danlindstrom

User Interface

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Setting up a new Network that will have 14 control points in a command center. The network has over 80 remote locations. The network is not a problem. What I am looking for is a GUI for the 14 control points. Has anyone used a GUI with their systems?

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What exactly are you referring to as "using a GUI"? Using the software and opening a product to the control panel for that product is using a GUI. Creating custom controls on a control screen in IQwiq is using "GUIs". There are many people that have created custom control screens and use them on multiple computers this way those computers can be given only the controls they need to have for their operational area or the entire system if desired.

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What exactly are you referring to as "using a GUI"? Using the software and opening a product to the control panel for that product is using a GUI. Creating custom controls on a control screen in IQwiq is using "GUIs". There are many people that have created custom control screens and use them on multiple computers this way those computers can be given only the controls they need to have for their operational area or the entire system if desired.

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What we want to do is take audio from a PC to the Prosys using the Cobra Net.

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What exactly are you referring to as "using a GUI"? Using the software and opening a product to the control panel for that product is using a GUI. Creating custom controls on a control screen in IQwiq is using "GUIs". There are many people that have created custom control screens and use them on multiple computers this way those computers can be given only the controls they need to have for their operational area or the entire system if desired.

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What we want to do is take audio from a PC to the Prosys using the Cobra Net.

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HI Dan I just talked to you and Mike on the phone. Currently there is no way to go directly from a PC's Ethernet port and send the computer's audio out via CobraNet unless you use a third party card to go into the computer.

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