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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by lisa-norfolk, Mar 29, 2007.

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  1. lisa-norfolk

    lisa-norfolk WiiChat Member

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    I love the blue light on my wii but im wondering why they did not make the console so that it stays on all the time and not just when switching on and getting messages and update alerts !!! i want my wii light on all the time/ what does everyone else think????
     
  2. dude boy

    dude boy noob at heart

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    its allright if you love it so much then send yourself a message
     
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    but do not open it
     
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    yes, it works then, but I dont like to waste energy, so I dont much care for it...
     
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    LEDs use very little energy.
     
  6. yay another LED blue light question :rolleyes:

    ETA- i just wasted my 9-1-1 post on this crap??? search, please
     
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    Any way to mod it to make it different colors? O_O
     
  8. Darth_Zant

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    ofcourse there is, you just have to be willing to take the time to do it.
     
  9. blogman54

    blogman54 Wiifan54

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    for real this is the 2nd one in less than 2 weeks and if you search there are tons more please search specially on this topic
     
  10. cannon

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    I didnt read the first post but im guessing its on of those post's asking why the blue light doesnt stay on, and why it was staying on in all the nintendp press videos or something like that. My answer is USE THE SARCH BAR
     
  11. ilikecookies

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    email your self.

    everyone is saying use da search bar (but cannon didnt he put "sarch" ;) )

    anyway back to fourm agian... I like it too but the wii is in my room so when someone sends me an email (like when Nintendo does or people in differt time zone) it comes on at 2 a.m.to 4 a.m. so I don't it being on all the time.
     
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    ALright, when I send myself a message, my light wont show! WHat the hell? I did not open my message either.
     
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    Still...
     
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