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  1. Got it, thanks. I think we didn't try that, we just clicked on the cue stack's scroll bar and then tried the View button next.
  2. By just clicking at something in the cue stack? Pretty sure that was what we tried first but didn't work - have to check that again when I'm back at the console. Yep, fingers crossed!
  3. Exactly. Circling through the desktop layouts Cues, Fader, CBPE and Groups Colour is the workaround I meant, either by multiple presses of the View button or clicks with the mouse/ your finger (if external touchscreen monitor attached) on the layout buttons at the lower right of the screen.
  4. That's interesting, pcollins666. Never had it on 7.9.4, but it happens on every startup of the console since the upgrade to 7.9.5, which doesn't seem to be the case on your FLX. Does the bug appear/ disappear randomly for you?
  5. Thanks Edward, here's our show file, just in case. Traumschiff final.isf
  6. Thanks kgallen, I'll email the guys our showfile then.
  7. After boot up the up/down arrow keys are operating the output window’s scroll bar instead of selecting the master playback’s next/ previous cues. Switching to one of the other desktop layouts and then back to the Cues layout reenables the navigation through the cue list. After that, the arrow keys’ cue list navigation function remains intact, no matter how often desktop layouts are switched. This happens on our FLX with ZerOS 7.9.5 installed. Same behavior on PhantomZerOS 7.9.5 on a Windows 10 PC. Anyone else experience this? Did I miss some setting in the Setup or something? Feels like a bug. Not a huge deal, but a bit annoying, especially if you consider selecting a cue is usually the first thing one does after the console has booted.
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