented  · 

    When will we have this ability to PREVIEW?

    Craig Reilly commented  · 

    Option 2 sounds amazing.
    With option 1 - we will need another Pi... correct?

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    1 comment  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    One way to do this would be to use the Richtext Widget and paste your HTML. Right now, it is not so easy to do, but eventually it will be. Also, we do plan to provide some templates for fixed layouts (HTML templates) which you will be able to edit within the Widget. One of them could be a scheduling template.

    There is also this idea: http://support.yodeck.com/forums/301815-general/suggestions/13087137-calendar-integration-ical-and-google-calendar-etc

    Perhaps this is more close to the scheduling concept? Waiting for your feedback to dig in.

    Craig Reilly commented  · 

    Maybe this is better suited using a custom html page on your in-house server?
    You would likely want to leverage a database for this functionality.

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    3 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Our current Weather Widget is functional, but not the best option. We planning to design a functional and great-looking Weather Widget within the next few months.

    On a side note, we are planning to create Widget Themes, so that you can add Widgets to your screen and have a coherent and great looking result by selecting a Theme defining colors, fonts, and style.

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    2 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    This is due to a restriction impose by the Raspberry Pi hardware. We plan to allow soon using at least two videos. We are also conducting tests with Raspberry Pi 3 to establish the best possible solution.

    We are working towards a solution that might allow 2 videos running concurrently, provided that the bitrates and resolutions are within range.

    Craig Reilly commented  · 

    I have had trouble running these using HDMI over CAT-6 adapters. Once the video layer comes up the screen goes blank.

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