David Andel

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  1. After having installed the first beta EyeTV 4.0.0b3 (8056) over the regular EyeTV 3.6.9 (7524) the update process was not finished and showed the error "SET_TROUGH_BINDINGS" (screenshot included). As nothing else happened, I killed the EyeTV process and re-opened EyeTV 4.0.0b3 (8056) with the result that it was running as expected. Beside some GUI glitches already mentioned here before, unfortunately, the main window height is never maintained as well. While the window is in exactly the same position it always looses some of its height – this is still the case with EyeTV 4.0.0b4 (8507).
  2. Unfortunately, it seems that Geniatech does not use any 12.9 inch iPad Pro for testing as the GUI of the Netstream app has some weird problems (pictures included) on this specific device. On every other iPad (iPad Pro 10.5 inch and iPad Air 2 have been tried) the GUI seems to be working as expected but it remains a mystery to me why no one ever repairs this quite horrible looking bug. My efforts via the EyeTV support had no positive outcome at all [Ticket#2017112116000291] as they only asked me to reinstall the software (much work for nothing). Then they told me they could not reproduce the error. When I asked them for screenshots and if they really did this on the 12.9 inch model they never replied. Well, fascinating. How should it even be possible that the app does only show its weird behavior on my iPad Pro 12.9 inch (newest 2017 revision)?
  3. This is somewhat weird or funny. I see my name appearing in the list of moderators but am not one. That would also explain some mysterious messages I received about a necessity to act but not telling me why or how . So please do understand that I cannot give you any information I do not have. I’m not part of the Geniatech team and am only using (well, sometimes reviewing) their hardware/software since 2005. This misunderstanding can probably be explained with the fact that I found out about the forum very early by coincidence and registered when it had less than 10 members. So if possible please do not insult me to heavily …