Hello everyone. I am not sure wether this is a bug or a feature. When sending a UDP String with Pandoras Box, only 15 bytes are beeing sent. When sending from Eos, another additional two bytes are added which results in StreamDeck not recognizing the String.
ETC EOS adding 0D 0A to the data, which will not be recognized by the StreamDeck
Pandoras Box Widget Designer sending without additional bytes, which will be correctly.
Is there a way to change this sending behaviour?
Thanks in advance!
This is command for new line CR + LF, maybe a hidden command is in the string.
Is it Possible to Disable Carriage Returns on Eos Serial Strings? - Electronic Theatre Controls Inc
Eos Family Serial Command Syntax - Electronic Theatre Controls Inc
I think you should use OSC instead. And open an issue at stream deck.
Thanks! This should be described in the EOS show control manual though... Also, why is it not possible to disable the Carriage Return Byte? And why do I need a Carriage Return Byte? I am not using a typewriter...
It is working with OSC, but there is no visual feedback in the PSD wether a cue executes OSC or not.
It does work with OSC and it shows up in the Ext.Links column if you do it as advised in the other thread.
Thanks! Doesn't solve the problem for String UDP though...
Looks like I'm a few weeks late to this thread, but if you are still looking for a way to disable the carriage return when sending a UDP string, you might try adding "\x00" (without the quotes) to the end of the UDP string that you are sending. For example, if you wanted to send the following string:
"Greetings from the Eos Console"
Try sending this instead:
"Greetings from the Eos Console \x00"
Also, make sure there is a space between "Console" and "\x00"
Hope this helps a bit.
Thanks, will try it out!