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ZAV 10 Start apps from systemtray via spoon Icon

Hi,

With ZAV10 you can start application via the Spoon icon in systemtray.
But this is what i have. I can do a login, but it's empty, even when i synchronize the "applications" stay empty. Also a "repair desktop" will do nothing.
What's wrong?

Thanks

Herman


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Hi Herman,

Did you already try clicking on the link 'Open web desktop' in the Spoon application?

Then login on the web environment and open an application.

After that it showed up in my Spoon application as well.

Cheers,

Marc
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Indeed, you need to start first your apps from the webpage.
On the web i have 1 app with different startup-options (juke-box app) but in the systemtray it's always th same app that is starting (the default app). Is this a bug?
I don't understand the usage of this possibility.

Herman

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I haven't worked with this console very much yet, but if you have different entry points for an application, each entry point should be visible to the console. If there is only one entry point, then that's all the user is going to be able to see anyway.

Perhaps they need to be used at least once from the streaming site, but that's about the only limitation I know of that should exist. I'll have to look into this a little further, though, to verify if that's correct.
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