New to VNC.

Scott "The Axe" O'Bryan axeman "at" dwarf.org
Thu, 21 Mar 2002 03:05:51 +0000


Unfortunatly, that would have a hard time working as well.  Computer
Screens flicker when put in front of a camera, although I imagine that a
good camera and a good monitor could keep the flicker to a minimum.
What you really need to do automate the HTML saving system and have it
deploy these updates to your website automatically in HTML format.  I
know that Trunker 2001 can output this information and you can probably
use a tool like WinBatch (www.winbatch.com) to help you automate the
export.  This is the simplest way to do it with little to no programming
knowledge.

 
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Okay, well thanks for yur help.  Perhaps I'll just set up a web cam.

Ben Everett.
trnktrkr "at" tampabay.rr.com

> Ben, a "stream cast" is a general term.  For instance, web-cams and
> real-player can use a stream cast to get the data to the client.
> Ultimately though, I agree with Evan, this would be a bad idea.  If
your
> still insisting on doing this, you may be able to do something with
> Citrix, but understand that none of these technologies are hack-proof,
> and unless you get something that is specifically tailored to this
task,
> you may find that you give internet users access to USE your computer
> rather then just look at an application.
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