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Old 07-28-2009, 01:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi - using Blackberry Alerts (BByMel) on my 8330. works great. but when I try to adjust the LED flashing in the "colors" menu (to save power), I get weird results (it ignores it when I try to lengthen the off period, and when I lengthen both the LED stays on solid). Has anyone else had better experiences with this?

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(i did turn off Repeating LED in the profile-><specific profile>->BBalerts window)
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Hi - using Blackberry Alerts (BByMel) on my 8330. works great. but when I try to adjust the LED flashing in the "colors" menu (to save power), I get weird results (it ignores it when I try to lengthen the off period, and when I lengthen both the LED stays on solid). Has anyone else had better experiences with this?

Thanks
/j

(i did turn off Repeating LED in the profile-><specific profile>->BBalerts window)
0.3 ON
1.0 OFF

Works well for me.
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yup - that works ok, but if I want a long off (like 2 or 3 seconds) it still looks like it does when it's set at 1 sec off. and actually what it does is
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON/OFF/ON
OFF

and repeats - weird
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