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Jan Giezen

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For as far I was able to test now the 9.6 OS handles shows that where created by the 9.2 OS without any problems. Can anybody confirm this or can I expect problems with the scenes/sequences which use position palletes :?: :)

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You should have no problem loading a show on an old version of software to a newer version. Have just loaded a show created on version 3 to a version 9.6. :lol:

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I have recently started to use a Fat Frog desk with OS 9.

I have programmed a show on the desk and have found out that there is an upgrade to the OS.

Is it sensible to upgrade?

If so, which version should I upgrade to?

Will the show I have programmed still work on the new OS?

 

One final question!!

How can I jump to a specific memory without scrolling through them?

 

Many Thanks

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It's always good to update to the latest software version (10.8). Since Version 9 several useful features have been added to the operating system. (e.g. Partial recording down to individual parameter level, brightness tagging & tracking & of course lots of bugfixes).

The two latest software releases (10.4 & 10.8) can be downloaded here:

http://support.zero88.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=4334

Older shows will of course still work with the new software versions.

 

You can jump around in the memory stack with entering memory number on an external keyboard, followed by pressing enter (on the keyboard) or Go Button on the desk. A second press on enter or the go button will trigger the memory.

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