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General Discussion / Re: HTML 5 Widgets and Local Storage
« on: September 21, 2017, 07:47:23 PM »
yes, works fine now with 11.x

Player Hardware / Inexpensive HW for "Lite" Player on 11.03
« on: September 03, 2017, 07:05:15 PM »
We have started testing the FBLs with 11.03, specifically the Scala HD Lite Player.

The pricing for it is appealing when no Scala scripts are involved, but we have not been able to find a similarly reduced price player.

ie, the PC Sticks won't work;  they are only 2GB RAM, only run Windows 10, no ROM expansion, and most importantly the BIOS does not support automatic reboot after power outage

Has anyone had found a player that works for this in the <$250 range?



General Discussion / Re: HTML 5 Widgets and Local Storage
« on: August 01, 2016, 01:58:48 PM »
I'm interested in discussing.  Can we talk on the phone?  My direct email is  I am working with a client (Guy Tonti) who uses Scala to manage his network.

yes, but wondering if anyone else is also pushing them for this.

Waiting for Version 12 is not acceptable.

Player / Cookies are not supported?? Anyone else see this??
« on: June 15, 2016, 03:15:14 PM »
We were assured the saving of cookies would be fixed in V11, it is not.  Cookies are still not saved in any of the versions we tested.

Has anyone else seen this or possibly figured out a workaround.

The Scala engineering team refuses to respond other than it is something in the way it is not reading the "mmos.ini" (where WEBCLIP_CachePath  was added, but doesn't seem to work).


If not, will Scala pay for the upgrades Microsoft charges us?

General Discussion / HTML 5 Widgets and Local Storage
« on: December 01, 2015, 02:05:26 PM »
Hi all.  Is anyone working with HTML5 widgets with live data feeds and the Scala Player?  Does anyone have particular experience with the use of HTML's Local.Storage option for caching data when Internet connectivity is compromised?  I'm definitely interested in talking to someone about making this work within Scala.  Thanks!!!

Designer / Re: Adobe edge HTML5 uploaden
« on: November 25, 2015, 05:43:29 PM »
I do and can weigh in.  Actively working with Scala and HTML.

When you export the HTML, your HTML file, named <filename>.html needs to be at the same directory level as the resources folder it generated, named <filename>.resources (typically).  Rename the HTML to index.html, select this file and the resources folder and compress to .zip.  Rename this file with .wgt extension, add to Scala Content Manager directly as a media item and then add to a playlist.  Voila!!!

Joyce Vogt
Unified Brand

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