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Keyboard Shortcuts for FLX S (using a USB Keyboard or ZerOS Monitor)

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Hello, is there a list of keyboard shortcuts for the FLX S consoles for when I'm using a USB keyboard in the console, or for ZerOS Monitor App on a remote PC or iPad?

I have worked out a few., eg selecting / adding / excluding channels. 

Are there commands for 

  1. Select "1 THRU 10"
  2. Selecting attributes
  3. Thru
  4. Record
  5. Update
  6. Delete
  7. etc.

There is a list on page 5 on the FLX Training Guide ( https://eaton.nanorep.co/storage/nr1/kb/2AD62C9/3879A76B/3AF13603/5/Zero 88 Training Session - FLX training notes.pdf ), but what about for the FLX S models?

 NB:- the "@" symbol on Australian keyboards is on the number 2, whereas in the FLX is expects it to be on 8.  So SHIFT+"8" gives me the "@".

Thanks in advance.

Matthew

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Hi Matthew,

A list of keyboard shortcuts compatible with a keyboard/ZerOS Remote Monitor connected to FLX S can be found here...

http://support.zero88.com/998481801

We are looking to extend this list in future.

The syntax page in the FLX training notes is also applicable for FLX S, with the exception of a few buttons FLX S doesn't have. This syntax guide is available here...

http://support.zero88.com/1011387501

(I have removed your duplicate post in "ZerOS Apps" so we can keep all information for the subject in one place)

Hope this helps,

Edward

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Thanks Edward,

Is there a command for clearing the whole command line? 

Pressing Backspace clears one field, but I'm finding I need to press this many times if there's a large command line built up.

 

Thanks in advance.

Matthew

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Hi Matthew,

No, there currently isn't a keyboard shortcut for CLEAR. Backspace allows you to step back through the command line to the previous comma.

All the best,

Edward

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Hi Edward,

Could this please be put in as a feature request?

Perhaps a "Shift + Backspace" clears the whole command line.

Thanks in advance.

Matthew

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Hi Matthew,

Thanks for your comment.

I will make a note of this. An extended list of keyboard shortcuts is definitely something we are looking to implement.

All the best,

Edward

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