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About cmulvey

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    Researched after seeing displays on You Tube.
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  1. Excuse me if this is the wrong forum to post but... I just upgraded to Pro because next year I'm planning on incorporating some RGB's and felt like via the software description (and verification from LOR spt) that Pixel Editor would work for me. However after reading of all of the issues that you seasoned folks are running in to I'm beginning to have second thoughts that perhaps Super Star is the way to go. Especially after reading about the user that just wants to be able to change his roof light's from red to green. "If the lights are horizontal set them to vertical. If they're vertical, set them to horizontal and and and". It has my head spinning. And yes, I too am in the IT field and like I've read by others, this stuff is blowing my mind. For those that have experience with both, can you give me a recommendation of what's easier to learn and work with so I don't dedicate too much time to Pixel Editor before throwing in the towel?
  2. I'm sorry if I missed the info if already posted but does anyone know when Light O Rama will be having their Summer Sale. I thought it was usually in July but haven't seen nor heard anything? TIA
  3. I'm fairly new to this. Last year I started with 48 channels and most of my songs were purchased preprogramed and I self programmed a few others. This year I've upgraded to 102 channels and am programming all of the songs which is tedious and takes a lot of time. Wondering how others do it that have multi channel displays? Thinking that perhaps those more experienced than I have a few tricks to share? TIA
  4. If you're really concerned you can place a short piece of 1" x 2" scrap wood along side it to keep the door just off of it.
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