Main window explained

On start the main window is divided into 2 areas:

Menu Header area

This area with the Text LUCI Checkers has a button to add more LUCI STUDIO instances and a button for the global setting menu:

  • Bigger Tiles: Show instances tile 10% bigger
  • Smaller Tiles: Show instance tiles 10% smaller
  • PhoneBook: Load Phonebook Dialog
  • Logging: Set Logging to a file on/off . The file is a “Comma separated File” ( Documents/luciremote-log.csv )
  • View Log: Open the Log file with a appropriate application ( like spreadsheet or plain text viewer )
  • About: Information of this program and Activation details.

Instance viewing area

This scrollable area is a list of all connected LUCI STUDIO instances. Depending on the main windows size the tiles get rearranged to fill up the width of the window.

Per Tile there is:

  • The Instance name in a group tag colored box
  • Kind of power button showing that the instance is running. Clicking this button will reconnect with the LUCI STUDIO instance, clearing possible loss of connection
  • The Station name or connection information
  • The Connect / Accept Call button
  • The Disconnect / Reject Call button
  • The Go-Live / Register button
  • Last call information or connection quality information

Instance Settings Dialog

Clicking on the Instance ember name will show the Settings dialog ( see Instance Settings page for more info ) :


Instance full Rack Dialog

Clicking on any other part of the tile will show the full instance rack with all available information :

From left to right you will see:

  • Kind of power button showing that the instance is running. Clicking this button will reconnect with the LUCI STUDIO instance, clearing possible loss of connection
  • The Amber colored display with all information of the selected Station and Status.
  • The Connect / Accept Call button
  • The Disconnect / Reject Call button
  • The Register button
  • The SIP display with all SIP related information
  • The Audio display with all Audio related information
  • The Instance name in a group tag colored box
  • The IP or url of the LUCI STUDIO instance
  • The port of the LUCI STUDIO instance
  • The Instance settings menu button, for also accessing the instance settings dialog