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    Random intensity effect

    Programming a chase can be a bit of a faff and you need a lot of steps to give the impression of random timing as well as levels, especially if more than one fixture is involved. A random flicker that can be applied/offset to multiple fixtures would be a very useful addition in a future software release. Even more so if you could choose which parameter to apply it to such as dimmer, c/m/y, pan/tilt, shutter etc
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    IOS Remote App

    The app on my phone is No Artnet is not being used - the only things on the LAN are the router/wap, the flx and a phone. It did go a bit awol when a colleague tried to connect the remote app from another iPad at the same time as I was experimenting with naming a cue from my phone. When I went up to the desk I found 2 blank screens and no response to button presses. A power cycle fixed that. No error log was generated
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    IOS Remote App

    I've just got back from the the theatre (Pump House - you'll know it Edward!) so I can't check the Zeros version right now but I'll try to remember to later One thing I did try was turning off Artnet, which seemed to fix it, as did setting to unicast. Eddie
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    IOS Remote App

    The Zeros Remote app has always been a bit flakey but has recently become so slow to connect to our FLX and sluggish if it ever does, as to become almost unuseable on my phone and iPad. Has anyone else had problems? Is this anything to do with the recent IOS update? I'm using and old TPlink ADSL router (not connected to the net), with the FLX set to fixed IP (using DHCP doesn't seem to help)
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    Smart tag

    Does anyone have a concise description of what smart tag actually does? I’m new to zeros and can’t find it in the manual. Is it simply that fixtures with zero intensity are not tagged and therefore not recorded?

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