Starting out. very New.

Tested Audio and microphone. When I setup the miccrophone in Chrome as per YT videos there are not the same options as in the older versions (v35....) Cannot get ok google listen option.

Just installed MRL 1.0.1723 for InMoov.  Have version 54.0.2840.71 m (64-bit) of google chrome browser.

Enabled micphone, but do not get a microphone button in MRL. Tested Ryan voice with AcapelaSpeech and that works. for text.

I am running Win7 64 bit. Checked my Java version does not give me the bit version. It is a client. do I need to run server.

java version "1.8.0_73"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_73-b02)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 25.73-b02, mixed mode, sharing)

Installed The Inmoov Windows 64 bit version 1.0.1723 of Myrobotlab.

Installed Python 2.7 AMD64 bit version.

Have this error at bottom of Window


6 years 3 months ago

Are you using a python script or just the GUI to start ? Looks like a python error. Send a no-worky. 


6 years 3 months ago

In reply to by Mats

Running the scxript. will get back to it and run a noworky. ( What is/ how does/what does no worky do)




6 years 3 months ago

In reply to by pes0001

Hi Paul

A no-worky is a way for the developers to see what you try to do. Many times it's difficult to explain a problem, and a no-worky helps us see what you are doing.

It  will give us information about a lot of things, like what version of java you are using, what version of myrobotlab you are using, the script that you execute and the resulting error with a lot of useful information.

You send a no-worky from myrobotlab gui => help => about => Help, it "no worky"!

Sometimes the logfile grows to large to be sent this way, so the best is to stop myrobotlab, delete the file myrobotlab.log and then start myrobotlab again. Then run the script or use the gui until it fails. Then send a no-worky.

Your no-worky will end up here:;O=D

in a folder named based on the user you fill in when you send the no-worky.