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Hi everybody,

10 cues in one playback, i'm in cue 5 and want to go back to cue 4 or another number of cue....

I've tried this but it doesn't work :

"Jumping to a cue (Go To cue)
Goto cue allows you to jump to a specific cue. Simply hold down the playback’s GO button, type the cue number to jump to, and then release the playback’s GO button."

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Hi Thierry,

This is for FLX series and ORB series only.

For Solution, when you run through cues the blue highlighted cell should remain on the cue number. If you press ENTER, the MFKs will allow you to type in a cue number. Press ENTER, and this will change the chosen Next cue. You can then press GO, to go to this cue.

Alternatively, in your example to go back a single cue, you can double press Pause.

Hope this helps,

Edward

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"It would be nice" to have the equivalent of the Strand GSX "LOAD x" function, so cue x is stacked ready to press GO. Currently with ZerOS, you have to "GO x" which means you have to be sitting there holding the GO button (having typed the new cue number) until the cue.

I realise (on FLX at least) you can step back the Next bar on screen, but this is not always convenient if the new cue is distant. Also I know you can type the cue number and ENTER, but I believe this also does the "GO".

Kevin

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Hi Kevin,

15 hours ago, kgallen said:

Also I know you can type the cue number and ENTER, but I believe this also does the "GO".

If you enter into a cue number in the cue number column, type a cue number and press ENTER, this moves the next cue to the chosen cue. This then allows the next GO button press to go into the chosen cue.

Go to cue enhancements are logged on our software tracking system as ZOS-7627.

Edward

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