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LiveSpy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
I just want to watch one camera, but LiveSpy keeps showing a different camera. How do I
stop it from changing cameras?
Right-click on the LiveSpy icon in the task bar. Pick 'Options' in the pop-up menu. Click on the
'Options' tab in the dialog that appears. Uncheck the checkbox labeled 'Change Camera With
Each Update' and click 'OK'.
How can I get rid of the LiveSpy window but leave LiveSpy running?
On Linux and Windows, click the close icon on the window. LiveSpy
will still be running and the LiveSpy
icon will still be in the system tray. You can still access all of the LiveSpy
features by right-clicking on the LiveSpy icon.
Your listing for my webcam is incorrect. How can I have it fixed?
Send me mail at the address "support at frequal dot com". Give me the name
of your camera, and the corrected listing, including name, camera URL,
homepage URL, and longitude. I will fix your listing in the next
release of LiveSpy.
I turned off "Save Downloaded Images", but LiveSpy is still
keeping sixteen images on my hard drive. Why?
LiveSpy maintains images this way to allow changing the number of
tiled cameras shown. LiveSpy has to maintain as many image files as
there are tiled cameras currently shown. However, the user can change
the number of tiled cameras shown. If the user changes from 16 to 1,
I could have had the program delete all but one camera. However, if
the user soon returned to 16 tiled cameras, there would be fifteen
blank spots where the deleted cameras used to be shown. So I decided
to always keep enough images around to always be able to provide a
complete image for the maximum number of tiled images.
Where is the LiveSpy 1.00-1.90 FAQ?
The FAQ for older versions of LiveSpy (less than 2.0) is here.
I I have a question not listed here. How do I find an answer?
You may email your questions to "support at frequal dot com".
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