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  1. So sorry to drag up this old topic...but... What happens if you change from FULL to Partial Mode halfway through programming?! How are the fixtures affected?! Thanks, Sam
  2. Hi All, I've read through countless release notes, the forums & tried to look for the Frog Ref No everywhere (5351) but I can't seem to work out/ find if "Move While Dark" has been implimented in any recent software or BETA release and if so how to use it! Could someone clarify? It would be a great feature! Many Thanks, Sam
  3. Hi DogCop, Yep, it is possible on the desk. Go... Super User (hold + and - and enter) ---> Desk Setup ---> Pan/ Tilt Options ---> Pan Reverse/ Tilt Reverse/ Pan and Tilt Swap... As a general rule I always prefer to do it on the desk because it gives you more flexability and helps the next poor guy who rigs all the fixtures, strikes them all, tests them and thinks ohhh duck! Sam Edit: Ohh, just realised; if you haven't been able to find it already then it's probably because you've got an old version of the software. Pan/ Tilt Inverting has only been available from Versi
  4. Hi Guys, Update: After work last night, the program is back up! To find it please go to http://www.samorme.co.uk and then to the Frog Training Program Pages or judt go directly to http://www.saodesign.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/frog.htm Thanks! Sam
  5. Hi everyone, Sorry I have not been posting & that the Training Programmes down!! I'm currently experiancing some problems with my webspace but I'm trying my hardest to sort them all out and I hope to have (a slightly improved version) of the Training Program back up by Saturday. All the best, Sam PS- I promise to make more of an effort with posting from now on java script:emoticon(':D')
  6. The advantage of the Frog in a school is that all the fixtures and channels have physical faders or fixture selection guttons which means you don't have to teach command line syntax etc. Sam
  7. Just as a few extra things, I missed a few points out in my original thread as I didn't read the original replies properly! Multiple Cue Stacks; Very useful, You can use one master cue stack to trigger off cues in other stacks etc. makes the desk very versitile. Ethernet: I know of several venues that are now having Ethernet tie lines being put in or already have them. A lot better than running 4 DMX cables; cheaper as well! USB: Memory stick, what a great idea! Way better than floppies; you can stor e more shows on there, keep it arround you neck, if you want to backup the files o
  8. If you want to do proper theatre with a stack then you are wasting your time on a pearl, it horrible for theatre stack, its like its just been quickly added on and not a proper feature in the desk! I had a good demo of the F2 at ABTT from Bryan and I am also a trained avolites Pearl Programmer however I would have to say I would prefer to use a F2. Its a new product, far more modern and up to date than the pearl! And don't forget the F2 is made my Zero88 and they do give awsome service! Just a few reasons why i think its better, Sam
  9. ditto, I know have a mac so it would be great, but i wouldn't hold your breath- it would be a big task! Sam
  10. Your best bet would be to give Zero88 a ring and speak to someone from technical support like Keith Rodgers. Their number is: 01633 838088. Sam
  11. OK, here is a basic set of instructions for how to program a chase. 1. Go to a blank memory (anyone which fade times are only displayed when highlighted) 2. Hold Down Memory Type button to the right of the central LCD screen. 3. Set up the first state in the chase as you want it, ensure that if you are including generic the A/ B Masters are up and the Grand Master is up no matter what. Once you have set it up tag the fixtures you want to include. 4. Hit the red PROGRAM button. 5. Set up the next state and continue... until you have done all the states you want in the chase
  12. If you use the google search option then you can use things like + and - and "" etc. to narrow down the search. Sam
  13. So when can we expect to see the brand new forum then? Sam
  14. Wow, cool feature, I must have missed that one when I read the manual (honestly I did, I even wrote my own!) Sam
  15. OK, Whats happening is that you guys are all in 'Full Mode'. Full Mode is where everything is recorded even if you haven't used the fixture. A good way to think about this mode is: What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG). If you set up a scene with say your blue par can at 100% but your red par can is at 0% and your scanner in the home position with dimmer at 0% it will save all of that info despite the scanner and red par not being used! Partial mode is where you can select what you want to save (obviously doesn't apply to generics because they work on a HTP basis). If you want to save
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