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#21
I cannot believe that I forgot this :/ It is working now ) I am sorry to bother you with this ))

Anyway, if you have any pattern for 2 engines, changing colours between blue and red paste the code here please Like a police car ...
 
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#22
Try the following:
Code:
30;1;0;rB;9d8040ff7f00e00440007f000000;9d80e08040ff7f0040000000
Works on mine, but I've hand-copied it here, so I may have typod.
 

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#23
It works!! ) Thank you perfect now I just have to make up my mind what colours I wanna use

Thank you so much
 
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#24
Originally Posted by codeMonkey View Post
Try the following:
Code:
30;1;0;rB;9d8040ff7f00e00440007f000000;9d80e08040ff7f0040000000
Works on mine, but I've hand-copied it here, so I may have typod.
So, for instance, would this code work to flash between red and blue for a missed call and an unread SMS? If so, which notification would i put the code under?

Sorry if my question is unclear... I'm on percocet right now for my wisdom teeth. (=
 
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Hi Mattside

You'd put that string under whichever pattern you wanted it to be used under.
Please see the wiki for more information, specifically this part of the led pattern wiki.
 
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Originally Posted by codeMonkey View Post
Hi Mattside

You'd put that string under whichever pattern you wanted it to be used under.
Please see the wiki for more information, specifically this part of the led pattern wiki.
Actually, I meant if you had two notifications up (each with a different color), would it be able to flash the LED between the two colors of the respective notification?

For instance, SMS is blue and Call is green. If I have an unread SMS and a missed call, is there a way to have the LED flash between blue and green? And after the SMS is checked, only the green would flash? (If that makes sense...)
 
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#27
I get what you mean now.
Unfortunately not at the moment. Each pattern has a priority, and the one with the highest priority wins.
Two patterns can be running at the same time, for example if your tablet is fully charged and you get an email - when you dismiss the email pattern the battery-full pattern will still be displayed.

Some other people did also suggest something along these lines in a thread/brainstorm suggestion, but I think it would take a rewrite of mce to get it working.
 

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#28
Originally Posted by codeMonkey View Post
Try the following:
Code:
30;1;0;rB;9d8040ff7f00e00440007f000000;9d80e08040ff7f0040000000
Works on mine, but I've hand-copied it here, so I may have typod.
How can I change colour in this pattern? If I change "rB" it is not working anymore...
 
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#29
Please have a quick read of this section of the LED patterns wiki article.
 
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Originally Posted by codeMonkey View Post
I get what you mean now.
Unfortunately not at the moment. Each pattern has a priority, and the one with the highest priority wins.
Two patterns can be running at the same time, for example if your tablet is fully charged and you get an email - when you dismiss the email pattern the battery-full pattern will still be displayed.

Some other people did also suggest something along these lines in a thread/brainstorm suggestion, but I think it would take a rewrite of mce to get it working.
I forgot about the priorities. Thanks for the help!
 
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