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  1. 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
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    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
  3. 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
  4. Hi, Appuyez sur Record, 2.5, Enter ou sur le bouton Go de votre pile de mémoires spécifique. Press Record, 2.5, Enter, or the Go button of your specific cue stack. Oh, je viens de voir qu'il est sur un FLX S, quelqu'un pourrait peut-être lui indiquer comment taper le numéro de repère. Je soupçonne la touche "Shift"? Oh I just see he's on a FLX S, maybe someone can point him in the direction how to type the cue number. I suspect the "Shift" Key? Very weird things are happening when inserting text from Google translator. Is it just me? Martin
  5. Hi folks, I have tried to reproduce this on Phantom. If I select a patched Sunstrip and try to apply an effect like described, my output window looks like in the attached picture. I can see there is something going on in the DMX output view. But you cannot see any effect applied in the channel view (here it is channel 51). Is this how it's intended to be? Martin
  6. Hi Eric, you can use Programmer Time to do this. I can not look at the moment how you access it, but it should be written in the manual. Something like press Z key and use encoder wheel to set the fade time. Martin
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    Time Display

    Thanks Edward for your advice. It worked. It was not a big problem at all, but I was confused why it displayed something different than usual. Seems I touched this part of the monitor without noticing it. (good vs. bad for touch monitors 🙂) Martin
  8. I don't have any fixtures at the moment which would require pixel mapping. So, honestly I don't have a need for it. And I think there are other things that need to be fixed first. Martin
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    Time Display

    Hi Edward, I will try this the next time I get to the console, which will be on Friday. But thanks for pointing me to this. I have not found anything similar in the manual. Thanks, Martin
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    Time Display

    Hi everyone, since yesterday my FLX console displays something different on the external Monitor, where the time used to be shown (lower middle of the screen). Now it displays "MIDI: <No Input>" or something similar, I don't remember exactly right now. Just to mention that I am not using MIDI in any way. Any Ideas? Regards, Martin
  11. Hi, slowly going to understand things: I added a new file in /etc/network/interfaces.d/wlan0-artnet with the following content: This creates a new wlan0 interface on wlan0 with the required IP address. Adjust to your own IP adress. Works for me at home. Lets see for my theatre setup tomorrow. Martin
  12. Hi, Today it seems a lot of Artnet Questions arise. Here is mine: I tried to control a Raspberry PI configured as a Media Server running OLA through Artnet without luck. The FLX is attached to an Access Point which delivers IP adresses in the Range 192.168.0.* to its wifi clients through DHCP (which includes the PI). The FLX is cabled to the AP and has a fixed address in the 192.168.0.* range. In the Manual I read that Artnet can only be delivered to IP addresses ranging in the 10.* or 2.* address range. Does that mean I have to configure the PI to additionally listen on and having configured an IP address on the 10.* range to receive Artnet? May this be correctly routed through the Access Point if not configured explicitly? Regards, Martin
  13. Hi Edward, I already expected something like this. But is there a maximum resolution the FLX does support? I don't think I can connect a 4K monitor or something like this. I think at some point it would be just down-scaled? Martin
  14. Thanks Edward, I am glad to hear that something like this is "on the road". The option using an UDK on latch and an inhibitive fader sounds also reasonable, but I think doesn't prevent recording house lights when they are supposed to be on, but not to be recorded. Another question, and totally unrelated to the others, which I mentioned already in another thread: What is the maximum supported screen resolution for the FLX? I am looking for a touch monitor to buy and don't want to "overshoot". Thanks for your help, Martin
  15. Hi, it's me again, to follow up today's premiere performance, all went quite well, but a common problem reappeared. Please add this an feature request: Make Submasters or Playbacks to be not recordable in the main cue stack. Somehow the 'Inhibitive' or 'Park' solution does not work out for me, unless maybe someone creates a macro which can do this. I tried, but somehow failed doing it... @Edward: Thanks for your instructions for removing fixtures from a cue. This worked out really well. Thanks, Martin
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