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Re: Display time for newest image

Postby TheBrew » Fri Oct 10, 2014 8:40 pm

I'm not that secretive :) The PM was just to keep your UDID private.

I don't know if this is still the case, but in the past the App Store would just not update if the version on the device was manually installed.

If it does update when Apple approves the one currently in review (3.2.1) then you can just go back to the link I gave you and install the test version again.

When I eventually push 3.2.2 to Apple and they approve it, I'll let you know here, so you can install that version from the App Store app. And from then on, everything's back to normal.
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Re: Display time for newest image

Postby Southdowns » Fri Oct 10, 2014 9:01 pm

OK thanks. What made me wonder was the fact that the test version installed as an update to the app store one, so I thought it might do the same the other way around. I've had beta's before (probably under iOS6), and they installed separately and just left the app store version in place.

And, it's just occurred to me that by using my own router, I'll also be able to use Airplay for big screen slideshows if I want to, though I'd have to work out how to stop the big screen showing my booth instruction image overlay while it DID still show on the iPad screen slideshow. Maybe I need you to add "crop" actions in addition to the current resize ones?

This just gets better and better, though if I carry on like this I'm going to need a 48kW generator in my booth to power everything!
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Re: Display time for newest image

Postby Southdowns » Sat Oct 11, 2014 10:19 am

OK, there is something completely weird going on here!

I've now set up my spare router (Asus) in client bridge mode, connected to my other wifi router (Sky), which works great to generally connect me to the internet (device connects to Asus, Asus connects to Sky, Sky connects to internet).

It also works great with Shuttersnitch, connecting everything together via Asus.

BUT, if I then turn off Sky, to simulate a venue with no wifi, Shuttersnitch crashes every time I open it :(.

With Sky turned off, I CAN connect to http://flashair.local via Safari on the iPad.

So, I thought maybe without Sky turned on, the iPad isn't getting an IP address (but if so, how is it getting to http://flashair.local?), because client bridge mode doesn't have a DHCP server. So I changed the settings of Asus so it was a standard router.

Same issue; because Asus has no internet connection, Shuttersnitch crashes.

Shuttersnitch does NOT crash if Sky is turned on, if Sky is on but the internet cable is pulled out, OR if I turn wifi off on the iPad, even if there's no mobile data connection, so it's not as simple as saying Shuttersnitch crashes if there's no internet connection.

Any ideas?
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Re: Display time for newest image

Postby Southdowns » Sat Oct 11, 2014 10:39 am

To be clear, Shuttersnitch crashes when it tries to connect; so if I mange to get it to open at the collections list page (by having it there when I close it), it opens fine, and then crashes when I enter the collection.

It also does NOT crash when connected to Sky with that disconnected from the internet, so it's specific to either Asus, or to any router that's NOT Sky.

So I thought the issue might be that the collection I'm entering was created while connected to Sky. To test that, while connected to Asus with no internet connection, I deleted the offending collection and created a new one; immediate crash :(
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Re: Display time for newest image

Postby Southdowns » Sat Oct 11, 2014 10:52 am

If it helps you at all, here are the last few entries in Asus' system log. Ignore the date and time, and I have no idea whether or not these have anything at all to do with SS.

Jan 1 00:24:37 miniupnpd[386]: unsupported NAT-PMP version : 2
Jan 1 00:24:37 miniupnpd[386]: unsupported NAT-PMP version : 2
Jan 1 00:24:37 miniupnpd[386]: add_filter_rule() : iptc_is_chain() error : No chain/target/match by that name
Jan 1 00:24:37 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to add NAT-PMP 5362 udp->192.168.1.142:5353 'NAT-PMP 8676'
Jan 1 00:24:37 miniupnpd[386]: add_filter_rule() : iptc_is_chain() error : No chain/target/match by that name
Jan 1 00:24:37 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to add NAT-PMP 4508 udp->192.168.1.142:4500 'NAT-PMP 8676'
Jan 1 00:24:37 miniupnpd[386]: ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, ...): Cannot assign requested address
Jan 1 00:24:37 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to get IP for interface eth0
Jan 1 00:24:37 miniupnpd[386]: ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, ...): Cannot assign requested address
Jan 1 00:24:37 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to get IP for interface eth0
Jan 1 00:24:38 miniupnpd[386]: ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, ...): Cannot assign requested address
Jan 1 00:24:38 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to get IP for interface eth0
Jan 1 00:24:40 miniupnpd[386]: ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, ...): Cannot assign requested address
Jan 1 00:24:40 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to get IP for interface eth0
Jan 1 00:24:44 miniupnpd[386]: ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, ...): Cannot assign requested address
Jan 1 00:24:44 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to get IP for interface eth0
Jan 1 00:24:52 miniupnpd[386]: ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, ...): Cannot assign requested address
Jan 1 00:24:52 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to get IP for interface eth0
Jan 1 00:25:09 miniupnpd[386]: ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, ...): Cannot assign requested address
Jan 1 00:25:09 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to get IP for interface eth0
Jan 1 00:25:41 miniupnpd[386]: ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, ...): Cannot assign requested address
Jan 1 00:25:41 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to get IP for interface eth0
Jan 1 00:26:45 miniupnpd[386]: ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, ...): Cannot assign requested address
Jan 1 00:26:45 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to get IP for interface eth0
Jan 1 00:28:53 miniupnpd[386]: ioctl(s, SIOCGIFADDR, ...): Cannot assign requested address
Jan 1 00:28:53 miniupnpd[386]: Failed to get IP for interface eth0
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Re: Display time for newest image

Postby TheBrew » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:13 am

Please get the latest crash log for ShutterSnitch and post it here. Thanks!
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Re: Display time for newest image

Postby Southdowns » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:35 am

Umm, which file do I send you? I can't see one with Shuttersnitch or 2ndNature in the name in finder after an iTunes sync, and the option to find them on the iPad (Settings>General>About) is no longer there in iOS8, or has moved to somewhere I can't find!!!

There is a Shuttersnitch one in the "Retired" Folder, but it's an old one.
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Re: Display time for newest image

Postby TheBrew » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:39 am

Option 2 may be better:

Open the Settings app, pick General -> About -> Diagnostics & Usage -> Diagnostic & Usage Data - and tap the latest ShutterSnitch_.. crash (The top line of a crash report should say "Incident Identifier: .."). Then tap and hold the text and pick "Select All" to select everything and copy that. Then paste it in a post here.

Edit: GARH, also gone from iOS 8. Moment.. Hunting..
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Re: Display time for newest image

Postby Southdowns » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:42 am

No as I said, that option (General -> About -> Diagnostics & Usage -> Diagnostic & Usage Data) isn't there in iOS8 :(

I don't think it's creating a crash log at all though; I just made it crash, re-synced iTunes, and there's still no file :(
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Re: Display time for newest image

Postby TheBrew » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:54 am

So much have changed behind the scenes for Apple developers over the last months - apparently this one did too.

Still looking for a way to get the logs. But it could take a while. Hang in there.
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