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something wrong with WYSIWYG 10

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by stradivarius, Oct 23, 2004.

  1. stradivarius

    stradivarius Member

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    Hi,

    I downloaded Wysiwyg release 10 demo/viewer from Cast lighting. It all seems to be running fine until i try to hang a fixture on a truss or pipe. Wysiwyg completely crashes. I did read the Wysiwyg 10 knows issues file but cannot find my problem there.

    Have someone else experienced this?
     
  2. jmsinick

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    I have also had this problem, but I have a real educational version with the dongle, and it only happens on my laptop. I have no problems on my desktop with wysiwyg v10.

    Jeremy
     
  3. bdesmond

    bdesmond Active Member

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    Not having used the software, but reading these two posts, have you updated the video drivers on your computer to the latest? That may be the culprit.
     
  4. 12yearoldlightingdesigner

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    Just a general Question, Do you have to have the WYSIWYG dongle, or could it be lany DMX to USB dongle (like from the wholehog PC for example) :?
    Just out of curiosity - 12yearold
     
  5. stradivarius

    stradivarius Member

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    Hi

    sorry about the late answer

    I have no dongle connected to wysiwyg, because I just downloaded the demo version to test it.

    As for the video drivers I will test it right away.

    Thanks 8)
     

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