Display 3 Player

KB309: Omnivex legacy products and Windows operating systems


Omnivex legacy products are considered feature complete and will not receive additional functionality. In most cases these products have been replaced by other products; customers with annual maintenance and support (AMS) can migrate to the new product based on their existing license. Omnivex supports these products under our AMS program. Listed below is the most recent version of each Omnivex legacy product and their supported operating systems. The information below is subject to change. This article is regularly updated.

DataPipe 3.07.030 released

Version update to address reported issue in prior versions, no new features.

A problem was identified under certain scenarios where some data cells did not update properly. A new version of DataPipe Server (Service) and Client are available. This version (3.07.030) was included in the recent Moxie 6.10 release.    

July 16, 2013

KB26: The wrong time is showing on your display device


When you add the time to your content, the time displayed on your device isn't correct.


The time shown on your device is based on the time and geographic time zone indicated in the Control Panel settings of the PC from which you are controlling your device. If time or time zone setting on that PC is not configured correctly, the displayed time will be wrong.


KB39: Your Player window appears in front of your View window


While your Player content is running, your Player window appears in front of the View window at various times.


Your Player window is the parent of the application, so it automatically tries to appear in the foreground. However, the View window is programmed to always appear on top of all other windows on the desktop, so it quickly replaces the Player window, causing the Player window to appear to flicker in and out.

KB55: Additional hardware requirements for button zones


There is no additional hardware required to include a fully-functional button zone in your Display Design file or to run it on your Player. Typically, customers that include button zones in their design use a touch-screen for user input at the Player. However, a touch-screen behaves in much the same way as a traditional mouse, trackball or touch pad and a button zone responds to the clicking action of any of these hardware devices in the same way.


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