Sorry to hear, looks like you are all good now though. There really isn't much to configure in the BB but I always still do a backup.ok, so i checked a few more settings and has to load 37 universes ( i have a 2 x 6 matrix) into the E131 page in FPP and set the unicast address - but I have not enabled the E1.31/artnet output selector, just loaded in the universes.
And now its working again - Yey.
I really don't have any idea. This is the first year in using FPP and I haven't had any issues with it. Mine is also setup as static and I shut it down each night after the show. Maybe get into the FPP forums as it won't have anything to do with the app. You could try multicast.Got home again tonight, and the FPP has again reset its Ip address to 192.168.1.119 which I tracked down with Fing, so open the interface and the network settings page is still showing it's set to static 192.168.1.141. Any ideas why it would be doing this?
All other settings were there, so I just reset it to static 141 and the sign is going again.
Mate, same here. I think Steve has the same issue. You need to stand out the front and tell people what they can do and it's like a light switch and they say "oh is that what it is".Geoff, thanks I updated tonight and of course while doing that got a message with people standing out front, and none for the rest of the night, it seems sms a light board on a house is a bit of a struggle for the good people of Coorparoo, maybe its takes a couple of years to catch on.
Currently the app can not do what you are asking. The app can be changed to include this feature however I'm not sure anyone would really use it. Do you really want to get 10, 20 or even 100 messages sent to your phone every night. It would also cost you more money as the message would have to be received by the app then forwarded to your phone then you reply with approved or deny. Each message going through the Twilio account. I use it every night and I haven't had any bad words get through. The audience only get one chance and if they send something bad that's detected it will not be display and a second attempt will ban the number. If they are really creative and something gets through then it's the kids I'm worried about and they probably wouldn't even understand what was displayed and then you can add the words to the blacklist.Hello all!
I am aware of the blacklist & whitelist, but I'm wondering if there is a way for the app to send me the message first, preferably to my cell phone, then I can personally reply back to approve or deny the requested text. Even with the blacklist of all the bad words, I definitely foresee people abusing the system and sending dumb stuff, though it may not be actual cuss words.