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KMmusicman

Demo does not work on safari

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 I am building a living christmas tree for my christmas program at my church.
I have six levels. I want to make sure my first purchase is the right amount I need to do the show. I will have about an hour of music. I know I will have to design my own program. I want to use Dumb RGB lights, with some incandescent lights. I tried to download the demo on my mac and it will not load. We are running Safari. I have google chrome it dd not down load. I would like some advice about which set up i should use when i buy. I want to use regular RGB lights and RGB dumb strips as well.

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The software doesn't work on a MAC. Doesn't matter what web browser you are using to download, it simply will not run on a MAC.

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i use boot camp on my mac to run windows.  only way to do it.

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On 7/8/2017 at 8:27 AM, KMmusicman said:

 I am building a living christmas tree for my christmas program at my church.
I have six levels. I want to make sure my first purchase is the right amount I need to do the show. I will have about an hour of music. I know I will have to design my own program. I want to use Dumb RGB lights, with some incandescent lights. I tried to download the demo on my mac and it will not load. We are running Safari. I have google chrome it dd not down load. I would like some advice about which set up i should use when i buy. I want to use regular RGB lights and RGB dumb strips as well.

for a MAC you might want to look at xLights.

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7 hours ago, caniac said:

for a MAC you might want to look at xLights.

OR....

Does Light-O-Rama software work on an Apple computer? 

It does, but with some help. 

We have to use some very low level device drivers to communicate between the computer and the various types of controllers available. The Windows environment allows us to do this relatively easily... not so much in the Apple world. 

The easiest solution might be Apple's Boot Camp.  See more at https://www.apple.com/support/bootcamp/

Other of our Apple users use their Mac in a Windows environment via Parallels (http://www.parallels.com/products/desktop/) or VMWare Fusion (http://www.vmware.com/products/fusion/) 

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