So, do you need something or just wanting to complain/blame something? If you need help getting your machine to work then you need to be more specific (from what driver to what driver?, what OS? any other info that may be important.) or if you just want to complain/blame then good luck your are on your own, maybe someone here can send you a puppy (seen it happen). Let us know if you want to start the fix it process. there a lot of good people here that will help if you ask.
P.S. I just spent a few hours last night compiling the new 3.2 driver for Linux so I can use it. If it fails or gives me trouble I will not blame anyone, I will check for new updates try to isolate that problem and then if all else fails contact inventables and this forum and ask for help. Have a lot of hope and good wishes going your way friend.
@JDM I don’t think there is hostility on this forum. The OP isn’t really asking a question… so its difficult to really ascertain what exactly he/she wants…
Looking at GamerGuy’s history … it seems that he/she has been having an on-going issue with Easel since September 2015… at some point you got to just saddle up and take the issue in hand. We all know Inventables’ Customer Support goes above and beyond with their support, so coming onto a forum, spouting a few words and then disappearing for months does not sound like someone that is open to working on the situation. Calling the company would make sense to me…
Hopefully I am wrong and GamerGuy is open to learning from those on this forum. I should also state, that no one on this forum is obliged to share or offer any information, but they do and I am grateful. And I as I have stated time and time again, was the number one reason I bought the X-Carve.
You have to look at the larger picture.
at least 90% of the people here are using the same stuff. (except the computer and programs)
Its not the easel driver. it works for me without a hitch and I update it every time.
I think the issue could be the system and what is on it.
Thank you to those who reported issues with connecting to their machines. Yesterday, we discovered an issue where some users were connecting to Easel through https://easel.inventables.com (note the https). We have been working to get Easel to work over https, but that work is not complete. In particular, Easel, when loaded over HTTPS currently does not connect to the local driver.