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TonyD last won the day on August 22 2015

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  1. I imported the Flake K xmodel file (from the google share drive) but there are no motion rows. Does this mean there were no sub models defined? I don't have xlights, could someone confirm whether or not there should be sub models?
  2. Great job. I like how you have the drip tubes in different channels with horizontal layers. Allows for a very cool effect. Never thought of doing that I might have to *cough* borrow that one.
  3. I'm not sure if this will really work. Create a 1 row matrix and make a vertical stack group out of your real matrix and the 1 row matrix. Have the 1 row matrix on the bottom. Apply the effect to the group when you want to use the snowflake effect and just the one real matrix otherwise.
  4. I am able to simultaneously connect to the Pixcon16 via the "regular" ethernet connection and access it in the LOR Network Config AND run a sequence through a LOR Enhanced network connected to the LOR rj45 connector. So, if you can somehow connect the Pixcon16 "regular" network connection to your home network (that is accessible from your laptop also) "permanently" then you are good to go. Tony
  5. Hold on - if you have a pixie16 then that implies you have "smart" pixels, not dumb rgb. Smart pixels have each individual light as programmable, so unless you are planning on programming hundreds of rgb channels through sequence editor you need to look into using the new Pixel Editor (from LOR, requires Pro level license) or something like xlights or superstar. If you had a CMD24D connected to rgb floods or dumb strips then you can use sequence editor easily.
  6. Thanks for the tip! Also, in case anyone's wondering, the reason the unit id changes after unit 9 to "0A" is that it is shown in HEX not decimal. So, decimal 10 = 0A hex, decimal 11 = 0B, 12 = 0C, 13 = 0D, 14 = 0E, 15 = 0F, and decimal 16 = 10 hex (1*16 + 0*1=16).
  7. I have a pixie16 on the way. Do we need 4.3.16 for anything other than the initial configuration?
  8. I was just watching this video last night which had a few suggestions specifically to do this. Maybe about 20 - 25 min into the video. I haven't watched all of it yet though.
  9. The 19th works, the 5th would not.
  10. So if I were to distill these statements down to the most important one... ...the best one.... ...the one that resonates with me personally... I guess i'd have to say that it would be that you obviously have time to come help me this year!
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