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Hi

 

A couple of weeks ago I was running a show that I had rushed to get set up and I realised that I had 'Programed' into my memory stack rather too much Haze on one of the scenes (normaly operate this live as required) but I didn't know how to 'turn it off'. I presume this can be done could somebody please tell me how?

 

Cheers Alan

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If you are using one of the preset faders to control the haze, then you can use the Grab Mode (Frog Reference 5574) introduced from version 10.8 to take control of the channel and lower the level. See the release notes (DOWNLOAD HERE) for a full description of the operation.

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Easier, and also fixed for the next show:

 

switch to Memory View [Memory Button]

use up / down Buttons: Yellow Line is over Green Line

 

press [Edit Button]

 

press the Fog Generic Flash button

enter new Value via Keyboard

 

press [Edit Button] again

 

That`s it.

 

Or am I wrong ?

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Whenever I've tried doing that, the state currently 'on' has always blacked-out - not something you want during a show!

 

Chris

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Hi

 

I knew you could go into edit mode (which I have done after a show) to correct any problems, but I did fear the blackout 'scenario' if I tried it whilst the show was running!

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Press "Preview" Button, before pressing "Edit" button...you will get in "Blind Edit" mode, which means that current outputs are not affected by the editing process. :-)

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