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Top o the morn to ya,

On the output screen you can see 1 to 48 but you cant see whats patched to each fader, now i know you can bring up the dmx screen BUT what a mess.

Is there any way this can be made clearer? :?

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Hi,

The simplest way of seeing what each of the generic channels are patched to is to go to the Manual Patch section of Desk Setup in Super User.

The monitor screen will show you the DMX address(es) patched to each of the generic channels, and fixtures, if appropriate.

 

Cheers, k-nine.

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Ya I know, but if you could somehow see what was patched to fader 7,ie

ch. 1,34,56 would come up on the monitor somewhere, like on theatre desks,..

Cheers.

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Top o the morn to ya,

On the output screen you can see 1 to 48 but you cant see whats patched to each fader, now i know you can bring up the dmx screen BUT what a mess.

Is there any way this can be made clearer? :?

 

Frog Reference No 5410 - Method of displaying which DMX channel(s) each generic fader is patched to without having to go into Desk Setup in Super User - to be reviewed.

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