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  1. NWSanta wrote: There is. Well not just one button but two. What you do is select the cell you want to copy, then push and hold the "Ctrl" button and then push the "C" button while holding the "Ctrl" Button down to copy. To paiste, you select the cell where you want to paiste and hold down the "Ctrl" button and push the "V" button to paiste. I knew that silly, thus the "1" button comment. Wouldn't it be nice just to press C or V instead of CTRL and that button. I'm thinking about reassigning some mouse buttons to aid in the sequencing. Evan Evan I hear what your saying. It would be nice to only have one button per function. It does get old having to hold down the "Ctrl" button.
  2. NWSanta wrote: There is. Well not just one button but two. What you do is select the cell you want to copy, then push and hold the "Ctrl" button and then push the "C" button while holding the "Ctrl" Button down to copy. To paiste, you select the cell where you want to paiste and hold down the "Ctrl" button and push the "V" button to paiste.
  3. JBullard wrote: Thanks Thats exactly what I wanted to hear. My new computer that I am creating my sequences with has Vista Premium with SP1 also but mine is 32-Bit. My show computer has Windows XP Home Edition.
  4. Has anyone used the USB Booster - USB485B Adapter with Windows Vista ? If so, is there any issues using it with Vista and the drivers for the USB485B Adapter ? My show computer has XP Home Edition so I think I should be fine there. Thanks Travis
  5. How About Chance For Free LOR ChanceForFreeLOR
  6. Oh William. You make me sick ! you did that fantastic wiring job in 45 minutes ! Uggg ! it looks great. Can I add a suggestion ? I would put some heat shrink tubing on the connectors for better safe gaurd. You did a great job.
  7. mnkyboy wrote: Looks good. As far as wiring amp racks, I know all to well about. I am a retired pro car audio installer, and have built many of competition stereo systems that traveled the IASCA circuit around the U.S. I have worked with some of the best of the best installers in the industry such as Dave Rivera "aka Fishman", Dale Hillious "aka Fabio", and many others. I retired from that occupasion back in 1998. During that time is where I got and learned the OCD wiring habbit to have wiring perfect and clean. I had to have the wiring job visable for car audio IASCA judges to see, if the wiring was messy you would get docked points.
  8. JimCanfield wrote: Jim It actually took me longer to re-wire it to get the last ending results. I have nothing but time on my hands due to a on the job accident I am recovering from, so I took my time to re-wire it so it would come out clean and organised. I started around 4:30 PM and finished about 10:30 PM LOL !
  9. Brian Mitchell wrote: Brian That picture scares the heck out of me.:shock: I'm having a anxiety attack and my hair is falling out I want to jump in there and re-wire that mess.
  10. Thanks guys. It took me a while to get it to look that nice and clean but it was well worth it. Dan is more than welcome to use my pic for the LOR literature
  11. Another after OCD pic. Attached files
  12. And the After OCD pic. Attached files
  13. Well I re-wired my PC board last night. I just was not happy of the first wiring job, so my OCD took over and this is the ending results. First pic is before and the second pic is after. Attached files
  14. Mountainwxman wrote: William, :shock: Now that is what I like to see ! I love the looks of a sanatary, clean wiring job. In my personal opinion, a clean and organized wiring job means less chance of problems to accure. I use to do pro car audio competition installs for a living, and you have to have a clean and organized wiring job in your car and be visable so the car audio judges could see your wiring. A messy wiring job would mean you getting points knocked off you score. I am very anal about the wiring I do, not only functional, but appearance too. Even though I am the only person that will see the wiring, I know the messy wiring is there. I have done wiring before and did not like it and removed all the wiring and did it all over again untell It looked nice. A clean wiring job means less time tracking down a problem. you did a very nice job on your wiring. I plan on redoing the wiring in my PC board so it looks better than does now.
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