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lanopie

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About lanopie

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  • Birthday 01/29/1960

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    Curran, Ontario, Canada
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    Retired Federal Government employee

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  • Interests
    Woodworking, music
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    The internet
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    5.3.8
  • License Level
    Pro

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  1. I will let Alan take care of you, he has helped me with a spider from Boscoyo, he's done a great job. I believe Matt has mentioned that there was a problem with S5 and the props from Boscoyo but it supposed to be rectified in the next release of S5. Good luck!
  2. What kind of help do you need exactly, need more info.
  3. Don't know if this is what you are looking for, 1. on the right side of the screen you will see the box called "Type"(Channel, Color, Motion, Superstar), click on Color 2. under the "End Color" (Choose, Random, Copy, Ignore) click on ignore if you want only one color 3. click on sample and choose the color you want and click OK 4. click on a color in the row you want to change and press R to choose the whole row 5. right click on the row and choose Existing Effects (foreground) and choose Apply Toolbar Hue That should do it.
  4. Hi James, may I get a copy of your excellent work? Thanks lanopie@xplornet.com
  5. UPDATE: I created an animation sequence with just the spider and let it run on my director and everything is fine. When I chose blue the whole spider was blue. It seems the problem lies in HU. All's good, on with Halloween!!!
  6. No this is one continuous set of a 100 count.
  7. I have a Boscoyo spider with 100 pixels hooked up to a pixie 4 board. When in HU I try to test the light, at first I was getting only 50 pixels on. When I checked the extended I was able to get all 100 pixels on but the problem is 50 are red when I choose red and the other fifty are blue, if I choose blue I will get 50 blue and 50 red. How can I get them to be all the same color? Thanks!
  8. I'm also looking for the Star Wars Medley... lanopie@xplornet.com Thanks!
  9. Sorry Orville but i disagree with you for the new user part, I highly recommend new user to go with S5, there is absolutely no sense in learning a software and then moving to the next version of the software, learn once, bite the bullet now you won't regret it. I've been using S5 since it came out and love it, I wouldn't go back. Just my opinion.
  10. Hi James, Could I get a copy please? lanopie@xplornet.com Thanks a bunch for all your work
  11. Hi Matt I've tried with the downloaded version from Boscoyo but if I put an On command on Leg4 it lights up the whole spider. If I had a motion effect of blended bars on Leg8, the effect is on the whole spider. The way it's setup you can't create a group for the upper legs or bottom legs. To add a motion effect on only the bottom legs you have to do it individually but that doesn't even work because the effect is on the whole spider, that is why I approached Alan and asked him if he could help, and he came through for me and any other members that might be using this spider. You can see it in the attached animation file. spider-temp.loredit
  12. Thanks Alan, Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner. I like what you have done and I'm able to use it now. I'm not sure if you are still planning on doing a video on how you created the prop, I sure would be interested in learning how you did it. Thanks again much appreciated. Pierre
  13. I've been using S5 since it came out in Beta version and have never gone back. If I were you I would go with S5. If you have to start learning a new software you might as well go for the latest.
  14. If I were you I would take a close look at all the tutorials that LOR has on their website, a lot of good videos. http://www1.lightorama.com/tutorials/
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