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  1. The only way I know of would be to factory reset the console and reload your custom fixtures - not an ideal way but it works Regards
  2. Hi You mention this build fixes a couple of bugs in 7.9.2. Will be uploaded into the Legacy folder? If not, what is stable build prior to 7.9.3 that is recommended? Regards Mike
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    ZerOS 7.9.3 Released

    Hiya Just to let you know that although the associated 7.9.3 apps install on an iPhone running 11.2, they cannot be installed on iPads which are running the latest apple 10.3.3 release Regards Mike
  4. Hi I knew in the older builds how to create a topset for dimmers and also how to software swap pan/tilt but where are these features in the 7.9.n builds on a Solution? Many thanks Mike
  5. Hi There is a setting that allows you to do this. Try Settings, System Settings then Page Holdover to Disabled Regards Mike
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    ZerOS 7.9.2 Released

    Hi Jon Am sending a couple of debug files from a Solution console to you via email. The first is from after a desk lock-up due to a power blip. The second is from a process problem during a programming session; I was viewing the Output screen on Desktop 4 Pressed Setup and changed Topset of a couple of channels Pressed Setup to return to normal view Pressed Delete Submaster 1 Console stopped responding to fader/key press/mouse Hope they are of use Regards Mike
  7. Hi The Install Creator should be built in to the executable in the zip file - Have a blank USB drive - Extract the executable from the zip file and run it from a PC (needs Windows 7 or earlier). This will format the USB as bootable and install the console upgrade on it - Plug USB drive in console - Power-up console and install the new OS When installed, future software upgrades will be simpler; - Unzip the new OS and put it in the root folder of a USB drive - Boot the console - Press Setup - Select Load file - Select the new OS executable file and the click Load Hope this helps Regards Mike
  8. JamesBH There are two ways to load the new OS - the method would depend on the current version of software on the console. The latest method for more recent console releases is the easiest; - Unzip the new OS and put it in the root folder of a USB drive - Boot the console - Press Setup - Select Load file - Select the new OS file and the click Load If you console is pre 7.9 then you may need to; - Have a blank USB drive - Extract and run the executable from a PC (needs Windows 7 or earlier) to format/install the USB as a bootable with installation on it - Plug USB drive in console - Power-up console and install the new OS Hope this helps Regards Mike
  9. A new release is available - I updated my devices last night
  10. I saw this a while back with some LED lights I had. It could be that in the first step, tagged values at 0 do not get recorded into the step. To check, Load 1 MFF and see what is tagged there. Set the lights that are on in the last step of the chase to 0 (and tagged if you are set to record individual colours). Then Update the step. It worked for me Mike
  11. Hi Simon It is a known bug which, I believe, is set to be fixed in a soon to be released console release Regards
  12. The DMX control from computer during console failure was where my understanding lacked. After speaking to Zero88, the DMX output from a computer would need either artnet or sacn interfaces. Artnet interfaces are available in 1, 2 or more universes. Mike
  13. Hi Sven My understanding is that the computer is connected to the same switch/hub as the console. The computer is put into "backup" mode then if the console fails the control of the show is taken over by the computer - no artnet required. I need to understand the definition of "console fail" as the backup computer would need to use the physical console universes? [see page 71 of the Solution User Manual] Jon et-al: Is there a way I can play to further understand this? Mike
  14. Hi I may be mis-reading the thread but it sounds like you have already defined Gobo 1, Gobo 2, etc so therefore each one already exists when you select "Insert". Try selecting each gobo from the table itself, change the image then select "Replace". When finished, save the file and import as normal. Hope that helps Mike
  15. Hi Steve I have had a play with my Solution and IOS 8.2 with ZerOS remote 2.0 on my iPad and can connect Ok. Following an upgrade it is worth checking that the network settings on the console haven't been returned to a default? Regards Mike
  16. Hi I also have SCS (Professional) and having looked at the SCS online comparisons it looks like you'd need SCS Professional Plus for DMX working - that said, sending of MIDI/RS232 from SCS is permitted in SCS Professional. The manual [ http://www.showcuesystems.com/scs11help/topics/prod-cc-dmx.htm ], also seems to read that the SCS software only works as DMX in; i.e. DMX sent from a console - " For DMX Control you need an Enttec 'DMX USB PRO'. (Note that the cheaper Enttec 'Open DMX USB' is not suitable as this only supports DMX Send, not DMX Receive.)" [ http://www.showcuesystems.com/scs11help/topics/scs-features.htm ] [ http://www.showcuesystems.com/scs11help/topics/prod-cc-dmx.htm ]. The last thing I found was "SCS also has the ability to activate cues from MIDI, RS232, DMX and Telnet input messages (provided you have the appropriate license level)" - note that DMX is striked out which reads that SCS is not able to send DMX Midi would seem an option but you would need the console upgrade kit fitted? I welcome any clarification on this Regards Mike
  17. Hi Like many of the better fixtures, the Robe Robin has different "modes", each utitilising a number of DMX channels. For example, Mode 1 may use one DMX channel for pan and one DMX channel for tilt and a single colour output of each LED colour whilst another mode will use two DMX channels for pan and two DMX channels for tilt which allows for more precise positioning and the ability to have two or three separate banks of LED colour. Mode 5 is normally the all-inclusive full function mode which will require the most DMX channels assigned. The latest fixture release (Release 28) has; Robin 300 LEDWash : Mode 1, Robin 300 LEDWash : Mode 2, Robin 300 LEDWash : Mode 3, Robin 300 LEDWash : Mode 4 and Robin 300 LEDWash : Mode 5 Which mode are your fixtures set to? Regards Mike
  18. Hiya Try the attached Regards Mike Panta V36 Zoom.ift
  19. Hiya Thank you for providing a link to the manual Please find attached file - left me know of any problems Regards Mike ADJ Inno Beam Z7.ift
  20. Hiya Please find attached - let me know of any problems Regards Mike Eurolite ML-56 QCL.ift
  21. Hi Try this link to a similar request for a Chauvet Wash 419z profile: http://zero88.com/forum/topic/6862-fixture-profile-required-for-the-chauvet-419z-led/ Regards Mike
  22. Hi Fixture file attached for Mode 1 and Mode 2 Regards Mike ADJ Inno Beam.ift
  23. Hiya Have you tried loading another fixture from file or is this specific behaviour to the fixture you have created? Are you Ok to attach a copy of your fixture file here? Mike
  24. Hiya The software info is displayed on boot-up but can also been seen when in super-user mode. Take a look at page 65 of the manual; http://zero88.com/support/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/51/58/frog-range-operating-manual-issue-6-en Regarding a custom fixture, you can create your own using the fixture editor but you may find a generic fixture already created for you in the latest fixture releases and don't forget that you can run LED battens, etc on channels set as dimmer too. Regards Mike
  25. Hi Jon Just tried this myself and the only way I can see the same as you describe is when I insert a final step with no levels recorded (i.e. blackout). If I set faders for the first step and press record, set the faders for the second step and press the memory location of the first step and press record, then change memory to a chase. Set and record the third step, and so on until the last step is programmed. Select "clear" and reset the faders. Select the memory and press "go" to activate it. If you want the memory available on a submaster select the shift key and press "copy" then select the submaster you want the chase on. If this hasn't helped, any chance you can save a show file and post here? Regards Mike
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