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TCP commands

Could you please add an easy way to add TCP commands. Now it's very difficult due scripting. only UDP is to less.

I need an easyway to give ip adress and message. it is so simple to write it in your software. One way is enough, so no receiving. Receiving would be nice but not needed very often.

 

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    Lyndon

     

    what brightauthor version are you testing with? That's very odd. It's saying that getuserdata isn't returning a string. I can try and duplicate with the same ba version you're using. 

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    David Gaither

    Thanks for looking into it!

     

    I am using BrightAuthor 4.7.0.20.  I can also provide a presentation with it configured if you want.  I don't see a way to upload files here, so let me know the best way to get it to you.

     

    Thanks!

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    Jon Holtze

    Hi all

    I have a XT243 player.

     

    Im trying to utilize your provided plugin. I want to send this command: *power = on

    No matter what i do i cannot get it to work. It works fine in packetsender. I have tested these combinations:

     

    tcp!*power = on

    tcp!power = on

    tcp!power = on\r

     

    None seem to work. But i can ping the projector from the brightsign, and on the same network i can use packetsender with this command with success.

     

    Please help me. Im two inches away from throwing this piece of shit player in the trash!

     

     

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    Timo

    Hello,

    I am stuck with the "port$ = event.GetUserData()" problem, too.

    Any news or solution?

    Timo

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    Jon Holtze

    I got it to work. Send me an email and i can sent you the show file. jon@holtze.dk

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    Ben Cleland

    Could the TCP command that Lyndon was referencing above be used to PRINT a PDF---Using user variables?

    https://brightsign.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/210604577/comments/212217788 

     

     

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    krt

    Hi!

    I have Barco, HD233 and XT1143. 

    Barco uses JSON RPC. 

    The purpose is to control Barco's shutter. 

    The command for it is:

    {

    "jsonrpc": "2.0",

    "method": "optics.shutter.toggle",

    "id": 310,

    "params": {}

    }

     

    How can it be converted for Brightsign?

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    krt

    Solved.

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    Laurent de Goede

    But how, how did you solve it @krt ?

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    Jgrogan

    It looks like several people have had a similar issue, and perhaps I'm missing it, but I don't see a posted answer.

     

    I'm using the control command "setstate,1:1,0 \r" and it works flawlessly with packet sender, but my XD1034 is unsuccesful. Is the space in front of the carriage return whats throwing things off? How do I skirt that?

     

    Thanks in advance

     

     

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