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Excel Amp Calculator for sale on eBay???


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DonFL wrote:

Somebody has..it shows he has sold one.

Even funnier is it is reduced in price from 14.99...
maybe he bought one himself...sorta like putting a few dollars in the tip jar to get it going...
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I should go on eBay and buy one before they're all sold out. The listing states that he has more than 10 available but I don't want to miss out.

That will go great with the website address of Light-O-Rama that I bought a few weeks ago.

I hope that I have the winning eBay bid for the Showtime Software Suite S3 demo!

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WhitePlainsNY wrote:



I hope that I have the winning eBay bid for the Showtime Software Suite S3 demo!

Sorry...beat you to it. I even paid the 9.99 express mail fee, and, the extra 5.99 to get it on CD.

I hear this demo software rocks, its even the S3 demo!!...my lights are all set up to use it...I just install it, and away I go...:cool::cool::cool::cool:

Seriously, I'd love to get a copy of his lighting calc tool and compare it with the quartzhill tool...I understand many variations of the same type of program doing the same thing, but if it truly is his original, I'd expect, just by nature, for it to be very different in the way it is laid out, formulas set up, etc.
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Many props to whom ever made that excel file, it's sweet.

This is a little off topic but I think it will be OK.

I've cleared out all the info on the controller tabs but I'm still showing bulbs and watts next to controllers 1-8 on the controller total tab. Is the creator of this file around so I can ask him/her whats wrong? Or can someone else help me.

Thanks.

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MarkV wrote:

Many props to whom ever made that excel file, it's sweet.

This is a little off topic but I think it will be OK.

I've cleared out all the info on the controller tabs but I'm still showing bulbs and watts next to controllers 1-8 on the controller total tab. Is the creator of this file around so I can ask him/her whats wrong? Or can someone else help me.

Thanks.

The gentleman at post 13 is your man.
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reitan_family wrote:

Sent the seller a note. This was there reply:



I did not know someone had something like that for free anywhere. I will remove my auction. Word of advice though, next time don't be a smart ass to someone you don't know.



Am I the only one a little skeptical that this person did not know anyone had anything like this for free anywhere?

Ain't makin' no sense...:shock:
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I couldn't help myself....sent him a question with the quartzhill link and asked "does your tool do more than this (free) one? if so, what additional features?..."..

I mean he does advertise that it calculates the number of extension cords you need.

Hmmm..lets see...probably a pretty complex excel formula:

"number_of_channels_used=number_of_extension_cords_needed"

If its anything more than that, it might be worth the 4.99 just to have some fun with it.

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It's getting to be a time that free sharing is going to end. When I see this jargon where someone used their free time to create and some putz rips it to make a profit, I'm not a happy camper!

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LOL. Whoever they are seem to be a "I wonder if anyone is looking now" kinda person. "This listing was ended by the seller because the item is no longer available."

OOps... Someone was still looking.:shock:

What an idiot!!

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pikadroo wrote:

So... 16 channels means you need 16 extension cords of what length? How many feet do they need to be? That doesn't seem that it would be helpful at all. I mean if you have 16 channels controlling one aspect of the show 18 feet away, and you don't know it's 18 feet away or how to figure out how many feet of extension cords you need if you did know. Then I'd say this probably isn't the right hobby for you. hahahaha :D

Drew

Exactly. And even the idea of calculating quantity has some variables that make it somewhat worthless.

I never got an answer to my question, and now that he has suddenly pulled the plug on his acution, again, I don't expect him to.

If he had a load calc program that was significantly different, additional features, created independently, etc., seems like he'd sell them with confidence. Now that he has twice pulled down the auction when someone asks him if he is aware of a similar tool out there already, it speaks volumes.
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