First thanks for the answer that came so fast.
Yea, I see now that I don't have to set the time for each led. (Thinking that was a bit dumb of me)
I know that to light one led up i have to put a 1. But is it the same for RGB leds? Because the led has to know what color to light up.
I found this, and thought that this was maybe the way to light the LED's in the correct collors.
And actually could you tell me how a RGB led actually works? I saw that the led has 3 leads I guess one for red, green and blue.
And to hook up more led's than pins you've got on the microcontroller you've got to use "tristate buffers and latches" I guess. but can you explain what they exactly do and how to hook them up to your IC?
When I was looking at the tins on different microcontrollers I've discovered that somethimes both have an PD1, PD2,PD3....PD5 and PB0 to PB7 pins. does that actually mean that the output of those pins are the same? (what does VVC mean because)
And for the microcontroller. I understand that you advice me to buy a pic microcontroller but wat is the actuall differance between a pic and a 8-bit?
Sorry for some stupid questions but I need to ask them to somebody