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  • RAM
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    Originally posted by spud View Post
    cool, what was the problem?
    I had an email checking program that would blink the scroll lock light to let you know you have a new email and that was making your plugin think there was keyboard activity.

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  • spud
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    cool, what was the problem?

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  • RAM
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  • spud
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    Originally posted by RAM View Post
    I installed this on my HS2 setup and it will not detect the mouse/keyboard status properly on my remote PC. Everything looked proper on the server and client PC during install. The status on the remote PC shows as ON all the time with no physical activity on that PC.
    Any ideas what's wrong.
    did you start the client as Administrator?
    what does it say at the bottom of the client's window? i9s the status correct?

    what's your inactivity delay? try to lower that down

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  • RAM
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    Installed - doesn't work

    I installed this on my HS2 setup and it will not detect the mouse/keyboard status properly on my remote PC. Everything looked proper on the server and client PC during install. The status on the remote PC shows as ON all the time with no physical activity on that PC.
    Any ideas what's wrong.

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  • spud
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    FYI, I have ported the "Keyboard and Mouse Sensor" plug-in to HS3
    see there: http://board.homeseer.com/showthread.php?t=172552

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  • Kaje
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    Spud,
    I have the keyboard/mouse monitor on my HS2 setup and have yet to switch to HS3. HS3 license bought, just waiting for some key plug ins that are finally coming about before upgrading.
    You can count on me buying your keyboard/mouse monitor for HS3 if you develop it.

    Ken J.

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  • spud
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    Originally posted by PhTMan View Post
    I cannot location this KMS from the HS Updater.

    Can you give more detailed directions how to DL the plugin?
    I guess you are looking for a HS3 version of this plugin, right?
    It's only HS2 right now, and until recently there was almost zero demand for this plugin so I didn't port it to HS3. I may reconsider

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  • phsubscribenl
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    I cannot location this KMS from the HS Updater.

    Can you give more detailed directions how to DL the plugin?

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  • Fischi
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    Spud,
    The KMS plugin is working now for keypad and mouse since I added the
    two lines to the \config\kms.ini and run the plugin as server and client.
    Before it was running only for the mouse.
    I have win7 professional.

    Fischi

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  • spud
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    Originally posted by Fischi View Post
    Thanks Spud,
    I will see if the KMS fails after a time period again.
    I have another question:
    The KMS plugin only works for my mouse, not for the keypad, is this right ?

    Regards,
    Fischi
    no, it should work with both mouse and keyboard.
    what's your OS?

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  • Fischi
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    Thanks Spud,
    I will see if the KMS fails after a time period again.
    I have another question:
    The KMS plugin only works for my mouse, not for the keypad, is this right ?

    Regards,
    Fischi

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  • spud
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    yes this is right
    you can delete the other device

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  • Fischi
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    Hi Spud,

    my \config\KMS.ini contents this entry:
    [DELAY]
    FRANK-PC-2=10
    localhost=10
    [GENERAL]
    embeddedSensorEnabled=True


    and there was a new device named localhost _98 created.
    Is this right?

    Regards, F

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  • Fischi
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    Thanks Spud,

    I wrote kms server but I mean the kms client.
    I will try your tip and add the two lines to the kms.config.

    Best regards,

    Fischi

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