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Hey everyone,

Was wondering how I would be able to implement this on a local computer instead of using connectserver? 

Any suggestions or help would be appreciated. Thanks. 

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@hek welcome to the forum. In the future, please don't resurrect very old posts (things have changed a lot in 7 years) when asking a question. Better to create your own topic and explain in detail what you're trying to accomplish.

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Doesn't extrapolating these two posts above from the original context make them a bit meaningless? better put a link to the original context otherwise a reader wonders where the point is... just to say... ;)

 

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