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  1. Dear folks, Just an idea that would make my life working with the fat frog a lot better. When wanting to preview a memory, this now has to be done by pressing the 'preview' button while in the Memories window. If you want to see the differences however between the current and upcoming memories, one has to press 'outputs' remember the values, press memories and then 'preview'. Still 'preview' is essentially an outputs window... It would be nice to be able to press 'preview' (as a momentary switch?) whilst in the outputs window, and have the outputs for the next memory displayed on screen... Maybe even in a slightly different colour. So you can switch swiftly between current and upcoming outputs. grtz! Francois
  2. 8O :oops: My sincere apologies... Everything works just fine...
  3. Ok, just reinstalled the Phantom. Still the same 'problem'. What I do is: select a (number of) fixture(s) using one (or more) of the 12 fixture-select-buttons. Select brightness, colour, beamshape or position. Use the wheels to alter the values. In the meantime I look at the DMX outputs screen And see that nothing :cry: happens...
  4. they are indeed... But (again :wink:) not in the DMX outputs window (these are the real dmx-values sent to the fixtures (outputs-button and then '+' :wink: )
  5. That's the 9.2.1 And yes, it happens when scrolling wheels... how odd... but beware, it seems that the values in the regular (desk channel) output window for fixtures are ok. However, not in the DMX-outputs... grtz, F
  6. Dear folks, Using the Phantom as an off-season means of keeping up my FatFrog skills I seemed to notice the DMX outputs in the outputs-screen not responding to altered values of fixture parameters. Generics seem to work fine though. Could this be a bug :?: grtz! F
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