AlienFX Lite (Linux + Windows AlienFX tool)

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  1. Wattos

    Wattos Notebook Deity

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    If the alienFX system is the same (as M17x r1), then it should. Try it and tell us. I dont have a M17x r2
     
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    There any docs/guides on programming the AlienFX interface?
     
  3. The_Moo™

    The_Moo™ Here we go again.....

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    The m17x has different zones :(

    I'll try in a bit but you might have to add them:eek:

    you don't have to but it would be nice :)
     
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    lgsshedden Notebook Consultant

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    correct on all counts, running win7 64 bit: ran as admin and it worked beautifully!
    Hope my error assists others: great tool and great assist.
    Rep +1!
     
  5. Wattos

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    Well, I did use the region codes from the M17x and they worked on the M15X, so in theory it should work :x.


    How many keyboard zones do you have on the M17X ?
     
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    Make sure you use the task bar. Its really handy for switching the profile quickly.
     
  7. rbf351

    rbf351 Notebook Enthusiast

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    when i run the program nothing actually happens.

    here is the command i am using

    "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_18\bin\javaw.exe" -jar "C:\Users\rbf351\AlienFXLite-0.1.jar"
     
  8. Wattos

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    most likely you forgot the "-jar" inbetween the javaw.exe and C:\Users\rbf351\AlienFXLite-0.1.jar

    your command should look like:

    "C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.6.0_18\bin\javaw.exe" -jar "C:\User\wattos\AlienFXLite-0.1.jar"
     
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    yup, that was why. figured that out a few seconds before you posted. now i get nothing when i run the program
     
  10. Wattos

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    can you open cmd with admin access and do :

    "C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.6.0_18\bin\java.exe" -jar "C:\User\wattos\AlienFXLite-0.1.jar"

    (note, the java.exe not javaw.exe)

    and paste what it spits out
     
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