Gland to see some beta releases but

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Gland to see some beta releases but

Post by pjahaslam » Fri Feb 06, 2015 1:44 pm

I'm glad to see at long last some new beta releases of software to play with. I'll will have to go and blow the dust off my ML and try the lastest beta out to see how it's shaping up.

Is there any chance some of the basic problems from a earlier post of mine will be addressed?

1. cmd line channel 1 @ + 1 or - 1 enter to take a channel or group of channels up or down a point from it current level.
2. There is no copy from command for channel or cue.
3. If you have a fixture patched you can not call the intensity channel to a level from the command line eg. 901 @ 6 enter.
4. if you patch a colour scroller fixture in it will only allow the dmx address to be 2 consecutive numbers eg intensity dmx address 300 and colour dmx address 301, this just does not work in the real world as the intensity dmx address is often a house dmx address of say 25 and the scroller(colour) dmx address would be say 306.
5.Can't link cues for those times when you link a group of cues out.
6. There's no rem dim or flash button!

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Re: Gland to see some beta releases but

Post by philpp » Sat Feb 07, 2015 7:24 am

I agree on the evolution of this small console,
I would add to your demand the function THRU ON > 0 with the button SHIFT+ THRU
and for the REM DIM with the Button SHIFT + ON
I hope dear Bobby, that the person who develops software, will be able to make changes
if the processor of console the permits?
They will say of this console, it is small but has everything a great :lol:
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Re: Gland to see some beta releases but

Post by BobbyHarrell » Sat Feb 07, 2015 9:57 am

This is likely what we will see for a few weeks as Chinese New Year is upon us and the software engineers will be taking a holiday. However, I'll request and propose.
Bobby Harrell - Product Specialist
Philips Entertainment - Strand Lighting

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