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Old 02-16-2010, 2:59 PM
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Sorry - Windows only. Too much media playing / customization to be made compatible.
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Will the final version have a button to remove a feed?
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It's already in there - rightclick over the feed and "delete"
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I never got to view the open beta, but will this be integrated with RR? (Meaning, is it like the private beta where you enter your own feed or can you browse them)
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It is a fully licensed RR application, and the RR database is available via dropdown interface.
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It's already in there - rightclick over the feed and "delete"
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This is a cool application that reminds me of Action Scanner for the iPhone. Very useful...
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That was exactly the app that opened my eyes to the possibility... I love it on my iPhone, but that wasn't good enough
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That was exactly the app that opened my eyes to the possibility... I love it on my iPhone, but that wasn't good enough
Looking forward to trying it out once the trial is available. Will be very nice to have running in the background vs. my iphone. LOL
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I notice that if i set the Squelch to 1 for Auto, if i shut down the program for the night the next day when i start it up it goes back to 250. Is there a way to save it to it's last setting?
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That should be "-1" for auto, and yes you can save. Click on the bank then save.
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That should be "-1" for auto, and yes you can save. Click on the bank then save.
Ok i tried that yet when i go back to look at the setting it shows 250 shouldn't it show me the current setting of -1?
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No - "-1" means auto. The lowest that auto will go is 250. There's really no reason to go below that, but if you want to then just enter a number between 1 and 250.
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No - "-1" means auto. The lowest that auto will go is 250. There's really no reason to go below that, but if you want to then just enter a number between 1 and 250.
Ok got it. Thanks again for your Help.
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This is a GREAT product.
A very clever idea on your part Rob.
Smart work.
I know it is the baby stages but I see GREAT things & uses for this.
Please keep up the great work.
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Out of curiosity, do those using ScannerLive show up in the total listener counts for the feeds?

I like the program, works great!

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Yes it does in the feed owners page like the other connections.
It shows up as ScannerLive-v0.
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I've put some YouTube videos of the final release in action at ScannerLive if you want to take a look. The demo is up there too, but I don't have documentation yet. I'd expect just another day or so to complete that, but if you really want to play it's there. If you really want to buy it now - you can do that too!

(The URL will change when the manual is uploaded, I'll also create a user forum there for tracking questions / future improvements / etc.)
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Rob:

I just have to tell you that your program has quickly become my primary tool for listening to live feeds! I've always listened to several scanners at once in my shack, as well as multiple feeds on RR. Like many of us here, listening to one scanner or one department is just not enough ;-)

Your nifty little program was the perfect solution for someone like me. Now, I just have to bring up one program on my PC and I'm instantly listening to 10 feeds at once with little to no effort on my part. My 10 feeds consist of departments where I currently live and also from places I used to live & monitor elsewhere around the Northeast.

At night, I run your program on my main PC downstairs in the shack and hook a Crane FM transmitter to the speaker headphone jack. I then tune it in on my bedstand FM radio (Bearcat 370CRS) using 106.0 FM and plug my headphones in (required by the boss). I drift off to sleep (eventually) listening to broadcasts from all of my favorite places.

Simply put, you have provided us with a great solution. Well worth the registration fee and highly recommended!

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I get an error after downloading, Unhandled exception. Conversion from string "false" to type "double" is not valid. If I continue to bypass, seems to run OK, but the error returns if I close and re run the program. Any ideas?

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It sounds like a connection problem that may be related to your firewall. Make sure that ScannerLive has permission for the ports it needs.
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