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  1. Thank you everyone! I just want to share something that happened tonight. I went out front and there was a package at the door. It had a card and a coffee cup with Ghirardelli sampler of chocolates in it. The card said "To the happy house of lights and colors, we SO appreciate your efforts and spirit! Thank you for giving us smiles when we see and hear your lights every night! Merry Christmas! anonymous passerby. XXOO" I couldn't believe that someone would be that kind to go out of their way to being me a gift, I don't do this with any expectations of getting anything in return...This
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  2. I don't think you have enough trees. You have room for more. Quit being a slacker You still have time...
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  3. I use tomato cage lights and have not had a GFI trip out problem since I began mounting them with PVC pipe. At the top of the cage, I form the wire into a downward center point, then push it onto a PVC pipe. The PVC then fits into a wooden stand, but it isolates the cage completely from ground.
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  4. Check this thread out:
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  5. Thank you sir! Great idea for adding a new class this year - How to Not Suck at Sequencing. I like it! Your commissions are in the mail.
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  6. That's Great! With all the things that are wrong with the world, it is very nice to know there are still good people out there (you being one of them). This of course means you have to up your game for next year as to not disappoint them. Gotta keep that chocolate coming. Alan...
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  7. Xlights! Download it and give it a try. Unlike Lor it's one program that does everything, instead of several different programs that don't function well together. By the way pixel editor is a bad copy of xlights and intensity files are something that they learned from xlights as well. With xlights you can get most the answers you need in either the xlights Forum, DIY Christmas, Falcon Christmas, and Australian Christmas lights forum. My breaking point was when I was spending more and more money for increasing my license level to still not get what I needed
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  8. Pixel strips will never be described as reliable or easy to use. They look great in many applications but they are delicate with a capital D. Unless you enjoy running wires all over the place to inject power into the middle of pixel runs or props, avoid 5v. As Mr. P stated, 12v are much more forgiving in every way.
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  9. As a former LD from 28 years ago working for 8 years as the director of Journey along with many years with DB sound & Episode Lighting to Upstaging doing the same thing as you. I am too stuck on a many of this new operating system that I get stuck on. Maybe should just buy a Whole Hog 2 and work it all from there.
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  10. As a former LD from 29 years ago working for 8 years as the director of Journey along with many years with DB sound & Episode Lighting to Upstaging doing the same thing as you. I am too stuck on a many of this new operating system that I get stuck on. Maybe should just buy a Whole Hog 2 and work it all from there.
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