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Old 11-08-2007, 06:48 PM   #1
cferron
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Question GLSlideShow image over http


Hello,

We have thin client setup and would like them to have a screensaver start after X minutes. As a screen saver we have glslideshow; major problem, images have to be reachable locally We would like to have something similar to glslideshow but that can use images from a server (http with preference).

Have any of you done this?

Thanks

Claude
 
  


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