- 23/05/2014 at 22:38 #998
BTW: Have you tried the Chrome extension? What did you think of the current functionality (clicking, scrolling, zooming?) Please add your feedback by right-clicking the EyeX icon in the Windows notification area and select “Send Feedback”.26/05/2014 at 22:12 #1030
Haven’t been able to get the Chrome extension working yet. How is it supposed to work? There isn’t much guidance on the extension page in the Chrome Web Store.27/05/2014 at 09:58 #1042
The Chrome extension should be automatically installed when you install EyeX for Windows. Go through the EyeX for Windows tutorial to get a feeling for how it works. Click on the link you look at with the Direct Click key (default: apps/menu key), scroll in pages with the Scroll/Pan key (Default: right Ctrl), zoom in on maps by double-tapping the Direct Click key.27/05/2014 at 11:23 #1046
You are right, it is the Direct Click key that you can double-click to zoom in, I edited my reply above. If you are zoomed in on a map you can also zoom out with Shift+Direct Click.
Regarding scrolling, if you have scrolled down on a page and released the scroll/pan key you can scroll up by looking in the upper part of the page and pressing scroll/pan key again.27/05/2014 at 20:43 #1055JeffKangParticipant
You have to hold down the Scroll/Pan key; I assumed pressing and releasing the key put you into scroll/pan mode.
I think activating a mode is what should happen. If I need to keep pressing a button, I might as well just press the space button for a page-down.27/05/2014 at 21:56 #1056Freek KammeijerParticipant
The extension does what it is supposed to do I guess. But since I installed it, every picture url I load it gives me the “Ah Snap!” message 🙁
Is there a way to show some kind of error log? Cause I really had to uninstall it because of this.28/05/2014 at 13:57 #1060Jenny [Tobii]Participant
The EyeX for Windows team have looked into this, and it seems there is a bug in Chrome related to event handling. A bug report has been filed to Chrome, and in the meantime, we are trying to find a work-around.
The developer preview of EyeX for Windows is a pre-beta version of the software to be released later this year, so we appreciate bug reports to help us stabilize the software before the official release.04/07/2014 at 19:21 #1293
all I can say is that it’s in the works.14/10/2014 at 16:38 #1840ChrisParticipant
Thanks.16/11/2014 at 15:01 #2027dfjkosfsdklöfksdlösfdParticipant
I get an “network_failed” error whenever I try to install it on my Chrome (win 8.1 64Bit)17/11/2014 at 13:29 #2042
Ok, I have notified the developers. It might be related to a firewall, anti-virus program or other Chrome extension blocking communication with the eye tracker.
See this thread for example:
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/chrome/8yXG736uW9s08/01/2015 at 18:26 #2328
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