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Solution Chase Help!

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Hi,

 

We have recently purchased a Solution for our school and I have been having some issues programming chases!

 

When I program any chases with generic lights in, when the chase reaches the last step the generic lanterns dim and then come back on once the chase begins again. Do I need to make the chase loop so that this does not happen or am I not doing/missing something else?!

 

Apologies if this doesn't make sense but I am quite desperate for some help!

 

Thanks,

 

Jon

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Hi Jon

 

Just tried this myself and the only way I can see the same as you describe is when I insert a final step with no levels recorded (i.e. blackout). If I set faders for the first step and press record, set the faders for the second step and press the memory location of the first step and press record, then change memory to a chase. Set and record the third step, and so on until the last step is programmed. Select "clear" and reset the faders. Select the memory and press "go" to activate it. If you want the memory available on a submaster select the shift key and press "copy" then select the submaster you want the chase on.

 

If this hasn't helped, any chance you can save a show file and post here?

 

Regards

 

Mike

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On 12/5/2014 at 6:45 PM, Jon Hole said:

I've emailed both of you regarding this

Hi,

Could you possibly forward me the same reply you sent regarding this issue?

Many thanks

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Hello,

As this is an old topic, the above is probably no longer applicable to the current version of Solution’s software, ZerOS 7.9.4.

ZerOS 7.9.4 is available to download here...

http://zero88.com/forum/files/file/17-zeros-794/

For advice on chases in this software, take a look at the video below...

Hope that helps, any queries let me know. 

Edward

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