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  1. Description pretty much explained it all but I've got a 22' wide space to work with at the front of my yard. I've purchased two CCRs and would like to have four arches made from these. Based upon the length of the CCRs and people's personal experiences, how far apart should I space the bases (rebar) for each PVC arch? On a side note, what are most people using for PVC? 3/4"?? Thanks in advance!
  2. jimswinder wrote: I'd have to download it and try it out. So, essentially I could just highlight the entire sequence range and save it to the clipboard. I'd name it. Then inport it into Bob's program, flip it and rename it. Then take it off the clipboard and paste it over the original sequence? I'll of course save the original full sequence with a different name in case of catastrophic failure. Is there a limit to the number of channels or time that can be utilized with Bob's Flip Tool? Thanks in advance!
  3. Eventually hmm... guess we're not going to get that date any further nailed down huh?
  4. OK, so here's the set-up. Four eight foot arches utilizing two CCR's to create two arches each (CCR1 = Arch 1&2, CCR2 = Arch 3&4). I have a control box I want to mount between Arch 2&3 to keep all of the wires nice and protected. I didn't think about this however before beginning the sequencing aspect of these. Now that I have several sequences done, I've realized I need to change the positioning. Essentially I have 1-50 and then 1-50 when I need 50-1 and then 1-50 so that the box can be in the middle. If I do that though, all my chases and several other sequencing elements w
  5. I ended up returning my spade board and went another route. Would definitely have prefered the screw in board and when I talked to the LOR rep about the refund, etc. she said they were looking into building them again but could not provide a timeline or promise to update me via email.
  6. The quick connect version is not what I was hoping for and would like to know when the screw in terminal version will be available for purchase again. Anyone know when it will be available for sale??
  7. Max-Paul wrote: These are standard (I'm not quite ready to call them old-fashioned yet) C9's.
  8. Frank A. wrote: I will check on this as well. Thanks for two great suggestions.
  9. Frank A. wrote: I imported the same 32 ch set-up to all of my sequences, making the set-up was the first thing I did but I will recheck the missing C9 sequences this weekend to see if that was the ticket.
  10. shfr26 wrote: I have not done this. I've been going non-stop for about 4 days now, 14 hours a day and I've been asked very firmly/politely by my fiancee to stop the Christmas lights for three days while we head to Shreveport, LA to visit her family. When I return this weekend I will try that and see if it's the lights. The thing is, it's not that the lights are out just that they don't light up on certain sequences. We'll see.
  11. Oh, I'm running Windows XP and the newest version (2.6.0?) of Light-O-Rama with two sixteen channel heat sink installed controllers. Thanks!
  12. OK, so I've finally got it all set-up, programmed and ready to go. Did my first test show today and I'm pretty pleased with my work with one exception: I've got one channel of C9's (19 to be exact) that will work fine on some songs and not work at all on others. It's all or nothing too, no partial lighting up half way through a song or anything. Any ideas on how to fix this? I do have one BLANK channel that I saved in case of emergency so I could copy and paste this faulty channel into the BLANK channel on all of my sequences but that would take a lot of work. Any help would be greatly a
  13. Need to do my offline registration through the Light-O-Rama support phone number. It's 8:30 CST, will I get a call back tonight or will I have to wait for business hours tomorrow?
  14. Max-Paul, It's almost a mute point b/c as I said, I cannot connect this computer to the internet. I would need to download the update as a separate document and I'm not sure Windows provides for that. I do need to know as soon as possible if LOR 2.6.0 will work on Windows 98 SE. If not, I need to either look at upgrading the operating system on this computer (if the hard drive will allow for it) or purchase a new computer to run the show on. Please let me know ASAP! Thanks guys, Marty
  15. I cannot connect to the internet from this computer at all. I get the internet to my laptop via a Verizon aircard which is not compatible with the dinosaur. Is there anyway to download a Windows update file and then transfer it via CD to the dinosaur? I get the error immediately upon loading, it won't let me into anything. I am trying to load the Seqence Editor to be specific.
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