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Thank You for Adding Twitch Streams!

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Kurozeto
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Thank you very much for adding the ability to watch twitch streams in the functionality of CloudShow. This is easily the best (and cleanest) way to watch multiple twitch streams at once. Props to you at Binary Fortress for coming up with this elegant and beautiful solution. I'm interested to see how this functionality evolves in the future. I would love to see a quick change feature for changing the various streams from within the CloudShow application so I don't have to manage them from the browser. Again, thank you for identifying this issue and coming up with a wonderful solution.
Apr 21, 2020  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Thanks for the kind words! By "quick change" do you mean having the ability to specify multiple streams in the same Twitch frame, and having it rotate between them every X minutes?
Apr 21, 2020  • #2
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Kurozeto
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Of course! I absolutely love the applications Binary Fortess makes. If I have ever needed an obscure solution to a problem, you guys have already (more than likely) developed something for it.

As for the quick change I had mentioned, more along the lines of having a right-click option that brings up a menu for all the streamers your following (and whether or not their live). That way you can select a new stream to launch in the selected Content Frame without having to navigate to the CloudShow dashboard, select the settings for a Context Frame, and copy and paste a prepared twitch URL for the stream and save.

Other than that, CloudShow just works. It's almost too hard to believe that such an elegant solution for a problem exists, but it does and I definetely will be subscribing to support the project in the coming future.

Thank you to everyone at Binary Fortress for the hard work you guys do.
Apr 21, 2020  • #3
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Ah ok, thanks for the clarification! That kind of functionality is a bit outside the scope of CloudShow, as it's meant to be more of a "hands-off" display board software. Since it runs on other platforms, like Fire TV, it would be difficult to implement that across all platforms
Apr 22, 2020  • #4
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