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    Networked projects

    Can someone post an example of a project that two people can interact with on different computers?

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    Re: Networked projects

    Well, do you want to communicate via the Network or the Internet?
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    Re: Networked projects

    That doesn't matter - either way, it's the same objects and events.

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    Re: Networked projects

    No, for online stuff you would use Moo or prefferable Lacewing, and for network-only stuff you use the Network object.
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    Re: Networked projects

    Why on earth would you use the Network object? It's ancient and pretty much useless compared to Lacewing.

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    Re: Networked projects

    Is there a LAN Lacewing host?
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    Re: Networked projects

    There is no difference between LAN and WAN other than the hostnames/IP addresses you use.

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    Re: Networked projects

    What I mean is, is there a Lacewing object/DLL/something that will only work for the network and have nothing to do with the internet?? Because I really want something like that. You are right, the Network object is ancient history and I am stuck having to use it.
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    Re: Networked projects

    There is no difference between LAN and WAN other than the hostnames/IP addresses you use.

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    Re: Networked projects

    LB: Your local network is like it's own little private internet - an intranet if you will. Lacewing will work just fine there. What matters is what IP-addresses you use. If an IP resolves to another local machine it connect to that just as if it was over the internet.

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