I never got the MyTwonky stuff working thou, it shows me as being logged on from my server, but MyTwonky site doesn't seem to see me being connected, as clicking My Library, it always just offers me the download for the Windows or Mac version.
TMM_Product_Manager wrote:Hi Mark,
Thanks for all of the useful feedback. I'll pass it all on to Christian and the myTwonky team. I'll let you know if they have any suggestions or workarounds.
1. What browser are you trying to access myTwonky from?
It's a browser specific problem, not working in Opera, but working in Chrome. I don't have IE or Firefox installed, so I can't test in them.
Did he try the following steps? It’s usually a caching issue that causes people to not be able to see their My Libraries.
- Select Twonky 7.0 Settings from the Twonky taskbar icon.
- Go to the Advanced menu and select Restart Server.
- Close your browser.
- Restart your browser and go to myTwonky.com. Your libraries or available servers should appear in the drop-down list.
If that didn't work,you might have to clear your browser cache/cookies. Pressing Ctrl-Shift-Delete should bring up the prompt to clear your browser's cookies. On Internet Explorer, you may need to uncheck the "Preserve Favorites website data" setting, so that IE does not hold on to cookies that may cause issues. On Safari, selecting "Reset Safari" from the drop-down menu should clear the cache/cookies. Then close and restart your browser.
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mgillespie wrote:That didn't work for me, it's still showing...instead of my files.
I'm not really prepared to change my browser, just to get this working. Whilst Opera may not have that big a marketshare, it's for me the best browser out of them all, and it supports exactly the same technologies that Chrome and Firefox do (Opera actually has better support in HTML5 actually), so there is no real reason why it shouldn't work if sites were written using web standards and not hacked using proprietary extensions.
I've upgraded Twonkyserver on my DNS-323 NAS from 7.0.5 to 7.0.8 with same configuration.
After the upgrade Twonky starts to re-index everything. After it finished re-indexing, it crashes, starts automatically again and starts to reindex everything...
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