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  1. bdwillie

    Reliability once the season kicks in

    Exactly why I bought one in the summer sale! Working on finding a DMX back up now!
  2. DisneyMatt10

    Needing a Christmas Miracle!

    So we learned. We finally got them working LATE last night: There are still way more to come. Got to get the arches out, and more trees. But so far so good!!! Thoughts?
  3. While I have had multiple pixel matrix props for several years, none have been the shape of a 180 tree. This one is 16 strings of 50 using square black and pixie 16. There are no guy wires. At the very end you can see a brace wireframe d'lites made for me to hold to pipe securely.
  4. MattBrown

    Help with PE Prop Setup

    See Page 18 of this presentation: http://www1.lightorama.com/PDF/PE_Previews_2016.pdf Each roof segment is defined as a "Matrix Horizontal" shape that is 1 pixel high. Then all of the roof segments are grouped together using arrangement "horizontal stack". This allows control of each segment, or to run effects across the entire roof line (by applying effects at the group level). Matt
  5. 1) Reboot your computer 2) If the LOR Control Panel is set to start automatically, close it (right-click on the LOR light bulb in the system tray, then select "Unload Light-O-Rama" from the menu). 3) Uninstall Light-O-Rama (use the Windows Control Panel for Windows 7 and below; Settings > Apps for Windows 10). 4) If you have pinned any of the LOR programs to the start menu or the task bar, make sure they are gone. If not, then delete them manually. 5) If you are running a 64-bit version of Windows, verify that the "C:\Program Files (x86)\Light-O-Rama" directory no longer exists. If it is still there, delete it manually. If you are running 32-bit Windows, check that "C:\Program Files\Light-O-Rama" no longer exists. 6) Reboot your computer 7) Install desired version
  6. George Simmons

    Singing Face Basics

    That's rich... All the ideas that HC has apparently pirated/copied over the years without paying a penny in licensing or royalties (as far as anyone knows), and all the underhanded advertising they do using (and profiting from the use of) their competitors names... And here we have someone getting all high and mighty and offended when they (HC) become a victim of their own perfidy. Ain't third-party hypocrisy a wonderful thing?
  7. MeemeeMowMow

    Singing Face Basics

    Irish Alan and Kapkirk, Here is the link to the singing faces. This is un-assembled and for the face only. You still have to buy the lights, controllers, etc. And you need to build the frame around it. I bought one and then am going to trace onto Coroboard I am buying at Home Depot. Much cheaper but not sure if it will be worth the savings for all the work. Gonna try one and see how it goes. This is also for the led lights, not the nodes. They have a different version available for the nodes, as well as an entire kit with everything to build one face (about $360). http://www.holidaycoro.com/Singing-Christmas-Trees-p/100.htm Bryan, thanks for the advice. I am very musically inclined (was in band and choir for years in high school) so hopefully that will be a plus!
  8. Note: The boxes do the same thing as the Previews. The Rainbow effect ends up on the real prop.
  9. ItsMeBobO

    Can you help?

    http://www.highcountrylights.com/remository/Light-O-Rama-Sequences/Rudolph-The-Red-Nosed-Reindeer---Gene-Autry/ There are many here to look through https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B6gSkzp9OlvuV3FmaEtBY19HMUU
  10. Jaynee

    The Hype Is Building!

    Just emailed back and forth with the husband. He agreed we should do more than we had originally thought (just wreaths in the windows). So it looks like I have some programming to do since we're not going to use ALL of the things we had in last year's program (his goal is to have a 2-3 hour install versus a 2-3 day install). From the program we're taking out the stars on the house (4 channels), the two big holly trees (2 channels), and another small tree that we've been meaning to cut down for a couple years and this provides the excuse (1 channel). We're going to combine my lattice trees, which were four channels, into two channels. That opens up 9 channels. I'll use 8 of them to add a bit of color to my spiral tree, which was originally only white lights. This year it'll have white and green. That'll be the heaviest bit of programming. And we may only have 4-5 songs versus 12-13. But it's something! And since everything will be up near the motion sensors and cameras, we're less likely to experience vandalism/theft.
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