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Title: Multiple Screens / Computers
Post by: s.mortensen on September 06, 2006, 06:05:32 AM

I run a small poker club with 3 different rooms.
1 big room with 2 tables and,
2 smaller rooms with each 1 table.
I have PC's / Screens in each room.

Right now I use PokerClock Pro to enable me to display the tournament screen in each room without having all the people in each room see what I'm doing in the setup screen mode.

Is there anyway to do this with your software / or are you planning to add this feature?
PokerClock Pro does this by intalling a small Client program on each of the secondary computers.
I then simply connect to the IP address of the main computer, and the client displays the tournament screen, and stays there even if I go to setup mode on the main computer.


Kind regards
Steffen S. Mortensen
Title: Re: Multiple Screens / Computers
Post by: Corey Cooper on September 11, 2006, 11:09:37 AM
This is, and has been, on the to-do list for some time.  It's certainly not out of the question, but I don't know if I'll ever build this type of feature into the software.

There are, however, other solutions.  VNC, PC Anywhere, and NetOp are just 3 packages that allow you to remotely display (and optionally control) a desktop over a network connection.  There's also MaxiVista which is supposed to be very good.