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Getting printable output of fixtures/cues etc for documentation is not well (at all) supported unfortunately. Various enhancement requests have been filed over the years, but as yet nothing much in the products... FLX will happily gobble ASCII cues written out by e.g. ETC/Strand desks but doesn't honour that in the other direction (boot on the other foot and all that) [a little naughty/slightly immoral].

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Hi Nico,

Welcome to the Zero 88 Forum.

On 5/22/2021 at 2:32 PM, Bikearl said:

I was wondering if i can convert a .isf file to .pdf file?

Or in the best case, convert it to .Ascii or .Sho

Apologies for the delayed reply, I somehow missed your post.

It is not possible to export ZerOS show files to ASCII or PDF. You can export cue lists as CSV files. For clarity, show files saved in ZerOS 7.9.7 and earlier use the file extension .isf. In recent software versions show files will be saved in the .zos format.

13 minutes ago, kgallen said:

FLX will happily gobble ASCII cues written out by e.g. ETC/Strand desks but doesn't honour that in the other direction

Exporting as ASCII is definitely something we'd like to do. Currently there are features with much higher priority being worked on, so this is yet to be implemented.

If you have any questions let me know.

Edward

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