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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by nexx892, Mar 16, 2009.
you know the disco keyboard thing it doesnt work.
Are you using 2.4 or 2.0? 2.0 doesn't have an illuminated keyboard.
2.4 yeah its on soo im pretty sure it has one...
I used to have iSpazz keyboard installed on my MacBook Pro, running on Tiger. It worked perfectly back then, I believe it was a pearl application, and I'm not sure whether Leopard will behave the same (don't see why not, since it was just a bunch of terminal commands..).
Others who are better at programming might be able to help you.
Did you choose it from the visualizer?
i just did this video it WORKs. but remember this in the long run can mess up ur LEDs so i wouldnt use it. and also even when turned off and u are in itunes and press the spacebar, your led keyboard turns off... But its cool, i deleted it cause i dont want any problems, but its cool
Thats pretty sick! I didnt know something like that existed.
Do you think it's bad for the LED's in the keyboard to flash on and off like that all the time?? (AKA shorten life span)
yea i read on this one websites disclaimer that it can mess stuff up in the long run. but who really knows till it happens
As cool as it may be, I just dont know if I would want to take the risk.. I dont really have the best of luck when it comes to things like that. MY luck it would catch my MB on fire! haha
yea i know what you mean, thats why i after i tried it, i deleted it haha
It just seems like it cant be a good thing for the LED's to flash on and off like that. I mean the screen is LED also, I know I wouldnt want that flashing on and off constantly..
(I know iSpazz dosent do anything to your screen, Im just saying the screen is LED's just like the keyboard and I couldnt see it being a good thing for either of them to be flashed on/off constantly.)