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    McLaren commented  · 

    In fact, you can do this all on the Yodeck played using a widget and a keyboard (I used a small bluetooth one with a built-in trackpad).

    It seems to need to be the first (or possibly only) widget loaded (probably so it gets input focus - I don't know if there's a way to force this to happen, but you can use the mouse to click the right widget if you need to).

    Anyway, it works as a proof-of-concept. Let me know if you'd like any more info :)

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    McLaren commented  · 

    Hi,

    I'm not familiar with Easy Turn, but if the queue management system presented queue information in some kind of format (XML for example), it would be fairly easy to write a widget that requested this and formatted it to display in a widget.

    Failing that, another Pi acting as a webserver could have a button connected (maybe a remote powerpoint 'clicker') that incremented the current number, which could then be picked up by the Yodeck player (or directly attached to it).

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    Sounds reasonable, but it is difficult to implement this feature now. Uploaded zip packages are delivered directly to our cloud storage, not going through the application server. We would have to extract the JSON UI Schema file from the package. And this would also have other workflow issues (what happens if it is broken, etc).

    I am leaving this feature here to see what traction it gets from other users.

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    McLaren commented  · 

    Hi,

    I'm looking forward to trying it. Chrome generally blocks it though - you get 'Refused to set unsafe header "User-Agent"'.

    You can set a custom user agent in the Chrome dev tools, but I don't know if it's possible to enable javascript to set it in code.

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    We have devised a new approach to this feature request. We will be providing the ability to have multiple “Slides” per Layout. Right inside the Layout Editor, you will be able to add new empty “Slides”, essentially making Layouts a kind of a “Slide” deck. You will be able to populate these Slides either by coping/pasting items from other Layouts, duplicate a whole Slide from the current Layout or another Layout, or import a Layout from our Templates.

    We are currently completing an internal refactoring of our Playback Engine, so this will hopefully get released towards Q4-2020! Stay tuned!

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