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A Q: How to create a blank que on ORB XF

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I have ORB XF running with Zeros 7.9.1. How can I make a blank cue?

 

On a factory default OS there was a selection on the cue setup but i can't find it on 7.9.1.

 

thanks :)

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Hello,

 

The latest software release for OrbXF is ZerOS 7.9.2 and I recommend you upgrading. You can download the software along with update instructions from the link below...

http://zero88.com/support/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/587/

 

To record a cue in ZerOS 7.9.2 on Orb XF you setup your lighting state, press RECORD, and then press any select button of one of the 60 playback faders. This then records your lighting state to this fader.

 

To make an entirely blank cue don't select any fixtures or change any fixture parameters, and repeat the same process. A blank empty cue will be recorded.

 

Hope this helps

Edward

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In ZerOS 7.8.2.39, "Blank Cue" was the name given to "Cue 0" - a blank cue which couldn't be edited.

 

This isn't available in ZerOS 7.9.2 (it wasn't included within the overhaul of ZerOS on x86 consoles), but is will be returning to ZerOS in 7.9.3 - there won't be a setting for it, it'll always be available if you jump to it ("CUE 0 GO" or hold GO, type "0" and release GO) or if you scroll up from Cue 1.

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