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    Angry Onelan - different layouts on multiple screens?

    We have a Onelan NTB650 and NTB650M

    The 650 is the publisher and the 650M is the subscriber. 2 screens are running off each.

    With that configuration, is it possible to have 2 screens displaying one layout design and info, whilst the other 2 display something entirely different? If so, before my colleague's stress levels reach 'something will get smashed up in a minute' levels, is their an easy guide on how to achieve this anywhere?

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    I have have one, so not sure. But could you not delete the link between the two and have them as two independant systems? two screens to one box and the other two screens to the other, then have whatever you want on either.

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    All sorted now - don't ask me, I don't know, but he's done it. Something to with Channels and schedules

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    Yes.

    I know you've said you've done it but as said if you create a new channel and subscribe which ever TV's to that channel it will show the content/layout/data from the channel to the screen thats subscribed to it.

    So if you have 2 layouts, one on chan 1 and one on chan 2 you can subscribe one box to each - thus displaying different content!

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