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  1. Well Merry Christmas to everyone and a special shout out to all the ones who keep this forum going and to those who help when trouble arrives man you guys are greatly appreciated i can't say enough other than thank you thank you keep on helping
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  2. To day my email had a message from LOR, You have won the Try for Free contest (Oct2020 ?) Thank you very much LOR crew 👍 💡 👍
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  3. Good luck. Hope you don't get too sick and recovery well. I also received a positive test last Friday. Fortunately, I'm not overly sick.
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  4. This is what I meant in my long winded explanation. Thanks Phil.
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  5. The channels in the background sequence must NOT be in the main sequences. Not blank. Not there at all.
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  6. Several things can cause this, sounds like you've tried a few. Not sure if it's one channel or multiple, but another couple areas to check is to see if you have created more than one preview using the same channel. For example: if you have one sequence with a single prop using LOR Unit 1 Ch 1 for your Tune to Sign that runs in the background of your show, but you have the same prop (or different) in your regular sequences assigned to the same channel, both sequences will try and run the channel, so if one is off and the other is on, they conflict and cause a flicker. The same is true if your running 2 sequences at the same time using the same channel. If you're using LED strands, you may need a "snubber." Damaged RJ45 jacks and bad network cables are also known culprits.
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  7. Not a dumb question. The visualizer in S3 & S4 was replace with the Preview in S5. The preview is also where ALL your channel configuration is done.
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  8. And a Merry Christmas to all the folks at Light O Rama.
    1 point
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