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    Red face Time managed sharing

    This feature might not be requested by many, but I will still thow it in the loop.
    I have kids.. my kids love mezzmo... I love mezzmo (even more early mornings when they decide to watch a movie instead of jumping on me)

    This said there would be some stuff that would make parenting easier..
    Well.. my girlfriend is accually requesting this..
    A way to limit device sharing to a certain time. for example lets say turn off sharing on the livingroom TV after 10.00 in the morning... after that its jumping on daddy time and tv stuff is not allowed.
    And kids are sneaky.. sneeking up after bed time, time limiter would help me in becoming digital living overloard.. (Well.. after my girlfriend ofcourse)...
    When thinking on this it could be a really cool feature! and a dealbreaker. and perhaps not to hard to implement (?)

    What do you think? Could Mezzmo help me become a better parent and prohibit square eyes on the wee ones!? (Talking like groundskeeper Willie)
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    Thanks for the suggestion! It's not hard to implement and I'll add it to development to-do list for a future version.

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    Good idea.
    A workaround in the meantime might be to run two instances of Mezzmo servers with different setups of Media Devices.
    Start and stop the two Mezzmo Services with Windows Task Scheduler using "net stop Mezzmo..." and "net start Mezzmo..." commands.
    Requires you are a bit familiar with Windows Command Prompt, scripting and Task Scheduler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankVincent View Post
    Good idea.
    A workaround in the meantime might be to run two instances of Mezzmo servers with different setups of Media Devices.
    Start and stop the two Mezzmo Services with Windows Task Scheduler using "net stop Mezzmo..." and "net start Mezzmo..." commands.
    Requires you are a bit familiar with Windows Command Prompt, scripting and Task Scheduler.
    Indeed I am, but I never thought of that as a solution... thanks for the suggestion! =)
    Mezzmo serves:

    3 Chromecasts
    Samsung UE40B7070
    Samsung LE46B655
    Samsung BD-F5500
    Ipad Mini
    Ipad Air
    Iphones 4, 4s, 5s
    Samsung Galaxy TAB
    Samsung Galaxy S4
    Windows Media Player

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