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Author Steve

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#46 | Posted: 1 Jan 2020 20:23 
Any point with a negative value will be ignored when making a LUT...

Steve
Steve Shaw
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Author Make73
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#47 | Posted: 1 Jan 2020 20:30 | Edited by: Make73 
Steve:
Any point with a negative value will be ignored when making a LUT...

Steve

Okay, but I can´t do new .bcs file without those bad readings, except maby open it with notepad and totally remove those three readings.
That was which confused me.

But if that´s the case, no need to make new 9261p profiling

Author Steve

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#48 | Posted: 1 Jan 2020 20:42 
With a -ve added to the bad points they will not be used when making a LUT.
So no need for a profile 'without' the points.

Steve
Steve Shaw
Mob Boss at Light Illusion

Author Make73
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#49 | Posted: 1 Jan 2020 20:45 | Edited by: Make73 
Steve:
With a -ve added to the bad points they will not be used when making a LUT.
So no need for a profile 'without' the points.

Steve

Understood

But I wanted profile without those 3 bad and it seems easy to make one

I didn´t waste over 4 hours, I´m happy.

This software is just superb, I´m glad Ted put me bought it

Author LegendOfFalcon
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#50 | Posted: 12 May 2020 03:24 
I have found that Malwarebytes can also block LightSpace from detecting PGenerator on the network (both when using PGenerator connected to a router via Ethernet and when using the Bluetooth connection). Closing Malwarebytes + allowing LightSpace through Windows Firewall is what I had to do for my setup to get everything working. Thought I'd pass that info along.

Author RollsRoyce
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#51 | Posted: 12 May 2020 15:42 | Edited by: RollsRoyce 
I don't use Windows Firewall at all as I'm behind a hardware firewall on our home network, but I do use Malwarebytes and haven't yet seen that problem with PGenerator on WiFi.

Author LegendOfFalcon
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#52 | Posted: 12 May 2020 17:51 
Are you using Malwarebytes free or the premium version? I still have an old lifetime premium license from before they switched to an annual subscription.

I went back and did some more testing, LightSpace can't see any available clients when the Malwarebytes Real-Time "Web Protection" feature is turned on. Instead of fully quitting out, I tried just turning that feature off and immediately after LightSpace will detect the PGenerator. I believe the real-time stuff is only in the premium version.

Author RollsRoyce
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#53 | Posted: 12 May 2020 22:08 | Edited by: RollsRoyce 
Premium. I did have to allow Device Control access through the McAfee firewall, but the RPi itself was recognized as being on my home network and works fine. Strange that we're having different experiences with Malwarebytes.

Author AmusedToD
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#54 | Posted: 19 May 2020 23:41 
Hi everyone, new user of LS here. Just starting to learn how everything works in the LS universe (with a big help from Ted along the way).

Anyway, I am experiencing a synchronization problem between LS and PG, which leads to huge reading errors by my meter (i1d3 Retail from 2016).

The errors can be reduced by changing the stabilisation numbers in the probe options (from 0.350 to 0.00), because they usually happen when a black stabilisation patch is displayed. The probe somehow picks up the black patch and that leads to big errors (over 30 dE).

I tried both the BT and direct LAN connection, but the issue persists. I have also created a Firewall rule for LS (inbound and outbound), but it makes no difference. My PG is updated to the latest software version.

Any ideas how to solve this problem?

Author Steve

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#55 | Posted: 20 May 2020 07:36 

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