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joetesta
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Fri Oct 27, 2017 12:08 pm

haven't contemplated potential security implications, but what about saving dev keys and having an option to package builds?
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Fri Oct 27, 2017 3:33 pm

couple more requests, exclude existing ".zip" files from being included in zips / builds
to copy text from the debugger I hit ctrl-c but that then breaks the app, tried right-clicking but it just un-highlights text without copying to clipboard.
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Sat Oct 28, 2017 7:40 am

joetesta wrote:
haven't contemplated potential security implications, but what about saving dev keys and having an option to package builds?

This is on my list of things I want to add.  I want to make it so you can generate the keys too.
 
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Sat Oct 28, 2017 7:42 am

joetesta wrote:
couple more requests, exclude existing ".zip" files from being included in zips / builds
to copy text from the debugger I hit ctrl-c but that then breaks the app, tried right-clicking but it just un-highlights text without copying to clipboard.

I will be adding the ability to input what files/folders to exclude.  As for the copying.  This works on mac so this must be a windows issue.  I will take a look.  Thanks for letting me know. 
 
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Tue Nov 07, 2017 6:00 am

Was looking for this post, Finally found it!
Another request, a way to label / nickname devices that come up in the Select list for quick reference, like an input field to the right of the ip address that could be sticky based on the device id?

And bump for ability to copy text from debugger without breaking (ctrl c) the app - thanks Brian! :D
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:25 am

Maybe not a huge demand but...any chance you could release a version for older Macs running 10.7 ?? 
 
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:04 am

another small request; very often in debug before proceeding with testing I will hit 'return' a few times to create a visual break (blank space) in the debug output.
would be cool to be able to do the same here, and / or a visual break like a horizontal bar might be more effective.  Thanks!!
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Sat Nov 11, 2017 7:56 am

I just released 1.4.0  Here is whats in it.

* All data is now saved to an out folder relative to the selected project (thanks for the suggestion marcelo.cabral)
* Updated UI to be more compact
* Added ability to collapse panels
* Added ability to set a nickname for each device (thanks for the suggestion joetesta)
* Added ability to get detailed information about a device
* Added tooltips
* Added command history for both Debug Console and Debug SceneGraph (thanks for the suggestion joetesta)
* Added keyboard commands ctrl-d and ctrl-c to clear the console and to break into debug mode on the Debug Console and Debug SceneGraph.  However, as I write this I'm realizing ctrl-c is going to mess up copying the text.  So expect a different key command in a future release :)  In the meantime you should be able to copy from the edit menu.

I still have many many more things coming.
 
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Sat Nov 11, 2017 8:10 am

ccaines wrote:
Maybe not a huge demand but...any chance you could release a version for older Macs running 10.7 ?? 

I can look into this.
 
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Sat Nov 11, 2017 8:12 am

joetesta wrote:
Was looking for this post, Finally found it!
Another request, a way to label / nickname devices that come up in the Select list for quick reference, like an input field to the right of the ip address that could be sticky based on the device id?

And bump for ability to copy text from debugger without breaking (ctrl c) the app - thanks Brian! :D

I just released 1.4.0 but unfortunately I am still capturing ctrl-c.  Sorry.  I will fix this in a future update but in the meantime you should be able to use the edit menu copy?  Let me know if you don't see copy option in the edit menu.
 
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Sat Nov 11, 2017 8:17 am

joetesta wrote:
another small request; very often in debug before proceeding with testing I will hit 'return' a few times to create a visual break (blank space) in the debug output.
would be cool to be able to do the same here, and / or a visual break like a horizontal bar might be more effective.  Thanks!!

I'm planning on adding a build option to clear console on each build like editors do.  Would this suffice or do you like keeping the output around?
 
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Sat Nov 11, 2017 8:19 am

Komag wrote:
Only for Macs so far

Available for windows now too.
 
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Sun Nov 12, 2017 5:47 pm

brianstegman wrote:
joetesta wrote:
another small request; very often in debug before proceeding with testing I will hit 'return' a few times to create a visual break (blank space) in the debug output.
would be cool to be able to do the same here, and / or a visual break like a horizontal bar might be more effective.  Thanks!!

I'm planning on adding a build option to clear console on each build like editors do.  Would this suffice or do you like keeping the output around?

I like keeping the output around.  And also I usually do this (hit enter a few times to create a visual break) mid-session just before I click whatever specific action I'm interested in testing /debugging.
Thanks Brian, will give the new version a test run tomorrow if not sooner!
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Mon Nov 13, 2017 3:04 pm

Like the new layout but, unless I'm missing something, seems the Remote functionality is totally broken in 1.4 :(
I was in a pinch and opened 1.3 to control a roku, it still works.
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Re: Free app for Roku dev's

Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:39 am

joetesta wrote:
Like the new layout but, unless I'm missing something, seems the Remote functionality is totally broken in 1.4 :(
I was in a pinch and opened 1.3 to control a roku, it still works.

I will put out a fix for it.  Just an FYI though.  You should still be able to close that modal and control the Roku with your keyboard.

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