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  • robinsonharris90
    May 25, 2018

    HI, Add me to the list of users who are experiencing quality issues over the past few weeks. Calls keep breaking up, even if my handset is near the receiver. I'm using a wired network connection to a fast and reliable cable modem hookup.Looking at similar posts, it sounds like I'm not alone and it's possible for Ooma to tweak some things to resolve this. But I don't see any info on how to do this in a self-service manner. If the moderator here can work some magic on my account, please do! Any help will be apprecited. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References: https://www.ooma.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=20855 Smart contract technology example Thank you.
  • robinsonharris90
    Oct 22

    Hi, Would it be possible to get a list of all the available settings you can edit via XML files? For instance I believe an older driver version let you set the dead zone via the gui and that is no longer available via the gui. So a list of all the settings such as deadzone, leds (I know there is an option for this but not in the gui), and etc would be nice. I find the removing (or moving) of options that used to be in the GUI strange. Such as the led option and calibrate options being only in the right click on the task bar icon. Also I do not see any way to stop the driver without killing the process from the task manager, which I did to refresh the settings I changed manually using an XML file since they are no longer in the GUI. Please help. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References https://www.wylfiwyg.in/forum/discover-awesome-features/list-of-xml-settings SaaS Content Marketing Thanks
  • robinsonharris90
    Apr 13, 2018

    Gentlemen, start your playoff beards. The Lightning began its Stanley Cup journey Thursday night at Amalie Arena, a forced march that, if successful, will unite a community. Hockey Bay. Yes, it's time for everyone out there to start calling them Stammer and Heddy and Kuch and Vasy and Cally and on and on. Please study these nicknames and commit them to memory. There will be a test before the next round, if there is one. Thursday was for Game 1 against the New Jersey Devils. Thursday was for a 5-2 win, a solid enough beginning, the Lightning playing like a top seed, playing its way, with the Brayden Point line scoring twice against the Taylor Hall line, no major defensive breakdowns. And then enough to withstand a strong Jersey surge in the second half of the game. It was a generally good night for goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy. And to think New Jersey swept the season series. This just in: It's the playoffs. For starters A: The Lightning needed to break out fast in this series and it did. It kept on the forecheck and put early  pressure on the Devils and it eventually paid off, as Tyler Johnson slipped a pass to Ondrej Palat, who flipped a backhander past Devils goalie Keith Kinkaid for a 1-0 lead late in the first period. Palat had three-point night. Here’s Johnny! Again. A: Remember when Tyler Johnson was king of the world? It was 2015, Johnson was a scoring machine and might have helped lead the Lightning to the Cup if it hadn't been for a wrist injury in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final against Chicago. But it was like old times Thursday, vintage Johnson as he scored a goal and added an assist as his line powered the Lightning to a 2-0 lead. Added bonus: Johnson's chest up against the glass with a female fan. Oh, those playoff moments. Follow the bouncing puck C: We don't know if it was the guy who shaved the ice  before the game or the guy who was supposed to freeze the pucks or just plain bad luck, but the rubber went the wrong way, popping up just enough on Lightning center Yanni Gourde after he broke in and deked goalie Kinkaid out of his pads. No goal for Gourde, but the Bolts rookie brought his game, and scored a power-play goal in the second period. For More You Can Check: SaaS Promotion