re: Question on the Quickcam video window

rcampbell@fdic.gov
Fri, 19 Jan 96 8:41:29 GMT (Original EST)


This keeps happening to me too under Win95; the local window runs and hides
as one pixel in the lower right corner of the screen. Sometimes, the menu bar
does this and you can't even join a converence! Only solution for me has
been to delete the cuseeme.ini file and let it rebuild when you start it the
next time. I tried editing the window location but that didn't stick. Must be
a Win95 bug/feature; I have no idea how to get control of the window again
other than as I suggested.

"I recently installed the current Windows version of CU-SeeMe as well as
a Quickcam. Everything worked OK for a couple of days - I was able to
connect to several refelectors and the software seemed to be operating
as designed. Today I tried to startup as usual and I now have no local
video window of myself. I am running Windows 95 and my name appears on
the task bar at the bottom of my screen but there is no window open.
When I connect to a reflector, I get the open eye on some of the
participants which indicates that they can see me. When I test the
camera with the software supplied by Connectix, it works OK."