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Percy_Lilou

playback AB completely mad...

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after having encoded memories, I tried yesterday to playback the Show via crossfaders AB... then in some memories, some circuits disappered :cry:

 

I've called the french distributor who said me it's an eprom prob... this will be fixed for me in the next weeks so i only post here to inform users...

 

Finally we have used the playback via Go button... not as good as the AB for the lightning director of the show but it has worked...

 

... it was a hard wednesday... but the show goes always on... :wink:

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the same... illusion 120 witch I upgraded in last september ...

 

everything works except the AB playback..

 

hoping my re-sealer will fix the eprom soon...

 

if you have tricks or hints ... we can exchange ;-)

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Please can you advise us on which version of the software you are running on the desk so we can investigate this problem further.

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We are working with Version 7.0.1

 

Actuall we are in contact with Frank Tiesing. He thinks that we have the wrong Version of the Software?!? But on the Internet was written (for all desks)? Anyhow he has our show and is trying to find the problem.

 

Do you have any idear?

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same version...

I have time next week to test anywhat you want with illusion 120 live... and report that to you...

 

i propose U to send me some thigns to process with the desk and I will report U what happens...

 

if U are interessted... Gill_DG@hotmail.com

 

(it's a cool week at my place of work.. it'll happen no very often ;-) )

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We have released version 7.5 of the software for the Illusion 120/240.

 

This should correct the problems with the A/B playback.

 

It can be downloaded from HERE.

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