Does this mean proper upgrade/downgrade of tile firmware is now handled by the software install? In the past a downgrade sometimes presented "issues".
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- Sun Feb 03, 2008 11:30 pm
- Forum: Suggestions
- Topic: Other software on the console
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Are people really connecting Palette consoles to networks with Internet access? Our practice is to strongly recommend the lighting network be completely closed. With the open ports for http, telnet, ftp... for not just the console but the racks and nodes the idea of opening the network to non-lighti...
I'm not sitting with the softwat at the moment so the answer to this may be obvious. Are the "Marked" fixtures marked/colored/indicated in any way so we can easily identify them, especially in Blind?
This implies that Part Z is a "magic MIB" part, right? Complete with a magic look ahead feature. Meaning the data in Part Z is really magic data from the "On" cue, so it is, other than timing info, not edittable? Taine BTW: I imagine this will make the [Cue] 2 [Go] Euro style a bit more complicated?...
Robert, am I reading right that the [+] [Record] will record the most recent selection NOT the "Deltas"? Nifty shortcut, that doesn't quite sound like 500 Update. Maybe on the 500 - [Shift-Enter] [Update] ?
Alan, What you say is what we found - OLE to designer works as advertised. The problem with LEDs was with actual stations. My main question is how to you correlate which slider with which variable. It appears from the document that stations are patched by room NOT by station ID as previously suggest...
Bobby, Before I found this post, I did a bit of experimenting using the info in the full Palette manual on the Strand site. Our test were fine with a PC running designer connected by null modem cable to the PC running the OLE. When testing with stations, we found we had to "puck" the station firmwar...
I'm a big fan of the now working syntax: 1+3 @ 45 * + 5 @ 5 * This sets 1 + 3 + 5 @ 50. Very handy and it also works with -(minus). What I can't figure out is how the autocomplete feature really works. For example: 1 + 3 + 5 @ 34 * REL REL REL 1 At this point the command line shows me <1+3+5>1 This ...