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  1. I've created a scroller fixture that includes the details of the colours versus DMX addresses (mid/endpoint). This allows me to use the colour auto-palettes for the scroller. However I don't seem to be able to associate the scroller (as a separate fixture with it's own profile) with the associated dimmer channel for the lamp, so move-on-dark can be supported. Can I associate my scroller fixture with it's associated lamp/dimmer channel, or do I need to create a custom multi-part "Lamp + Scroller-with-colour-detail" fixture? Maybe there is a "better" way to be able to exploit the auto-palettes with a gel-based scroller on FLX? For completeness, my fixture definition is attached (Chroma-Q CQ1D). Thanks, Kevin ChromaQ_CQ1D.ift
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