Have you tried to call their REST API?
Start here: https://community.jaspersoft.com/documentation/tibco-jasperreports-server-rest-api-reference/v630/rest-api-overview
You can start by calling Jasper’s REST API https://community.jaspersoft.com/documentation/tibco-jasperreports-server-rest-api-reference/v630/rest-api-overview
Have a great day!
Im just glad my headphones arent broken, but my computer seems to have a drinking problem now………..
1) Follow the solution listed in this guide! =)
2) Press WindowsKey + U. (This opens up Ease of Access settings menu)
3) Click “Other Options” from the Ease of Access menu
4) Scroll down to Audio Options
5) Turn “Mono audio” to “On”
Voila! Now, all left and right sounds will be played in mono, so using the solution in this guide won’t mean those that are hard of hearing, deaf in one ear, etc. will miss anything intended to go into the other audio channel.
TL;DR: The author’s original solution helps for one headphone/speaker performing at a different volume than the other, but didn’t address problems for people that are deaf in one ear, or otherwise want all their sound to come out of one stereo channel, whether left or right.
Hope this helps any folks hard of hearing!
p.s. It’s also a nifty solution for putting on one headphone and being able to hear everything else in your environment (colleagues at work, significant other at home, TV at home, whatever)
Unfortunately, it’s not a technically correct solution for panning ALL sounds to either the left or right. Adjusting the balance in the method shown here simply adjusts the volume balance for whatever would come out of the left or right channels.
In other words, if sound is solely coming from the left channel, adjusting the left channel to ‘0’ does not redirect those sounds to the right channel.
I think the correct solution might be using something like Voicemeeter Virtual Audio Mixer (link: https://www.vb-audio.com/Voicemeeter/index.htm ). I haven’t tried this one yet, but the idea is that you can take all your system sounds, override the native Windows audio mixer, and Pan Left/Right to your heart’s desire (depending on which ear is still good at hearin’). It seems with that specific software, you can hit a button to turn the output to Mono. I’m not sure without installing
That is, of course, if the software (which is free!) works as it seems to after my cursory inspection. I’m sure there’s other applications out there that achieve the same result. I’m still looking for free solutions. If I find one that works and is easy to use I’ll update!
TL;DR: This solution doesn’t actually pan all the audio to the other side. Need something else. =(