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Scriptplayer 1.1.1 and The Handy

So I can’t seem to make the Handy work in scriptplayer locally even though Scriptplayer says the Handy is connected.

am i missing a setting to make it work?

Prefacing that you can connect fine via HandyFeeling site correct?

It takes me 1-2 (sometimes 3) tries sometimes to get Scriptplayer to connect to my Handy, if it doesn’t work the first time I press the sync button on the handy and do Connect to Handy on Scriptplayer until the Handy is Connected message shows up

yeah works fine on handyfeeling, and i can connect it on first try in scriptplayer aswell.
But, when i play a script the handy does not move

Try the latest beta version - the Handy API changed a bit since the initial release:

@Liquid so my settings / version are as follows.

Installed Scriptplayer https://ci.appveyor.com/api/buildjobs/jf76t76jnq6o6c5u/artifacts/ScriptPlayer-Debug-1.1.1.331.exe

Settings > The Handy >

  • Connection Key: Same as on Handyfeeling

  • Script Host: Local

  • Local Settings: my computer’s IP / and port

It runs perfect using https://www.handyfeeling.com/ and instantly connects when I go to the website.

But I’d really like to use Scriptplayer instead

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my Local Settings in the scriptplayer has nothing in the IP box and just Port 80, maybe give that a try?

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Dude thanks ! this worked for me!

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found this useful as well ty!

Glad you got it working, I had been playing with this recently and think I can clear up a bit of what is going on, so the local settings stuff is to bypass the handys servers and just send the script entirely locally, when you use the handyfeeling option you send it through their servers. The reason it wouldn’t work locally is because you actually have to have a server running to host the script, scriptplayer wont do this for you, so you need handycontrol (from another thread here). If you are running handycontrol, you can get that setup as a server, then the local settings (assuming theres no network issues blocking communication) will function and you can load scripts entirely locally without sending them back and forth through the handys servers.

I was actually perfectly happy just using the handys servers but I was trying to load a script that was almost 2 hours long and it kept failing, so that led me down this rabbit hole lol.

This is what my settings on scriptplayer/handycontrol look like…

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Big thanks dude save my day

So I’m having issues with some vr videos not playing the FUNSCRIPT through scriptplayer. Scriptplayer loads the funscript and shows the heat map, but the handy won’t move on certain videos (always the same ones but they’ll work in another program - there is data on the funscripts) - does that make sense?

It’s just random ones for some reason. They are always the same ones, but I can put it in another program and it reads fine…

My issue is I use script player with whirligig on VR videos… I like whirligig - I guess I can go to DeoVR and use handycontrol - but I’d like this to work.

Anyone have any issues?

I’m new with scriptplayer and handy but I guess my problem is the same. First It’s really hard to connect the handy to script player the handy can’t connect all the time to wifi and then scriptplayer can’t always find the handy. But for some videos don’t know why it’s not working I got script player saying “Error: Machine timeout” and for others videos it’s seem to work.

I’m using handy + scriptplayer + deovr on quest 2

Can someone help us ?

It appears to be non-standard characters in the filenames that do it. It’s a recent change too it seems because these files have worked in the past.

Files with characters such as ( ) [ ] ! and others present this issue.