What is an Example code, and how do I use it?

In the course of browsing through our website or opening System Wide Changes, you may have found a reference to Example Codes. These are templates that are designed to give users a different "starting point" from which to begin programming your Lights. You can go back to our main page and start there to find examples that will best fit your industry, or click on the links below to be taken directly to each of those pages.






How to use an Example Code

Once you have an Example Code chosen, you will need to either type the code into System Wide Changes manually, or paste it in using your Copy/Paste function in Windows.

At any BlueNote client, open System Wide Changes by choosing Menu > Preferences > Advanced > System Wide Changes. Type in the word 'configure.'  The BlueNote Light Panels layout that you see below is the default configuration, which means that no customizations have been applied:

Click on the Examples tab, then enter the code in the space provided and choose "Get Example." You'll see a confirmation that the code entered was applied.

The Example differences will now be visible in the Light Panels tab.

From here you can make edits, delete Lights, or create additional Lights. Be sure to tab to BlueNotes, as well as all of the other options to see all of the features that exist in this Example. When you're finished with further editing your Example, click on the Publish tab and Save and Publish changes. You can find more about editing Lights, BlueNotes and details about System Wide Changes in the Related Articles below.