The Cube model is a 3D model that is used to model objects like Pixel/Peace Stakes, Boxes, or Grids. While the model is 3D, xLights renders the effects in 2D.
Determines the starting of the pixel string wiring.
Direction of the wiring and how it "snakes" though the nodes. Horizontal proceeds left and right based on the front perspective. Vertical will go up and down. Stacked will wire each layer then move to the next layer. See below for examples
Zig Zag - Wiring winds back and forth.
No Zig Zag - Wiring follows the direction and starts back at the beginning of the next line.
Alternate Pixel - Wiring 'jumps' over every other node to and winds back thought populating the 'jumped' nodes.
Layers All Start in Same Place
All the wiring for each layer will start in the same location.
Width of Cube
Height of Cube
Depth of Cube
Number of Physical Strings of Pixels or Lights
No Zig Zag
All the wiring for each layer will start in the same location. Bottom Left in the example above.