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  • #5986
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    Alex [Tobii]
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    Hi!

    You may try this solution from TobiiPro:
    https://tobiicloud.com/share/

    /Alex

    #6447
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    Alex Kerr
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    Hi! I have a bit of strange feedback. 🙂 I’m going to be streaming/recording from an arcade cabinet which has a 4:3 CRT monitor with a maximum display resolution of 640×480. (The other supported resolution is 320×240. 😉 ) At 640×480 the configuration tool is too tall for the screen and gets cropped, and there is no scrollbar to access the obscured options.

    I’ve found I can work around this by manually editing the configuration file in C:/Users/<username>/AppData/Local/Tobii/Tobii Streaming Gaze Overlay/ — for example, setting Offscreen to true in order to disable the live preview. Of course, this requires closing and re-opening the tool to change settings, but this is manageable enough.

    Other than that, everything seems to work great! Thank you for developing this tool. 🙂

    #6448
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    Alex [Tobii]
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    Hi!

    Thanks for feedback. I will try to think about how to fix it. Soon we will publish a new release with improved performance on 4k screens.

    #6505
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    Alex [Tobii]
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    Update 1.0.4:
    – Performance improvements on 4K screens
    – New branding and installer
    – Various bugfixes

    https://help.tobii.com/hc/en-us/articles/210245345-Getting-started-with-Streaming-Gaze-Overlay

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