ScreenPal: My webcam or mic isn't working on Windows
If you are on a Windows Operating System and your webcam or mic are not working from the ScreenPal setup screen (after clicking the ScreenPal icon in a text box), you may not have enabled Chrome permissions for these devices when you installed ScreenPal.
To enable these settings for Google Chrome, visit Settings from you Chrome browser menu:
From Settings, select Security and Privacy
Then select Site Settings:
Then select Camera or Microphone:
Finally from this page use the pulldown menu to select "Allow" for both camera and microphone.
For Microsoft Edge the process is similar but menu navigation is slightly different. Go to Settings>>Cookies and site permissions>>ScreenPal Extension and then use the pulldown menus to allow camera and microphone. Note that the ScreenPal extension may be listed as:
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