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Old 08-18-2019, 10:37 PM
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Default Set location of LED strips in iCUE

I'm using a lighting node pro to give me LEDs behind my monitor, which works great when I set the lighting up manually. I'd love it to work perfectly with Wallpaper Engine as well, so that the color for the LEDs follows the color of the wallpaper at that edge of the screen.

Can that be done? How?

I have 4 LED strips, the first goes from bottom to top on the right side, then two go across the top from right to left, and the last one goes from top to bottom of the left side. I can't find a way in iCUE to say how they are arranged, which I guess would be needed for this kind of control.
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Not an option buddy....
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Old 08-19-2019, 03:22 PM
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Thanks for the confirmation @Zotty.

For anyone else with the same problem I found the effect pretty much works after I rerouted the LED strips to go the other way around the back of the screen.
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