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Caleb Kraft
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Re: Code not showing
Caleb Kraft   4/10/2014 3:27:29 PM
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you can find the code on adafruit's website.

http://www.adafruit.com/products/1463

there are tons of tutorials for them there too.

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Re: Code not showing
Mauimacman   4/10/2014 3:08:21 PM
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I can't get my Neo pixel ring to work. I sure would love to find his code that you write about, but there is no link?? have you found it?

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Code not showing
Oe-   10/30/2013 3:20:02 PM
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Can't seem to find the code you used on the post. I see the "code here" part but there is no link.

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benjoson   10/18/2013 2:29:39 AM
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Thanks for your great post. I have read your post completely and acquire more 

knowledge from this article. Thanks for your useful post.

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Re: Magpie attractor
Caleb Kraft   9/20/2013 9:02:40 AM
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hopefully I'll be getting lots of really great pictures and talking to some really cool people! I am powering this off of 3xAAA batteries right now. The battery pack isn't too bad. Someone pointed out that I could have probably run this sucker for about a half hour off of those cr2032 button cells if I just skipped the on-board voltage regulator.

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Magpie attractor
kfield   9/19/2013 5:53:51 PM
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I love blinky things like this!  So what are you going to do at Maker Faire? Carry an auxiliary battery pack in your knapsack?

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nikood   9/19/2013 2:59:12 AM
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I agree with your point. Good job. 

Caleb Kraft
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Re: correction
Caleb Kraft   9/18/2013 9:03:04 PM
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I get it ALL THE TIME, in native apps. photobooth, final cut pro, itunes, hell, just opening safari. 

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correction
pixeled   9/18/2013 8:57:18 PM
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Long time Mac OS dev here. (1984)

>Any time your computer is "thinking," you get that stupid beachball on your screen

This is not correct.

You get the spinning beach ball in an application that was poorly written and doesn't return time to the main UI thread.

It's easy to write an app properly that never has the beachball, yet does insanely complex calculations or "thinking".

You tend to see the beachball in 'ports' from other OSes, by developers who don't care.

That being said, EXCELLENT WORK!

Caleb Kraft
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Re: Oooh -- Shiny!!
Caleb Kraft   9/18/2013 6:14:47 PM
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You're halfway there. You could just buy one of those LED rings and 3d print your own enclosure!

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