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ItsMeBobO

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About ItsMeBobO

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    S4 Louis MO
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    Oracle Data Architect Panera Bread

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    Software developer. Most tools I decide I need or will make my own sequencing easier and I share them.
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    somewhere a long time ago someone said something I think.
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    All of them! Except all of them but Christmas

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  1. Thank you LOR John for posting this. Trying to clarify. The CCR II ribbon also has the slow component? And the pixie (all port count) does not do the intensity mixing to support smoother fades. Last year I purchased a CCR II (two ribbons) for testing. I used it in my office display, not my main show. When attempting slow smooth color transitions it did seem like the colors did not rotate as smoothly as my memory of the old CCR, but I didnt have them side by side.
  2. That didn't take long! You are very generous.
  3. ItsMeBobO

    circular tree

    What are you guys talking about? If someone is mad and doesn't want me around, they can go somewhere else. My wife likes discovering I spent money so she can then spend money on her stuff, its only fair.
  4. The timing grid used in SE is not related to any pasting issue you may have. Select the paste by time option. Which means the timings which are kept in the clipboard.
  5. Yes they will. But that does not mean older controllers will run at the higher speeds. If you want to use a higher speed..all the controllers connected to the red RS485 must support that speed.
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