displayout doesn't show what's written by iwhiteboard

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    when connected to an lcd tv, it's ok.

    but not when connected to a multi-media projector. i tried to use it during my presentation...

    is there a way to enable it with iwhiteboard?
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    So it shows it on an LCD tv but not a projector?
    That doesn't make any sense. It should work either way no matter what.
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    yes, that's why i'm so surprised. iwhiteboard strokes are shown in my tv at home, but not with the projector at work... using the same rgb connector kit.
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    try the native way of display mirroring by editing your ‘K48AP.plist’ simply by using ifile.

    Using iFile go to system>library>coreservices>springboard.app and edit your K48AP.plist but first and foremost make a backup copy. I then sent mine to dropbox.
    Add the following lines as seen in the image below

    [​IMG]

    Add this
    Code:
    <key>display-mirroring</key>
    <true/>
    See if that works....at least it's free....
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    i'll try it, thanks!

    but first, what exactly should i backup and how will i do it?

    still new to this, i only use ifile to copy/paste files to filebrowser :)
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    Back up the K48AP.plist file. When you are in iFile and are at the .plist location, at the top right hand side, there's a gray Edit button. Press that. You'll get circles next to each line, select the K48AP.plist (you'll get a red circle with a check mark in it).

    Then, at the bottom right, you can see a clipboard icon. Pressing on it give you the option to Copy/Link, Cut, Paste or Create Link. Press Copy/Link. Then, what I do is just press the clipboard icon again to get Paste and I paste the file right back in (just tell iFile to rename it ...). You'll see the file show up with (1) in its name.

    Now, you have a backup and you can go edit the original IAW Outlaws directions and picture.

    Hope that helps.

    Marilyn
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    Mickey330, thanks for the guidance.

    hi, OUTL4W. the lines are pre-existing. thanks for your suggestion. i'll just tell my boss to change his projector :)
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    Preferablly one with hdmi. :D
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    i'll make sure he understands :)

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