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  1. I'm going from 2 to 3 ac controllers. Adding a 19' arch (linear). I made 18 wire frame stars ranging in size from 3' to 8' to go on the roof. Two of the 8' stars are 3 ch. exploding type. I made a few more Peanuts characters. I got neighbors to "adopt a tree" in the small park next to our home that will tie with the 16 ch. mega tree. I made a 7 ch. stick man that stands 8' tall. It has a combination 5 mm and fairy LED. He's playing a guitar and has moving eyes and mouth. Our home sits so the front and back can be seen.
  2. It appears the trees are plug and play. The only thing to be concerned with is sequencing them. That could take a while.
  3. I was thinking about the LOR singing trees. Will they work on my Basic Plus license? If yes is the answer, do I just need a pixie controller connected to a LOR controller? Thanks for your time.
  4. 2019 was my first time w/LOR. The majority of the year I was busy making props or sequences. My wife felt neglected also. This year it'll be better for her. In regards to traffic patterns. We live close to the beginning of a cul-de-sac w/about 38 homes in it. I would see one or two cars checking out our lights and listening to the music on their car radio. It's always nice to see someone appreciating what you've done. However, the most joy I got were from children, seniors (80 yrs.+), and myself. If a neighbor drives by one night I want them to hear a totally different show the next night
  5. Thanks for your input. I won't forget it. I tried what JR suggested because it seemed easier for an old guy like myself. It seems to be clearing up my problem. I don't understand it though because I've played all sequences on this new computer. At least I thought I did because I wrote it down.
  6. JR, I tried your suggestion. I seems to be fixing my issue. Thank you soooooo much. If I have further issue like this I'll look into the other workaround.
  7. So just to clarify, I should delete the shows I created, direct LOR where to find seq and audio files from one folder, then rebuild the shows. Is that correct?
  8. Each sequence has been played on the show computer. You're probably correct about the "save as" thing though. But I need to figure out how to get the sequences and show sequences on the same page. (Due to different accounts). kenn and inspe
  9. I'm not sure why the computer is doing it either. The inspe is from my email account. The kenn is from my tower computer where I originally created sequences. I bought a laptop then transferred my sequences to it. That's where it happened I guess. So I'll try as suggested to get it sorted out. I'm not familiar with LORPost.exe. However, I'll try to find it. Thanks guys! I appreciate you so much.
  10. I noticed a difference in the address from the sequence to the show. Example: (SEQUENCE): C:\Users\kenn\Xmas\ TK Ice Ice Baby. lms (SHOW) C:\Users\inspe\Documents\Light-O-Rama\Sequences\2019 Xmas Party Show pt.2.lss However, all sequences have the same show pathway.
  11. I'm a first time user. I have two CTB16PCG3. I tested some lights using SE. All went well. Some sequences were donated by members, some I created from scratch. All sequences were saved into the default LOR-sequence directory. I used the show editor to build the shows. Then scheduled the shows. Then ran the verifier. Error 23 Sequence file does not exist came up on almost every sequence. This is what the help box stated in part. "If you do want the sequence to play, perhaps its file was renamed (or placed in a different directory), or deleted. If it was renamed (
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