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  1. Hello, I attached a picture to illustrate how it look like on my mobile phone. The sliders' position is almost not visible. Martin
  2. I agree to that. When programming at the end of the cue stack, the display tends to cut your last cue. And you unintentionaly jump to the first cue causing strange eyes on your director's face.
  3. The cable between 6 and 7 is faulty... No, seriously. All the same DMX address or different?
  4. Hi RaffaABC, The Zero88 guys won't be able to help you with this description. They will need to have a description of how the DMX channels are located. And if you can find out the channel allocation, you should mail it to FixtureSupport@zero88.com. And maybe here, just for interest. Martin
  5. Hi Edward, I am using the Android app. I appreciate that the app is designed for dark environment. But there should be more contrast to see the sliders position. I can make a screenshot when I am next to the console again. Martin
  6. Hi together, I am trying to use the Z Remote app more and more. One problem I have is the visibility of the sliders in a dark environment. On my mobile phone, for example the sliders on the colors page are displayed in black, and the indication of where the slider value is, is almost invisible. It is also not very convenient to use the wheels on a small phone. I'd feel better if they also were sliders. But this can be a problem if you have many parameters on a slider to hit the right value. I think it would be more intuitive if you could tap with your finger on a wheel and left/right or up/down would change the value. Is it just my phone which has this bad visibility or is it a common issue with this app? Can I change the colors to some more convenient ones? Martin
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    Default Color

    Hi Kevin, your explanation is totally clear to me for Beamshape and Position palettes. But in the case of colors I also got mind-stuck that a palette represents one color, which is not true. Thanks for clarification and the confirmation that not only I suffered on this imagination. Martin
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    Default Color

    Thanks Edward, setting the default colour worked. I noticed that my different LED fixtures needed a little bit of different RGB settings to have the right colour. I tried to store them on the same colour palette, and in contradicton to my opinion, it seemed to work. So, is it possible to save different colour values to one single colour palette for each fixture? I didn't expect that. So for example, would it be possible to store a rainbow color scene over several fixtures to a single colour palette? Thanks, Martin
  9. Hi Jon, I installed the update today and played around a little bit. Fortunately we are still pre-production. Patched a bunch of Lamps, Dimmers, and LEDs. So far no complaints. Martin
  10. To avoid the "Surprise, Surprise" moment: Possibility to have submasters not recorded in other cues. No, the inhibit or park workaround is not practicable. Thanks, Martin
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    Default Color

    Hi everyone, I got a Cameo Pixbar 600 for testing. I adjusted the colors to match the color to the rest of our older halogen floods. Is it possible to save the actual color as a default value, so when I rise the fader, the lamps will light up in that color? Tried around with the home and default options, but no luck... Thanks, Martin P.S. Having this lamp, my interest in pixel mapping has rised a little.
  12. Hi Edward, is 7.9.6 really to be released this month? I am preparing for our new season and I am wondering if I should wait for the release or not? Installing Beta on my own risk or better relying on 7.9.5? At the moment I am still using 7.9.4. Regards, Martin
  13. Kevin, now you opened Pandora's box and have to live with the curse 🙂 Fortunately I haven't run in such kind of problems (yet), but this may be to come sooner or later. I would like to have a clear definition how some feature works or not. I think there should be ONE way to do programming a console, not defined by if you use touch or physical buttons. And I have to admit that I have not fully understood the KB article, but I have to be in front of a console to have a try. Martin
  14. martin-144

    My stupid questions

    Hi, very interesting questions indeed. Unfortunately I am not able to answer most of them, lets wait for the Zero88 guys. Regarding your question 7: There is "Blind Mode". You can access it by pressing Shift+Z Key. Then press and hold the go key of your desired playback and type the cue number while holding it. This takes you to the cue and you can edit without changes on stage. Use Update to save the changes. Press Z Key again to exit. Martin
  15. Hi Eric and Jon, does not every Ethernet switch nowadays have a auto-negotiation function and can detect if there is a cross or not cross cable connected? I work a lot in this topic and I think it does. So in my opinion it shouldn't matter which cable you use. Please correct me if I am wrong. Martin
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