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     TacoATX 
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    I am having issues with my back led matrix resolving properly.  It is acting like it doesn’t have the correct size or something… as far as I know I have it set up correctly.  The matrix is 90 leds across by 7 rows.  In my cabinet.xml files I have it set to a Height of 90 and a width of 7, with the number of LED’s for that dataline strip set to 630.  Is there anywhere else I need to define the dimensions of the matrix?  I also should mention that the playfield left and right leds and undercabinet leds work just fine.

    Attached is an image from AC/DC when it should be showing the “Fire” text (atleast from what I have gathered watching youtube videos of other peoples working setup) and I also attached the log file from this same game session.

    LED_Matrix

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    #117815
     randr 
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    No image attached :)

    BD2FD640-E0C8-491C-9B90-4BEB8BC8E3AB

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    #117818
     TacoATX 
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    doh, should be there now!

    #117819
     randr 
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    By looking I can only assume you have direction you wired matrix not set in config properly.

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    #117820
     outhere 
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    post your cabinet.xml

    #117821
     TacoATX 
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    Here is my cabinet.xml file.  My matrix starts at the bottom right, goes right to left then up a row left to right, and so on until it finishes in the upper left corner.  I have it set to RightLeftAlternateBottomUp, which I think is correct.  Also, just for more information, when I test it with the teensy app it behaves how it should, so I think the data and power are good.

    …for some reason it is not letting me attach it… here are the contents…

    <?xml version=”1.0″?>
    <Cabinet xmlns:xsi=”http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance” xmlns:xsd=”http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema”>
    <Name>Cowboys</Name>
    <OutputControllers>

    <TeensyStripController>
    <Name>LedStripController</Name>
    <NumberOfLedsStrip1>114</NumberOfLedsStrip1>
    <NumberOfLedsStrip2>114</NumberOfLedsStrip2>
    <NumberOfLedsStrip3>165</NumberOfLedsStrip3>
    <NumberOfLedsStrip4>0</NumberOfLedsStrip4>
    <NumberOfLedsStrip5>630</NumberOfLedsStrip5>
    <NumberOfLedsStrip6>165</NumberOfLedsStrip6>
    <NumberOfLedsStrip7>0</NumberOfLedsStrip7>
    <NumberOfLedsStrip8>0</NumberOfLedsStrip8>
    <ComPortName>COM6</ComPortName>
    </TeensyStripController>

    </OutputControllers>

    <Toys>

    <LedStrip>
    <Name>Undercab Right</Name>
    <Width>1</Width>
    <Height>114</Height>
    <LedStripArrangement>BottomUpLeftRight</LedStripArrangement>
    <ColorOrder>GRB</ColorOrder>
    <FirstLedNumber>1</FirstLedNumber>
    <FadingCurveName>Linear0To128</FadingCurveName>
    <OutputControllerName>LedStripController</OutputControllerName>
    </LedStrip>

    <LedStrip>
    <Name>Undercab Left</Name>
    <Width>1</Width>
    <Height>114</Height>
    <LedStripArrangement>BottomUpLeftRight</LedStripArrangement>
    <ColorOrder>GRB</ColorOrder>
    <FirstLedNumber>115</FirstLedNumber>
    <FadingCurveName>Linear0To128</FadingCurveName>
    <OutputControllerName>LedStripController</OutputControllerName>
    </LedStrip>

    <LedStrip>
    <Name>PF Right</Name>
    <Width>1</Width>
    <Height>165</Height>
    <LedStripArrangement>BottomUpLeftRight</LedStripArrangement>
    <ColorOrder>GRB</ColorOrder>
    <FirstLedNumber>229</FirstLedNumber>
    <FadingCurveName>Linear0To128</FadingCurveName>
    <OutputControllerName>LedStripController</OutputControllerName>
    </LedStrip>

    <LedStrip>
    <Name>PB MX</Name>
    <Width>7</Width>
    <Height>90</Height>
    <LedStripArrangement>RightLeftAlternateBottomUp</LedStripArrangement>
    <ColorOrder>GRB</ColorOrder>
    <FirstLedNumber>394</FirstLedNumber>
    <FadingCurveName>Linear0To128</FadingCurveName>
    <OutputControllerName>LedStripController</OutputControllerName>
    </LedStrip>

    <LedStrip>
    <Name>PF Left</Name>
    <Width>1</Width>
    <Height>165</Height>
    <LedStripArrangement>TopDownRightLeft</LedStripArrangement>
    <ColorOrder>GRB</ColorOrder>
    <FirstLedNumber>1024</FirstLedNumber>
    <FadingCurveName>Linear0To128</FadingCurveName>
    <OutputControllerName>LedStripController</OutputControllerName>
    </LedStrip>

    <LedWizEquivalent>

    <Name>LedWizEquivalent 30</Name>
    <Outputs>

    <LedWizEquivalentOutput>
    <OutputName>Undercab Right</OutputName>
    <LedWizEquivalentOutputNumber>1</LedWizEquivalentOutputNumber>
    </LedWizEquivalentOutput>

    <LedWizEquivalentOutput>
    <OutputName>Undercab Left</OutputName>
    <LedWizEquivalentOutputNumber>13</LedWizEquivalentOutputNumber>
    </LedWizEquivalentOutput>

    <LedWizEquivalentOutput>
    <OutputName>PF Right</OutputName>
    <LedWizEquivalentOutputNumber>7</LedWizEquivalentOutputNumber>
    </LedWizEquivalentOutput>

    <LedWizEquivalentOutput>
    <OutputName>PB MX</OutputName>
    <LedWizEquivalentOutputNumber>4</LedWizEquivalentOutputNumber>
    </LedWizEquivalentOutput>

    <LedWizEquivalentOutput>
    <OutputName>PF Left</OutputName>
    <LedWizEquivalentOutputNumber>10</LedWizEquivalentOutputNumber>
    </LedWizEquivalentOutput>

    </Outputs>
    <LedWizNumber>30</LedWizNumber>
    </LedWizEquivalent>

    </Toys>

    <AutoConfigEnabled>true</AutoConfigEnabled>

    </Cabinet>

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    #117826
     outhere 
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    <Width>7</Width>
    <Height>90</Height>

    Did you try this

    <Width>90</Width>
    <Height>7</Height>

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    #117832
     TacoATX 
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    That was it!! Can’t believe I didn’t catch that,  thank you!!

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