Re: [76attendees] what are the little dots at the bottom of the speaker ID screen?

中村 修 <osamu@wide.ad.jp> Wed, 11 November 2009 11:08 UTC

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Good question!
That is health indicator of RFID readers connected to the display.

		osamu

On 2009/11/11, at 19:24, Aaron Falk wrote:

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