NwETA uses on-rev.com as the host for cTRAINweb. cTRAINweb runs under Apache web server on a Linux OS residing on a softlayer.com data center in Houston, TX.
Internet Browsers supported (for cTRAINweb)
For Windows (operating system Win Vista, 7), use:
- Firefox 5 or newer (recommended)
- Chrome 15 or newer (recommended)
- Opera 17 or newer (recommended)
- Safari 5 or newer Note: When you click or press 5 to show a movie, click the Start Icon in the middle of the movie image; when it finishes, click 5 (Hide) to turn it off.
- Internet Explorer 8 and 9 (recommended)
For Macintosh (operating system X.4 and above), use:
- Safari 5 or newer
- Firefox 5 or newer
- Chrome 15 or newer
Operating Systems (for cTRAIN desktop)
cTRAIN desktop (i.e., the version that is installed on your computer) is written in LiveCode developed by Runrev.
cTRAIN for Windows runs on:
- Windows 8
cTRAIN for Macintosh runs on:
- OS 10.4 or later (Intel)
Software Requirements (for cTRAIN desktop)
- QuickTime (version 7 or later) available from apple.com (Mac or PC)
- Standard Mac OS X text-to-speech support are active
- 8 GB of memory (RAM) [12 GB preferred]
- 1 GB of space on your hard disk
- ~100 MB hard disk space per title installed (actual space depends on size of title which is dictated by the number and size of pictures and movies)
- Set screen resolution to 1024 x 768 pixels
- Turn screen saver off
- Turn background programs off, such as:
- Instant messaging systems
- Virus protection software
Builder editing software runs only on Apple MacIntosh Computers with Mountain Lion (10.8.x) or Later
If you try to open Builder or cTRAIN in a Macintosh computer running Mountain Lion operating system (10.8.x) you may be the message: The app you tried to open wasn’t downloaded from the Mac App Store. This doesn’t necessarily mean that there is something wrong with the app. However, unlike the apps in the Mac App Store, this app has not been reviewed.
You can choose to override your security settings and open the cTRAIN or Builder app.
In the Finder, locate the app you want to open. Most apps can be found in the Applications folder.
Press the Control-key and click the app.
Choose Open from the shortcut menu.
OS X will remember this app as an exception to your security settings, and you will be able to open it in the future by double-clicking it.