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Stan B

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About Stan B

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    New Forum User
  • Birthday 04/21/1943

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  • Location
    Slidell, LA
  • Occupation
    Retired Firefighter

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  • Interests
    Christmas Lights
    Purple Martin Landlord
    Recumbent Cycling
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LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    2.7.4 or older
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  1. It is too long at the end. I have about 4 seconds of dead silence. Thank you for the advice !!!!!
  2. My Wizards sequence is too long by about 4 seconds. Can I just shorten it in the sequence itself? Or should I shorten it in Audacity and then copy it back into the sequence?
  3. Thank you Jim and lightzilla !!!!! It was the SD card. I tried a Lexar card and the animated sequence is running fine. Thanks Again
  4. I have 16 mini trees in my display. Having problems with the blue lights on the trees. I have tried to configure an animated sequence to isolate just the blue trees, turning on just the blue trees Am using a director and no matter what I try I cannot get the sequence to play through the director. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  5. Can someone please advise where the VERIFIER is located and how to use it.
  6. I am concerned that upgrading to S3 at this time may cause a problem running my present sequences which are in S2. Thank you for all the information. I know you are busy at this time of year, so I will wait till after the Christmas holidays to get back with you.
  7. I am using version 2.3.4. I have 5 other sequences on the SD card which are playing fine through the director. They all loaded without a problem. Only when I try to load the Wizards sequence is when the error message appears.
  8. I am trying to load a sequence to an SD card and am receiving this message. Error with sequence file: Creating Sequence File Subscript out of range Trace: Flush CB Trace: Block Down Load End I am lost as to how to remedy the situation any help would be greatly appreciated.
  9. Stan B


    BINGO !!!!! Thank You, Thank You, Thank You !!!!! You have made my day and then some. Again thanks. Enjoy the rest of your evening. Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours !!!!! Stan B
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    Are you advising to reverse the leads from the power supply?
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    They are MR 16 with 32 Led's.
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    Yes they are 12 volt. Each light is separate.
  13. I have 3 MR16 LED flood lights that I am wiring to a CMD16D board via a Holiday Coro 350 watt power supply. I have individually wired each light with a separate hot and bundled the neutrals into one lead. I have each flood light connected to it's own number on the board, 1 for the red, 2 for the green, and 3 for the blue. I then took the lead from the bundled neutrals and connected it to one of the neutrals on the board. However, the lights will not light individually. The only time they light, they all light at the same time. Using the Hardware Utility, no light will turn on until I get to the light that I have the neutral connected to, then they all turn on. Am I doing something wrong? Or is this board not capable of sharing neutrals. Thanks,Stan B
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