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LCCS Screen sharing crashes - Adobe LiveCycle 04-12-2011
Hi,At times the LCCS screen sharing crashes on Windows XP. Please see screenshot.Thanks in advance.

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Re: Adobe Connect stays on tray after screen sharing - Adobe LiveCycle 04-12-2011
We are using the LCCS component (rtc:ScreenSharePublisher). Arturo's screenshot above looks very similar - the plugin stays in the taskbar as illustrated.Best regards.

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Re: LCCS 2.1.0 : Released Yesterday! - Adobe LiveCycle 24-11-2011
Thank you Bernard. Very helpful!

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Adobe Connect stays on tray after screen sharing - Adobe LiveCycle 23-11-2011
Hi,When sharing screen and stopping the ScreenSharePublisher, the Adobe Connect component does not always close and stays on the tray.Is there a way to ensure that the Adobe Connect component closes properly?Thanks!

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Re: LCCS 2.1.0 : Released Yesterday! - Adobe LiveCycle 23-11-2011
Thanks Nigel, this is great.There is a significant issue however with regard to the default black background of the Subscriber. It is imperative to us that the background could be set to be transparent so this does not significantly affect the look and feel.Thanks in advance.

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Usability improvements are needed for screen sharing - Adobe LiveCycle 04-09-2011
The user experience of screen sharing could be improved, such improvements would be greatly appreciated:Add a colored prominent frame around shared area (desktop, window, or application) or some other indication so that the one who shares can see that their screen (or other selected area) is being shown to the other party. Add a button (that is always visible to the one who shares) so that he or she can stop sharing at any given moment, including an event that is generated when this takes place....

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