Alexander Penkin’s LED 4 updated to version 5

Written by Jeff Harrison
September 25, 2011
Hard to believe, but we’re now at version 5 of this macro… 🙂
Here’s more info. The video shows version 4 for the moment, but most things in 5 work the same as version 4.

A few updates from version 4 are:

• code has been optimized = faster results.
• New LED Editor allows you to create many custom sizes for different LED’s.
• It’s now possible to save the “Count” result as a CSV file.

Update policy:
Version 5 is a FREE Upgrade for all Version 4 users. Access the installer through your Order History. After installing, you must enter your version 4 key into it again. Always keep your keys, treat them like money! Also, you need to re-assign an icon to run it, as LED 5 doesn’t directly over-write version 4.

Version 5 is a Paid Upgrade for all Version 3 users.

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