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in which app?
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Sorry for the late reply, had to take care of something for the kids.

.....Java?...does it matter which one....not sure???

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Will the Java app work for me: parallels 7 on OSX Mountian Loin?
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Will the Java app work for me: parallels 7 on OSX Mountian Loin?
Ben

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2012 1:43 pm
The Java app can run on any platform.
It doesn't need to be on parallels. It can be run straight from OSX.
Link can be found on the download section of website, but here it is for easier access.
This app has been a community contribuition: https://github.com/curtbinder/Status/archives/master
Thanks to Curt :)

Open the app
Click Edit->Preferences
Enter your host/ip address and port number, then click Save
Click Memory tab
On Location, click the "?" icon to open the memory locations window
Pick the memory location you want to change and click Close. In your case the memory locations you want to change are 212,213,236,237,238,239
You may click the button Read to see what you currently have in the memory.
You may type the value you want to save and click Write Value
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2012 2:35 pm
Gideon1 wrote:Ok...how do i access those options?
Thx

in the android app, press the settings button and choose internal memory. then pick the memory location in the drop down menu. once selected, input the value you want and then press write. repeat the selection of the location and value updating.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2012 3:03 pm
rimai wrote:The Java app can run on any platform.
It doesn't need to be on parallels. It can be run straight from OSX.
Link can be found on the download section of website, but here it is for easier access.
This app has been a community contribuition: https://github.com/curtbinder/Status/archives/master
Thanks to Curt :)

Open the app
Click Edit->Preferences
Enter your host/ip address and port number, then click Save
Click Memory tab
On Location, click the "?" icon to open the memory locations window
Pick the memory location you want to change and click Close. In your case the memory locations you want to change are 212,213,236,237,238,239
You may click the button Read to see what you currently have in the memory.
You may type the value you want to save and click Write Value


Can you help with login support?

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2012 3:09 pm
I have no idea on how or what i'm doing...can you help by login support, please! :?

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binder wrote:
Gideon1 wrote:Ok...how do i access those options?
Thx

in the android app, press the settings button and choose internal memory. then pick the memory location in the drop down menu. once selected, input the value you want and then press write. repeat the selection of the location and value updating.



It's asking for a google sign in ID and password to download app...????...i do n ot have one?

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This is fustrating...I'm not understanding how to access these apps....? It is most likly due to my ignorance about computers...can someone Help via login support????? yes or no? Thank you.
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