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Hello.

We're confused with some cues that aren't tracking MoD as we're expecting, but we can't find anything anywhere telling us what the colours mean.

Can someone point us at a document/guide that explains the colours and letters?  D? P? Red/Blue/Purple text? Grey background?

On the source page it shows "D" in black on a grey background, when it should actually be blank.

Peter & Rob.

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Thanks Edward.

Rob thought he'd seen that page before but we couldn't find it searching the forums - (I) didn't realise there was a KB section.

Peter

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Should point out, the Mac700's don't seem to MoD when intensity is 0 - you have to set Shutter to Closed to get them to MoD.

I presume that's a Mac700 fault/design, not an ZerOS bug?

Peter.

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It's possibly how the fixture is defined - in the Fixture Editor Beamshape->Detail there is an "Is Dark" checkbox and maybe this overrides Intensity=0?

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