Monthly Archives: December 2017

Christmas lights

If you are going to buy some decorative LED lights for Christmas that are battery powered, especially the Poundland type of lights, you might want to check whether they have mounted a small resistor within the circuit as part of … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC beta client available for Linux too

This evening I managed to correct the macro that was causing some unexpected graphic clipping to the Linux version of my beta DC2N4-LC client, so I am glad to share the binary with Linux users within the software page of my … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC beta client available for Windows

Within the software page of my own website users might now download a beta version of the DC2N4-LC multi-threaded GUI client for Windows. This is a very experimental program and not yet flagged as safe for normal usage so don’t use … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC multi-threaded GUI client video update

I thought to take a moment and also show the new facilities coming in version 4 of the DC2N4-LC multi-threaded GUI client: device reboot and firmware update. Unfortunately, as suggested by the description, the video sampling rate is quite low at … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC multi-threaded GUI client update

I’ve finally had enough time to put together all elements of the multi-threaded GUI client for DC2N4-LC. I shall share a screenshot without saying too much about it, other than I plan to release a beta-testing version before Christmas so … Continue reading

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IECHost and DC2N4-LC update

Yesterday I had some time to add an official section about IECHost to my sales page. Those interested will find all details at the very bottom of the page itself. Today I got back to the implementation of a DC2N4-LC … Continue reading

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