Re: Netscape launching of specific CU-SeeME connection?

Jay Arden Ashcraft (ashcraft@uts.cc.utexas.edu)
Tue, 16 May 1995 13:15:33 -0500 (CDT)


I am not sure but what I do know that the latest mac version, that is for
the mac and public, CU-SeeMe.68k0.80b2, disabled the paste feature in the
connect box command K or whatever box to put the IP address in. That
version though enabled the ascii domain searching feature, at least in the
command k connect box.

I am not sure if it needs to be apple scriptable to connect from the web
but there are some alpha versions that appear to have it enabled it to work.

I saw the now removed connection to the DVC conference on the White Pine Web
and it used MIME application/x-cu-seeme <-(type/subtype) and the
convention extension .cu

The httpd server needs to send the MINE data. If all configured right at
both ends, at least with CU-SeeMe.68k0.80b2, it will open but won't paste
or connect.

The file that wpine used was a text file with CUse type and icon
and in the form of:

Video://192.80.72.3;id=0

All good things in good time:)

As Richard and Dick have said a few weeks ago ,"in a few weeks", so we
patiently await for the newer version for the Mac, the Reflector that
optimizes to sender rate, and the source maybe:) as they bust ass with
little reward (time or $$) except doing a good thing for the people.

Thanks to all at Cornell and wpine.

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