Re: HP T5730 XPe SP-3 TeemTalk 7.0 Soft Buttons Not Working As Expected (241 Views)
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Ken Martin_3
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HP T5730 XPe SP-3 TeemTalk 7.0 Soft Buttons Not Working As Expected

 

I am trying to program the soft keys in TeemTalk 7.0.  I have built "scripts" using the in build tools.

 

When I open a saved session the soft keys are displayed as expected.  However pressing one of the

keys does not run the associated scripts. An example script name is <'s:\hp-T5730\login.spt'>

It I open the script editor and click run it works?  Now if I click the softkey it runs.

 

Exiting and reruning TeemTalk 7.0 then opening the saved session fills in the softkeys as expected

however clicking one of them does not run the script unless I forst open it in "Tools", "Script".

 

I am at a loss.

 

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DaveTT
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Re: HP T5730 XPe SP-3 TeemTalk 7.0 Soft Buttons Not Working As Expected

Hi,

 

I don't seem to have any problems doing the same sort of thing.

 

 

A couple of things you could try:

Put round brackets on the end of the file name 

\<'s:\hp-T5730\login.spt()'\>

Try a different drive - can't think why your  s drive might not be available though!

\<c:\program files\Hewlett Packard\HP Teemtalk\ask_quit.spt()'\>

 

If that doesn't help please let me know what version of TeemTalk are you using (the latest is 7.3.5.5129)

 

Also - do you get an error message "Cannot find login.spt" or anything?

 

Dave

 

 

 

 

Dave
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Ken Martin_3
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Re: HP T5730 XPe SP-3 TeemTalk 7.0 Soft Buttons Not Working As Expected

 

Dave,

 

 I tried adding () to the end of the file name to no avail.  If I bring the Script file under tools script

it will run OK.  I tried moving the .spt file to another drive. No help.

 

I am running TeemTalk 7.0.0.2424 under XPe SP-3.

 

How would I get the latest?  Can you point me to a URL to get it?

 

See attachment one Synology.txt (tts). Connection setup.  See SynologyLogin.txt (spt) the script.

 

The problem is getting the soft button defined in Synology.tts to work correctly.

 

Thanks,

Ken

 

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Ken Martin_3
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Re: HP T5730 XPe SP-3 TeemTalk 7.0 Soft Buttons Not Working As Expected

Dave,

 

I found a newer version of TeemTalk at the software depot.

 

https://h20392.www2.hp.com/portal/swdepot/index.do

 

It was TeemTalk 7.3.5.5129

 

I downloaded it and installed it.  It seems to have corrected the issues.

 

It seems to have created an occasional [login.exe failed to address 000000]. 

Then a crash to address 0x00000005. Another boot seems to fix this.  All I could

think is that my XPe SP-3 is not current enough or needs a patch.

 

Thanks,

Ken

 

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DaveTT
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Re: HP T5730 XPe SP-3 TeemTalk 7.0 Soft Buttons Not Working As Expected

:-) Glad that's helped.

 

 

I'm not sure about the login.exe issue - does that relate to TeemTalk? (The only thing I know about!)

 

If it is a problem post some more details.

 

Dave
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Ken Martin_3
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Re: HP T5730 XPe SP-3 TeemTalk 7.0 Soft Buttons Not Working As Expected

 

Dave,

 

I like this so much I ordered a 'PC' copy from CDW.  To run on a 'PC' you need a license

number not like with a Thin Client where you don't.

 

I was told it would be "Electronically Drop Shipped" from HP.  How do you drop ship

software electronically? Let alone a license number?

 

I have a feeling this software (TeemTalk) is discontinued.  From within HP do you

have a way to check this.  I would hate to have spent $$$ only for it never to

show up.  By the way are you running it on a P.C.?

 

And, yes, the login problem does not seem to be related TeemTalk other then it

might be overwriting memory somewhere on the Thin Client.  The problem did

not occur prior to installing 7.3.5.

 

Ken

 

 

 

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Ken Martin_3
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Re: HP T5730 XPe SP-3 TeemTalk 7.0 Soft Buttons Not Working As Expected

 

Dave,

 

Updating to 7.3.5 resolved the issues and I did get a copy for Windows that works fine.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

Ken

 

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DaveTT
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Re: HP T5730 XPe SP-3 TeemTalk 7.0 Soft Buttons Not Working As Expected

I believe you download the software from the web but are emailed (electronically dropped!) a license key - and it won't run until you enter the key.

 

HP still sells and supports TeemTalk, I'm not sure it does much to market it though! It sells itself ;-)

Dave
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DaveTT
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Re: HP T5730 XPe SP-3 TeemTalk 7.0 Soft Buttons Not Working As Expected

Hi again Ken,

 

Glad it's all working for you & happy to be of help :-)

 

 BTW Having re-read the thread I see the script is called "login" - there is an auto-login tool which simplifies waiting for prompts & sending replies. See page 32 of the manual (accessible from the Help menu).

 

However, if you have everything working why change it? ;-)

Dave
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