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Old 12-03-2018, 09:13 AM   #1
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The Christmas Lights are back

The lights are back but they don't appear to be 'poppable'.
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Old 12-03-2018, 12:44 PM   #3
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String of Christmas lights at the top of the page.
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The lights are back but they don't appear to be 'poppable'.
They display on the desktop version of the site only. The lights are not smashable as in past years due to a software conflict with tat little widget but you can try this out if you need a broken glass moment: https://www.kbcradio.eu/audio/demo/c...hts/?size=pico
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I swear they were twinkling just a few hours ago. Has the power bill been paid?
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They twinkle but in the past, you could break them with sound effects by dragging you mouse over them.

Release those Holiday frustrations.
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They are twinkling again.
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I swear they were twinkling just a few hours ago. Has the power bill been paid?
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They are twinkling again.

Faulty switch?


EDIT: They seem to work in a topic, but not on the main screen.
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No twinkling tonight
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They display on the desktop version of the site only. The lights are not smashable as in past years due to a software conflict with tat little widget but you can try this out if you need a broken glass moment: https://www.kbcradio.eu/audio/demo/c...hts/?size=pico
That explains it. I only check this site on my phone. Lap top is too slow these days to "surf" the Internet
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They are baack!!!
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I'm a new guy. They aren't twinkling for me. :-)
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We used to be able to break the bulbs by clicking on one but that went away years back.
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The breakable ones were so cool.
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I swear they were twinkling just a few hours ago. Has the power bill been paid?
Must be made by Jayco....and they are not covered by the warranty.
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For me, they twinkle on my iPhone using Safari as the browser and in "Jayco Owners" view (See the bottom of this web page for the view choices). On my Windows 10 PC using Firefox and also in "Jayco Owners" view, the Christmas lights are on solid.

With so many different combinations of browsers, views, devices and operating systems used in today's IT technology and then, adding in all the different settings these can be set to, it's virtually impossible to pinpoint the source of the problem.

Given the above, I believe the problem is being caused by a faulty magneto in the main solstice unit. However, it might resolve on its own, on or about December 21, 2019, but don't bet the mortgage on it.
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Twinkling for me on Chrome. But not breakable lol.
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Twinkling for me on Chrome. But not breakable lol.
I wonder if nambarc has anything to do with this light issue to dampen the holiday spirit?
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Twinkling on my Samsung tablet. Not poppable though
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