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  1. Posted this in the Cosmic Device area but no responses. This only happens when I add CCR's then try to save the sequence: Added CCR's to an existing sequence and when trying to save the sequence I've been working on I can't. After trying to rename as the warning box says I still can't save. I tried adding a CCR and no sequence and it saved. Adding sequencing seems to goof it up. Anyone have an idea????
  2. Answer to your first bullet: The CCR's come in a flexible soft plastic sleeve sealed at each end. If you are suspending them like for a mega tree you should support them in some fashion. Multiple options there. Wire, cable, pipe, rope etc.
  3. Hmmmm, I asked this question and discussed with LOR. They basically told me no to extending due to the amount of info being transferred and it was not a good idea.
  4. Getting the error in topic title. Added CCR's to an existing sequence and when trying to save the sequence I've been working on I can't. After trying to rename as the warning box says I still can't save. I tried adding a CCR and no sequence and it saved. Adding sequencing seems to goof it up. Anyone have an idea????
  5. I painted some clear ropelight orange last year because I didn't like the rope light labeled orange that was really more of an amber/yellow. It did take a looooooooooooooooooooong time to dry. I have some scraps that still stick together when they're touching. But the rope I used in the display was mounted and is doing just fine. I tried several brands as I was trying to find one that actually dried but none dried much better than another. Jeff
  6. Hey bdeditch, what could make you leave CA to come to the Moline area? joshua, you have PM
  7. Hey TJ, just a thought but if you secure the ends I"m thinking the middle may want to "settle down" and end up facing up or at an angle in the tube with gravity working against you. Maybe you could run a pin on the back side of the PEX at various spots to help keep the CCR pointing forward and not at an angle. Just a thought.
  8. John, that Krylon might work. Never thought of that! Thanks!
  9. Yep. This was me. 5' circles were too big. I think I was thinking of 38 pixel circles would give me close to 4' if my math was correct. Jeff
  10. In another post it looks like you are using tubing used to bundle wires together to put the CCPs in. So when you are using half a strand the tree shown is only roughly 12' high. Correct?
  11. But how long does it last in the sunlight? I can't find PEX that is UV resistant.
  12. Beautiful. Well done. I wasn't sure what to do with my CCP's (two strings) but this gives me ideas! Not sure how the word "bundle" applies to a single string of CCP's. Or am I not understanding? I'd be interested in a couple of close up pictures as the CCPs seem to all be facing towards the camera. They look perfect instead of some pointing multiple angles towards and away from the viewer.
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