Re: Question on the Quickcam video window

Craig Luecke (
Sat, 20 Jan 1996 15:21:03 -0500 (EST)

The problem is that with Windows 95, when you minimize something, the
window cordinates are saved in the ini file. CU-Seeme assumes that is the
new video position that you wanted.

There is a fix for this! Go to and
download the Demon Dialer for CU-SeeMe. The new version being released on
Jan 21, will have the routine to fix this problem. It will also fix this
problem when it occurs with your chat, participants,etc windows.

Try it out!

On Fri, 19 Jan 1996, byron thomason wrote:

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> >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.
> >
> >Any suggestions for me to get my video window back on the screen when
> >running CU-SeMe?
> >
> >Thanks
> >
> >Stan
> I think what I did was reconnect to a reflector with the send video option
> checked, then I was able to open my local window. At least this is what I
> think I did. Did you minimize on a certain connect then disconnect,.., then
> reconnect not sending video???
> This is how that happened to me. Later, Byron