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Old 08-06-2002, 11:22 PM
Don Don is offline
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Hi Dave!

Thanks for the quick reply and helpful suggestion. I took your advice, and reconfigured my airport base station and now have a single subnet. :-)

I just started using netTunes, and it is *very* cool. I do have a bug to
report, it looks like you are broadcasting whatever happens to be within
the frame of the iTunes windows (on the server) to the clients. But guess
what happens if you happen to pop a window over the iTunes on the
server? Yep, it get's sent to the client as well. I discovered this because
I started up a stream from (check out the "delicious lo-fi
lounge" at -- very groovy) and
it pops up a window to display the current track info, and if that dialog happens
to be on top of the iTunes window, the client sees it too (not a bad feature,
in my opinion). :-) And, you can even control the dialog! Looks like netTunes can
be used in lieu of Apple's remote desktop.


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