Ok, Seen the videos. now can I be directed to the download :)

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  1. hammo131

    hammo131 Apprentice Elf

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    Ok, Seen the videos about Xlights and enjoy Keiths explaining things that anyone can understand... I have just one question. Where do I download Boscoyo models so I can import into xlights.... Just have one of their 5 pointed 3 row stars and just trying to locate their model file to put into xlights.

    Thanks in advance.

    Hammo
     
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    bluzervic 65,768 Channels, 185 Universes

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    Hmmm, I just might have to check that out. That, and I just wanted to reply to Dan's post :D
     
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    ok, request sent on that FB page... Now I will wait and see. Thanks for the info guys...
     
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    ryanschristmaslights Senior Elf Administrator Generous Elf

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    Also if you have created your own *.xmodel file (and the same goes for *.xtiming and *.xpreset) you can if you want to attach them directly in a forum post or as file in the wiki - this is change from the old site.

    So there is the possibility for an xlights custom model sharing forum topic or wiki category if anyone wishes to distribute their custom model creations (+ timings and/or presets). :)
     
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    darylc Full Time Elf Global Moderator

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    In general, I would suggest asking the manufacturer of your props for an xmodel file. We should be encouraging these guys to create official models and place them on their website. If their customers don't ask them for it then they may never get around to it.
     
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    that and detailed instructions on how to get the best results when putting together props :)
     

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