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TOPIC: Is there still an issue with Windows 10 webserver code and NANO ?

Is there still an issue with Windows 10 webserver code and NANO ? 01 Jun 2018 14:04 #1

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Tested version 1.2.0 with RPI3 and web server works without an issue using my ColibriNANO.
When I run the RS for 1.2.0 on windows 10 all works as expected with the remote client and NANO.
However if I install the Apache server from the software page and extract then run the start.bat file
it starts as expected, but when I connect a browser to port 8080 and select the ColibriNANO
it starts but still appears to suffer from the click offset issue reported many months ago,
Does this Apache code for Windows need the same fixes that appear to have been applied to the new RPi 3 image ?
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Is there still an issue with Windows 10 webserver code and NANO ? 05 Jun 2018 09:15 #2

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Any comments or confirmation of this ?

Will a new release of the Windows Apache build be coming out to bring it up to the 27-04-2018 code base ?
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Is there still an issue with Windows 10 webserver code and NANO ? 05 Jun 2018 11:00 #3

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Hi, Taylor.
Here is the link to the new html5server, please try it out - drive.google.com/open?id=1SAgPA947D53gszVoBdXcZitSpfIXUhM1
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Is there still an issue with Windows 10 webserver code and NANO ? 05 Jun 2018 11:23 #4

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Thank you for the reply and link
I have downloaded this new server and tested it out, it is working as it should now with the click on waterfall signal no longer showing any offset issues when using the NANO.
One thing I did notice was that the 2 icons, top left near volume (I think it is mute) and one top right corner (not sure what this is)
are both just blank grey squares, should they contain symbols (real icons) of what they represent when clicked ?
The code was tested using Windows 10 latest update and Microsoft Edge browser.
Thank you for the new windows 10 html server code.
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Is there still an issue with Windows 10 webserver code and NANO ? 06 Jun 2018 09:00 #5

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Hi, Taylor, thanks for the report.
The grey squares are displayed because it's Edge, please try Chrome.
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Is there still an issue with Windows 10 webserver code and NANO ? 06 Jun 2018 09:08 #6

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Tested with Chrome and yes I can confirm the icons are OK with that browser but do not display correctly in Microsoft Edge.
My main browser these days is now Microsoft Edge so I guess now I know what the boxes do I can live with it.
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