Control LEDs w\o using alienware tools

Discussion in 'Alienware M11x' started by vorob, Aug 6, 2016.

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  1. vorob

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    I remember when m11x was released there was a small fan-made java utility that allowed to change colors of different elements. Much better then gigantic alienware tool. Anyone can remind me what was that tool? Thx
     
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    use it to edit the profile then apply it with AlienFX i will update the post from the link with a guide on how to use the tool
     
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    I believe it would still require the Command Center, wouldn't it?
     
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    Hi,

    I have a M11X R3 I just updated to Win 10 and wonder, if there is a working tool like mentioned by the threadstarter at the moment, that does NOT require the command center. Or for that matter, if there is any working tool for Win 7/8/10.
    I wanted to ask in this http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/alienfx-lite-linux-windows-alienfx-tool.458528/ thread, if anyone is still developing, but unfortunately it is closed.
    I would appreciate any help. Really kinda desperate here ...
     
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