Re-Tutorial - What the heck are Scenes Anyway?

Discussion in 'C-Bus Toolkit and C-Gate Software' started by Phil.H, Nov 12, 2004.

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    Phil.H

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    Ashleigh, great tutorial, however, I am a little sad now.

    I thought all that cool scene stuff was taken care of by the "scene fairy" and obviously the scene fairy had a much better job than the "network clock pulse fairy".

    Would you please confirm if there is such a thing as magic scene dust.

    :D
     
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    Phil, of course there is magic scene dust. Its also known as "logic engine". :)
     
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    magic dust

    (yoda) This engine of logic.. find it where we do?
     
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    It's in restricted beta at the moment. The logic engine will be found in the upcoming Schedule Plus V3 and the Colour C-Touch product. Neither of which is currently released. pre-production versions of the Colour C-Touch are travelling around with the Product Launches and avaialble for people to "play with" during the launch.
     
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