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  1. OMG, this would save me so much time and make my 7 year old happy! Could you please share with me? Lovering@gmail.com
  2. Is it possible to change the grid background color of traditional props in S5? I thought I could do this in previous version. I know I can change the "on" light color by editing the prop definition, but I see no way to change the grid color. The real issue is when using either the toggle button or the "on" and "off" buttons, my cursor becomes a tiny white line that becomes almost invisible against the light gray background. I'm having some serious eye strain. The RGB prop backgrounds are black and the cursor can easily be seen. If there is not way to change it I'm going to have to get some new glasses to support this hobby! Overall, I love S5. It's making sequencing so much easier!
  3. Thanks for your help, George. I'll order my high speed adapter today and get ready for Christmas!
  4. Yes, it is a CCB with 2 strings of 100 bulbs each. I now have each string set with a different LOR ID. I set up my CCBs in visualizer and then imported them into PE for sequencing. I've followed all the tutorial steps and saved intensity data. Everything appears to be set up correctly. I just can't get it to work. I have updated the firmware on all of my controllers allowing them all to run on and enhanced 500k network. However, I only have the regular RS485 adapter. I'm also running 2 CMDB24s, 3 CTB16PC3g controllers, and one cosmic flood. Do you think it's a network speed issue? All controllers work except for the Pixie 2Ds (of which I have 2). They work when tested through the HU.
  5. I guess I'm totally lost then. I have the Pixie 2D. There are 100 pixels (300 channels) on each port. I don't understand how to set it up as an LOR device when it exceeds the maximum allowable channels. I also don't understand if I have to run my show with a high speed RS485 adapter or if the regular or min-director would work. I just received my lights on Thursday and was hoping to run them for a Halloween light show tonight, but the learning curve is looking too steep for this CCB newbie!
  6. What did you figure out? I need to know the answer to this problem too. I thought I had to set them up as DMX, but run on an LOR network, but I can't get them working.
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