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I just make a sequence with all lights on for a certain amount of time, say one hour for example. Then I make another "show" after the real show every night where it loops that sequence. Seems to work so far. Hope this makes sense, it did in my head.... Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD

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Just like gawegiel, I run another show. I do mine as an animation loop. I have the Mega Tree fade from Red to Green to White to Red and repeat that. I march my mini trees through a similar color cycle.
Very similar to mine. I have all lights on at 40% with a slow "roll" through the channels up to 60%. Very subtle. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
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I have done both - just steady on, and then a few years ago I also had a late, late night one with fades. Both are just animations within the LOR sequencer.   But you can make the sequence short. I think mine are only 5 minutes.  You could even do one minute if you wanted.  Just set it to loop.   Once you have that, create a new show with this one sequence in it.  Schedule it separately from your main show.

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I do mine in the same show, just put my looping animation sequence in the "shutdown" portion of the show.  Works great and don't have to build another show.

 

If you choose to do another show, the simple show builder will work great.

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