A software bug is an error, flaw, failure or fault in a computer program or system that causes it to produce an incorrect or unexpected result, or to behave in unintended ways. Software bugs can be frustrating and can reveal themselves in a variety of different ways within a software application. From Facebook to FaceTime, no software is exempt from these tiny little annoyances.
If you are using a Dell CloudConnect to access ScreenScape4, please be advised: YouTube has discontinued service for their streaming video player on this generation of device.
Refer here for more details and information on what to do next if this applies to your situation.
We released more media apps this week, this time in the form of Trivia apps. (more…)
If you’re paying close attention you know we’ve started introducing our first Apps. Apps are a unique kind of Media layer. What makes them special is they’re dynamic. They pull their data from an outside source which can change over time. This built-in automation makes digital signs more useful, while at the same time making them more interesting and easier to maintain.
Watch the video for a quick demonstration of Time and Date Apps in action, and read on to learn more about how these apps can be used in your own designs.
If you are seeing an issue with your digital sign, what do you do? Well the first thing to do is to try to locate the source of the problem. Is it a local issue? Have I changed my network configuration? Or maybe it’s not a local issue. Is ScreenScape down?
If you find yourself unable to access the ScreenScape service and you suspect the service may be down then head over to status.screenscape.com. The ScreenScape Status page provides incident reports, upcoming scheduled maintenance windows, application error rates and the historical uptime of the ScreenScape service. With a quick glance, you can see if there have been any ScreenScape service incidents over a 90 day period.
Yesterday we introduced our first ‘Apps’. You’ll find them in your Media editor under a new ‘Cloud’ button, along with some new app-powered templates.