Absolutely no need to apologise. Thank you for doing this it is really promising. Once the bugs are ironed out Gazespeaker will be far ahead anything else available with features to match the proprietary applications.. except free! I will do as you suggest and if I get it up and running I will test it with users and send you feedback.
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly and trying to resolve this. Looking through the documentation this looks like some great work, I’m looking forward to trying it out. I eventually got it downloaded using IE 11 (windows 7) with security turned off and my anti virus disabled (although the download was still interrupted at about 60% it allowed me to resume). However the installer was corrupt. I got the following error.
An error occurred while trying to copy a file:
The source file is corrupt.
I retried but no luck so I selected ignore and the installation continued. Seemed to install OK and I got as far as the Start Grid when it shut down. This may have been caused when the download was interrupted. Would it be possible to put the installer in a zip file? This might help with the download problems.
This software looks great and along with the new generation of more affordable eye trackers could be life-changing for someone. As Jeff outlined above I have been unable to download the installer. I have tried two different computers, Chrome and Firefox and I get the same result every time. Shortly after I get the warning you mentioned about downloading a setup.exe (which I select to keep of course) the download finishes. Always between 60 and 80MB (which as you know is smaller than it should be). If I try to run it anyway it gives me “the setup files are corrupt” error. Can you see what i’m doing wrong? or could you make the file available some other way?