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  • Re: HTTP Notification

    After doing bit of testing, it became apparent that an individual message for each notification was a bit much and, by combining them into one, the result sounds much more natural. As for the duplicates you experienced, yes, the issue was in the unexpected delay encountered with posting to their service...
    Posted to Community Support (Forum) by DualBrain on 10-10-2006
  • Re: HTTP Notification

    Trevor, please give .48 a go. I still need to add the translation layer, but I think what is in there so far is a great start and, as I've been running it for a few days, seems to be pretty cool as the little rabbit barks out the information. ;-) I will say though that this feature does seem to point...
    Posted to Community Support (Forum) by DualBrain on 10-04-2006
  • Re: HTTP Notification

    You could call it a "conditional" gift. Right now it's on loan so I can get communicating with it ironed out.
    Posted to Community Support (Forum) by DualBrain on 09-17-2006
  • Re: HTTP Notification

    I now hold within my hands a shiny new white rabbit of my very own. (OK, so I don't necessarily own it just yet... but sooon, very soon I will.) I've now got XBF working directly with it using the HTTP Notifications feature; however, the default behavior of the HTTP Notifications (which you've...
    Posted to Community Support (Forum) by DualBrain on 09-17-2006
  • Re: HTTP Notification

    It appears the Nabaztag guys are coming through for me and I'll have a test account soon. After I get this, I'll work to get XBF working directly with it and work to improve the overall usage between the two. So any ideas you have, send them my way.
    Posted to Community Support (Forum) by DualBrain on 08-30-2006
  • Re: HTTP Notification

    Trebor, As an existing customer with Nabaztag, can you contact them regarding the problem... and the fact that you've come up with this particular work around. I explained in my email that what I'm doing works fine with IIS and Apache and inquired regarding whether or not they have some sort...
    Posted to Community Support (Forum) by DualBrain on 08-29-2006
  • Re: HTTP Notification

    I just fired off an email to them seeing if they have some sort of test account and querying them on the possiblity of promoting them on this site. Thanks for the heads up and I'll do whatever I can to a) get this working and b) extend the features accordingly. Right now I'm not in a position...
    Posted to Community Support (Forum) by DualBrain on 08-25-2006
  • Re: HTTP Notification

    Thanks for the tip HalfBrian! I'll give it a try. DualBrain, Just a suggestion; have you thought of opening a dialogue with Nabaztag, they openly state they are looking for useful ways of using the device, and linking it with XBF is very cool. There's no harm in asking, and you never know where...
    Posted to Community Support (Forum) by Trebor ManUK on 08-25-2006
  • Re: HTTP Notification

    Trebor, I don't know about your problem, but one way to make your alert better would be to change the tts to tts=<gamertag>+is+<presence> because that will also work for things like offline and things like that (away, etc...) -Brian
    Posted to Community Support (Forum) by HalfBrian on 08-24-2006
  • Re: HTTP Notification

    Ok bit more info.... I ran a packet sniffer (ethereal) & captured the traffic generated by XBF (from sign-in to exit of app). The log shows multiple http gets, containing the same gamertag info and status being sent to the nabaztag URL, with a 2 to 3 second delay between the get & and a 'successful'...
    Posted to Community Support (Forum) by Trebor ManUK on 08-24-2006
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