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:oops: After many years of planning and talking our company has hired a firm to come in and replace some of our 70's parcans and fixtures. They have put some great new lights up on the rig and it is quite impressive but on the desk, it's now all over the place.

I have had to learn the Fat Frog from the manual and over the last couple of months it's been my bible. What I need to know is... Is there a way I can just change the what light goes with what channel. This would be the best way for me or is it easier for me to get up on a tower and switch the wiring?

 

I've looked for setting up channels and not found alot that can help me so nice plain english and a cricket bat might help me understand :lol:

 

In my attempts to try and figure out how to change channels I have learnt how to program subs too 8) just couldn't add a step. It was a two step sequence and when I pressed insert I got a 3*. Couldn't go any further. Any ideas for my issues?

 

Thanks All

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Okay, to reassign the DMX patch for generic channels...

-Go into Super User (+, - and ENTER)

-Go to Desk Setup

-Go to Patch Functions

-Go to Manual Patch

-Press the flash button under the channel you wish to REMOVE the patch from

-Press Clear

-Now press the channel you wish to add the patch to, and use the + and - keys to set the appropriate DMX address.

-If you wish to patch more than one DMX address to a single channel, press the INSERT button.

 

I'm not sure I understand your scenario with programming submasters, can you try to explain again?

HTH

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