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No problem, happy to help!
What svetljo said is completely true, you would check the LCD's size and change your code accordingly as I have highlighted briefly in the tutorial. If everything looks OK, you may need to just wait a while for your code to execute. I found that (especially on the Arduino 101) the LCD will display a bunch of blocks on the top row while the code is being uploaded to the Arduino. After a while, the code on the board will execute and the LCD will act normally again.
I'll assume you are referring to the brightness of the LCD backlight (which is a LED). The backlight's pin is connected to a PWM pin (labeled by the "bri" variable). So, simply analogWrite(bri, <some-value-between-0-and-255> ) to change the brightest of the backlight.
Hope this helps!
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