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- Wed Nov 20, 2019 9:57 am
- Forum: GTT Designer
- Topic: GTT Designer requires admin privileges on every launch?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 2783
The gtt designer is actively requesting elevated privileges, the way the designer communicates with the unit requires this. If you drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org we can send you a copy that doesn't request these privileges, however, the automatic deployment functionality will not be avai...
The factory values we ship with : Red: 255 Green: 255 Blue :255 Contrast: 114 IR: On One more note, please be responsible with the set default and set splash screen calls, they store their data in a little eeprom chip on the module which is rated for 1 Million write cycles. With our normal gui tools...
Uhmmz, well this is embarrassing, it seems like IOCTL_GET_DEFAULT_CONTRAST got defined, but didn't get implemented which is why it's failing on you. I'll make a note to get this implemented, but it might be a bit before that'll happen, sorry about that.
Ever since the 2011 update, driver-core is no longer used, a normal windows driver with an IOCTL interface is used now so calling it from C++ should not be an issue. Now the bad news: we've never written a C++ library to use this driver (just a C# library) I threw together a quick C++ example that d...
- Mon Nov 25, 2013 9:00 am
- Forum: GX and Typhoon
- Topic: LCDStudio Status or Updates?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 6282
Yeah the domain transfer from my old dutch hosting to my new north American one didn't go as smoothly as i hoped, and the domain got locked for a 2 month period, I just poked the hosting guys again to see what's up, either way, support isn't dead, the site is ready to go with active forum on the new...
I have no docs available, but if there are specific questions about functionality, feel free to send me a PM and i'll be more than happy to help out. I have to admit at the usb level there's not much to it, put frame, set backlight color etc, pretty basic stuff. and by the looks of it the lcd4linux ...
- Wed Sep 14, 2011 11:10 am
- Forum: LK/ELK/VK/PK/OK/MX/GLK/EGLK/GVK/GLT
- Topic: example: Sending text from LK202-25 with Visual Basic 6
- Replies: 7
- Views: 6401
Thats vb.net though, vb6 got released in 1999, microsoft's official support ended somewhere in 2005. You might be better off learning vb.net instead since thats still a supported product.
No driver core is no longer needed, but since media portal was written against it we supplied a compatibility dll that makes media portal happy with the new drivers. You can safely remove DriverCore completly.
Given due to the number of request for the drivers we have in test and the feedback sofar I'm making them 'semi' public by putting them here for people to play with. These should work on XP/Vista/Win7 in both x86 and x64 variants. Be sure to remove the old software if you had it installed, after tha...