There Are Unused Flights In Your Airport

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

Our collection of ‘Digital Signage bloopers’ would not be complete without this nice picture, taken in Dallas Fort Worth international airport on Sunday…

Thanks to Guy Shavitt, VP R&D at YCD Multimedia for forwarding the picture (from a friend’s Facebook wall) and for supplying the caption!

3 Responses to “There Are Unused Flights In Your Airport”

  1. luis Says:

    here you go… from a .wsf execute on player box …

    WshShell.RegWrite(“HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Explorer\\Advanced\\EnableBalloonTips”, 0, “REG_DWORD”);

    and please someone make a note on this, it’s starting to get stupid….

  2. Jason Cremins Says:

    Why Windows based digital signage software providers cannot build an optimised embedded Windows image that suppresses all notifications/pop-ups, I’ll never understand. Plus creating an embedded image removes thousands of redundant operating system files and programs that cause the instability that we see time and time again captured in pictures like the one above.

    If you want total stability, drop the operating system all together and go for an IAdea SMIL device or similar.

  3. Luis Says:

    Wrong answer. you are mixing DS software Provider with Embeded plataform builders. Some say can do both, but those are very few. You dont change your DS software, you change the company that builds the OS.

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