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Setting for color scrollers change

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I have the Bullfrog console with several moving lights and 4 color scrollers. The color scrollers are patch in as Scroller+1.

 

I have had this problem a couple times in the past and I think I may have found out when it happens.

 

The problem is for any color settings I have for my scrollers in a MEMORY, PALLET or SUBMASTER - is seems they wont change to the value I had in the past anymore. I think it happens when I go in and patch in new fixtures.

 

Of course to correct it, I have to re-edit all my memories, pallets and submasters. It's just the colors for the scrollers and nothing else.

 

Anyone know whats up?

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Assinging new fixtures messes up the pallets in previous software versions, upgrade to version 9.8 and that should be solved.

 

I think you've programmed your mems / subs with pallet info too, is that right? If so that's of course the same problem, if not; then maybe you're not tagging your fixtures correctly in partial mode?

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software must be the problem. I will upgrade soon. They always work correctly until I go in and assign new fixtures.

 

thanks

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