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Does anyone know if there is a version of the Frog Offline Editor that is better then the one I've downloaded from www.zero88.com ?

 

Because I can't read any of the grapics that are near the buttons ...... :roll: :?:

 

regards , PFS

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The reason that the text below the buttons on the front panel display is 'fuzzy' is that the front panel picture was taken from the original bitmap of the front panel label itself and scaled down to fit on a monitor screen.

 

However, if you move the mouse pointer over a particular button or fader, the name of the button/fader appears underneath the front panel display in the grey bar :D

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Hi

 

Just downloaded the Frog Offline Editor to have a play with, and I've got a small suggestion if I may?

 

On the Avolites Pearl 2000/4 Editor, the buttons are zoomed when you roll over them so you can read them - would it at all be possible to zoom the buttons out on the Frog offline? Perhaps place them up in the top right corner, next to the Frog logo?

 

I know it tells you on the Status Bar, but it does mean keeping your eye on it as you use the editor!

 

Cheers

Stu

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Windows xp has a magnifying program in the accessability folder on the start menu mine is in start menu---programs---accessorys---accessability--magnifyer... it also helps if you use your computer on your tv

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Whilst you're looking at Phantom Frog, would it be possible to issue a release with the new software on it, when that becomes available? Some of us don't have day to day access to a console, so PF is our only way of trying out the cool new features 8O

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When the new Frog updates package is released, the Phantom Frog software will also be updated to match the new Frog Series software :)

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Ive downloaded Phantom Frog 9.2 to use it to get to know the Fat Frog as we will be purchasing the Fat Frog Soon. But i can't read any of the buttons as the text is so small do they have any manuals for it. I've figured out the Basics e.g Programming memorys etc. but how do you add fixtures etc.

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if you move your mouse over the buttons you will see its name in the left bottom corner of your screen in Internet Eplorer.

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The Phantom Frog provides a simulation of the front panels of each of the desks in the Frog series.

 

For details on all desk operations, please refer to the latest Frog Series Operating Manual.

 

To simulate holding down a button on the front panel - right click on the button with the mouse; right click again to release the button.

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We are in the market for a replacement desk for our Robe 1024. We are looking into the idea of a Mambo frog for this purpose.

 

Problem is that although I have downloaded the Phantom Frog software to test the features of the desk, I cannot read the button or slider names on both the simulater software OR the Manual. I Can't tell what buttons are what! :roll:

 

Would someone be so kind as to take a nice sized (EG 640x480) pic of their mambo frog from the top, thus I can print it up as a guide as to what buttons are what.

 

If your unable to post it on the forum, please email it to halo_djk@hotmail.com and I would be forever grateful :D

 

Thanks

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