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    Default Re: AlienFX Lite (Linux + Windows AlienFX tool)

    Ok, the PID was 512. Same device VID. I've attached my theme and the usb sniffer information that was sent when it turned the lights on and off via the drop down (for some reason Fn-F11 wasn't working)
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    Quote Originally Posted by soleblaze View Post
    Ok, the PID was 512. Same device VID. I've attached my theme and the usb sniffer information that was sent when it turned the lights on and off via the drop down (for some reason Fn-F11 wasn't working)
    Thanks a lot. Ill make sure to add support for the M11x as soon as possible. I might need you to do one more test later on however
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wattos View Post
    Thanks a lot. Ill make sure to add support for the M11x as soon as possible. I might need you to do one more test later on however
    No problem, just let me know.
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    Default Re: AlienFX Lite (Linux + Windows AlienFX tool)

    someone has to tell me a new one for the m11x is coming lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by soleblaze View Post
    No problem, just let me know.
    Awesome, can you try running the tiny program attached to the post? Since the PID of the M11x and the M15x is the same, I need to inspect the Model of the pc to determine which model it is.

    This small program does exactly this and I want to test if its checking the model correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wattos View Post
    Awesome, can you try running the tiny program attached to the post? Since the PID of the M11x and the M15x is the same, I need to inspect the Model of the pc to determine which model it is.

    This small program does exactly this and I want to test if its checking the model correctly.
    Oops, sorry the PID is actually 514.

    Bus 005 Device 002: ID 187c:0514

    I'll still run this program when I get into work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soleblaze View Post
    Oops, sorry the PID is actually 514.

    Bus 005 Device 002: ID 187c:0514

    I'll still run this program when I get into work.
    That's good news. then you dont really need to run that attached program
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    Hey,

    Soleblaze just verified that the latest(not yet released) version works for the M11x. My questions are:

    1) is there anything anyone would like to see in the next version (which supports M11x)?

    2) How much people would be interested in "active" profiles. Those would be profiles, which extend the alienFX functionality by actively changing the colors. This means, that the active profiles only work when the application is running, but also means that there are no limits to what one can de. One example would be "police car lights" on the speakers, which would basiacally alternative red/blue in a quite fast manner.

    Any feedback is welcome
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wattos View Post
    Hey,

    Soleblaze just verified that the latest(not yet released) version works for the M11x. My questions are:

    1) is there anything anyone would like to see in the next version (which supports M11x)?

    2) How much people would be interested in "active" profiles. Those would be profiles, which extend the alienFX functionality by actively changing the colors. This means, that the active profiles only work when the application is running, but also means that there are no limits to what one can de. One example would be "police car lights" on the speakers, which would basiacally alternative red/blue in a quite fast manner.

    Any feedback is welcome
    Two things that I'd like to see is a way to turn off the lights. Is this just done by creating a profile and setting everything to black or is there another way that the alienware program does this? Also it would be nice to be able to turn on/off the light dimming.
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    Default Re: AlienFX Lite (Linux + Windows AlienFX tool)

    Quote Originally Posted by soleblaze View Post
    Two things that I'd like to see is a way to turn off the lights. Is this just done by creating a profile and setting everything to black or is there another way that the alienware program does this?.
    It is basically equivalent to setting the light to black. Ill add another option though which dims the light. You cal also do go into the Menu and press Help->Reset

    Quote Originally Posted by soleblaze View Post
    Also it would be nice to be able to turn on/off the light dimming.
    Can you elaborate? I dont quite understand
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